Thursday, 15 March 2012

Recipe - Sausage, Bacon and Leek Pie

Sausage, Bacon and Leek Pie

Serves: 2-4

Time: 15min prep, 25min cook


This is one of Jons favourite meals, so I cook it quite often. It pretty easy to do and not too pricy. You can try different sausages for a different taste, plus adding mushrooms works too. I think it would be a hit with kids as well.

Ingredients

6 sausages

4 rashers bacon, fat trimmed off (I use smoked but its up to you)

2 large leeks

150ml Double cream

2 Veg Stock cubes made up to around 350-389mls

1 pack Jus Roll short crust ready rolled pasty (you could make your own, but its just time consuming!)

Worcestershire sauce

Rosemary

Milk

Salt and pepper (to taste)


1. Pre heat oven to the temperature required on pastry pack.


2. Brown the sausages and bacon. Then allow to cool before cutting into slices and small pieces.


3. Slice the leeks and place in a casserole dish (I use a large rectangular dish as it is easier to fit the pasty over) add the sliced sausage and chopped bacon.


4. Mix together the cream, stock, a few dashes of Worcestershire sauce and a good sprinkling of rosemary (plus salt and pepper to taste if you like, but I don’t use any) Then pour over the sausage, bacon and leeks and mix well.


5. Roll out the pastry and trim to fit casserole, and then gently lay over the top. I use the excess to cut shapes for the top, as you can see in the picture I used hearts this time.


6. Brush with some milk and place in the oven for the time required on pasty box. Mine is usually about 25mins


7. Serve with mashed potatoes and your choice of veg!


Let me know what you think if you try this out!


Daisymay X

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11 comments:

  1. Very nice blog!

    Titti

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  2. Ooh looks tasty!!
    Too bad I'm such picky eater that I wouldn't even think of eating it, haha...I'm trying to get better at eating new things though
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  3. Yum - it sounds and looks lovely! My husband would definitely munch on this happily!

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    Chic 'n Cheap Living

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  4. yum! and i adore the heart shaped decor on top :)

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  5. sounds easy enuff to make. I'm sure my kids would love it too. The heart shape pastry design is so cute. Thanks for sharing this Daisy!

    mongs
    mythriftycloset.blogspot.com

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  6. Oh my gosh yum. I love the little hearts on the top!!

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  7. Yum! This looks awesome and I like all of the ingredients! Do you know what? I am a big leek fan, so I always have some in my fridge. Every time I go to Walmart and buy some, the cashier looks at the leek for a few seconds and then asks, "What is this?". Americans ... Hehe :p.

    And you've made me laugh with your comments, hahaha! :p Thanks a lot for the definition of ombre ;)!

    Have an excellent weekend! ;D

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  10. It looks amazing and the heart-shaped crust is lovely dear :)

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