Originating from the Cornish area of the UK, pasties are a pastry with a meat and vegetable combination. Recipes vary based on availability and taste.
This version of a traditional English pasty is perfect for a picnic or packed lunch, or with a simple salad.
Recipe by: Zoë Harpham
This is a quick and simple recipe - great for using up bolognaise leftovers and they freeze and reheat really well! Allow one sheet of pastry for 4 mini-pasties.
Recipe by: kiwimel
These are great to take to any game and you can make them smaller if you like. Baked in the morning they stay warm until you get hungry. Also perfect for a quick snack at anytime and a great way to use leftover chicken.
Recipe by: ayelbee
By adding stock cubes and onion to the beef mince and potatoes, you get very flavourful pasties. With home made pastry mixed vegetables, these pasties are yum.
Recipe by: jamjam
Versatile recipes are a boon. These little pasties are ideal for the lunchbox and for a main course served with salad. It's a good idea to freeze a few. They can quickly be thawed and reheated.
Recipe by: Lynn Lewis and Joachim Wahnschaffe