Written by: Athene Fenn
09/09/2011 11:10 AM
Just because you are on a road trip you do not have to compromise on home cooking, and you cannot beat a homemade pie. It is very simple to make pastry, and you can put so many different fillings in to make mouth watering pies.
Here are some ideas for different pies and of course not forgetting your old favorites.
Egg and Bacon Pie
Here is a pie that you can serve hot at any time of the day it is also good served cold with salad at lunchtime or for a picnic.
Serves 4-6Preparation time: 40 mins
Steak Pasty Pie
Serves 6Preparation time: 30 mins
For this you do not need a pie dish it is cooked flat on a baking tray.
Chicken and Sausage Meat Pie
Serves 8Preparation time: 40 mins
This is also good eaten cold for a picnic or sharing on the campsite.
Flaky Fish and Corn Parcels
Each parcel will serve 2Preparation time: 20 mins
Now for a fruit pie, this recipe can be made with many fruits plums gooseberries rhubarb or apples. Or, you can really cheat by using tinned pie fillings and ready made pastry.
Serves 4 to 6Preparation time: 20 mins
Serves 4Preparation time: 20 minutes
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