Recipe Submitted By: bakingmad
True Cornish pasties are made with chuck steak, potato and swede. Swede is an orange root vegetable, not to be confused with the white turnip) We have made proper pasty pastry which uses strong flour to make them crisp and robust, but you can of course use ready made shortcrust for speed. Traditionally the pasties are folded onto their side and the pastry crimped and rolled to make a thick ‘handle’ for Cornish Tin miners to hold when eating their lunch.
|Preparation Time||40 minutes|
|Baking Time||1 hour|
|Portions||makes 8 pasties|
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