Steak And Kidney Pie (pasions) Recipe

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Ingredients & Directions

1 lg Onion
750 g Braising steak
1 Heaped tbsp plain flour
1 c Beer; (300ml)
1 Sprig thyme; (or 1/2 tsp
; thyme)
2 Bay leaves
3 Juniper berries; crushed (3
-to 4)
3 Dried mushrooms; quartered
-(3 to 4)
150 g Lamb kidneys; (optional),
; and diced
3 Pieces rolled; rich puff
; (bought ready made)
500 ml Chicken stock
2 tb Peanut or canola oil
Salt and pepper to taste
1 Egg; gently beaten, for
; glaze

Cut onion in quarters then eighths and sautee in a pan with oil until

Dice the steak, discard any fat, then stir in with the onion over a good
heat. Sprinkle over plain flour, then mix in.

Add the beer, stock, bay leaves, thyme and crushed juniper berries. Allow
to reduce by a third over medium heat.

Add the mushrooms and the pieces of kidney and allow mixture to simmer
until meat is tender (around an hour and a half).

Once cooked, season to taste and allow to stand over very low heat.

Cut large pieces of ready made puff pastry into four. Sandwich one piece on
top of another and repeat until you have six doubled-up pieces. Place on a
non-stick baking tray (or non-stick paper on baking tray).

Brush with beaten egg and cook for about 10 minutes at 190c, until puffy
and golden brown.

Cut open the pie crust, and fill with mixture.

Serve with mashed potatoes and peas.

6 servings

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