The is the traditional meat and vegetable pasty from Cornwall. They make a fantastic lunch or snack.
This recipe might be fine for any ol' pasty but I'm sorry, there are no carrots in a genuine Cornish Pasty: Skirt Steak, potato, onion and swede; but NO carrot! Believe me, I'm Cornish. Refer below and happy eating. http://www.cornishpastyassociation.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/cornish-pasty-recipe.pdf - 25 Apr 2016
I live in the US and was looking for a recipe from home. These turned out awesome. - 14 Sep 2014
I have just one problem with the recipee, it contains carrots, that's a no-no. If you can change the 2 small carrots to 1 small turnip, this is the traditional ingredient. Carrots were added by non Cornish types. The very first pasties eaten by the tin miners of Cornwall were made as a meal in one and would have the meaty mix at one end and a sweet mix at the other. The pastie was created with a ridge of pastry down it's middle because tin mining was a dangerous and poisonous trade and the miner would hold the pastie by it's ridge which he would then throw away so as not to poison himself. - 13 Apr 2007 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)