This flavoursome, vitamin-packed pie is enriched with cheddar cheese.
To make a lattice pie crust, roll out dough 10 or 15cm wide and longer than the pie plate by 5cm. Cut into thin strips (10 or 12 will be enough). Starting at the edge of the plate, weave the strips over the pie, lifting up those made in one direction where necessary, to enable you to weave strips in the other direction. Neatly trim the ends.
Used different ingredients. We added potatoes to ours, and were a little bit concerned they wouldn't cook properly, but they were perfect. We didn't have any yellow onion, so used brown. - 18 May 2009
Something else. I made it into 4 smaller, single-serve pies, for ease. It meant I could make up the mixture, use half straight away for 2 pies, then freeze the rest of the mixture for the following week to make the other 2 pies. Great for when there's only 2 of us to cook for. Yes the mixture freezes/defrosts well. - 13 Jul 2010
This pie is fantastic! I was surprised at how creamy the sauce the vegetables were in became without the addition of cream, only flour (which is so much healthier). I'm not much of a fan of cauliflower, but in this dish it tasted great. - 18 May 2009