ELIM MEAT PIE GF DF LOW

6 individual pies

Serve with choko chutney

Filling Ingredients

  • 500 minced meat
  • Allowed oil for cooking (canola, sunflower or rice bran)
  • 1 ½ cups prepared stock (pre-made elimination diet vegetable stock)
  • 1 small clove garlic, crushed
  • ½ leek, diced
  • 2 stalks celery, diced
  • ¼ cup chopped parsley
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 tablsp plain gluten free flour
  • ¼ cup water

Pastry

Readymade or make a pastry according to a recipe

  • This recipe uses 2 prepared pastries from CHOICES bread shop (no soy).
    • 500g gluten and dairy free Pie Pastry
    • 1 sheet of gluten and dairy free Puff Pastry

6 hole large muffin tray

Multibake paper and Nuttalex for greasing trays

Method

  • Preheat oven to 2000C.
  • Prepare muffin tray: Grease each muffin hole with Nuttalex & cut a rough circle of multibake paper to fit the bottom of each hole (this helps turn the pies out)
  • Add oil, mince, garlic, celery, parsley & leek to a pan on the stove and cook the mince until browned
  • Add the stock and simmer the mince until the liquid is almost gone
  • Salt to taste
  • Combine the GF flour with the water and stir this through the mince mixture to thicken
  • Remove the mixture from the stove and cool slightly

Assembling the pies

  • Sprinkle extra plain GF flour over a clean bench & knead the Choices 500g GF Pie Pastry for a few minutes
  • Roll out to about 3mm thick with a rolling pin & cut out 15cm diameter circles
  • Ease the pastry into the muffin holes and press it to the base and flatten it to the sides. Cut excess off at the top with a knife. Leave a flat edge on top to join the top puff pasty
  • Repeat kneading, rolling and cutting until the 6 cases are lined
  • Spoon meat mixture evenly among the pies, bring the mixture to just below the top edge of the pie
  • Take one sheet of the Choices GF Puff Pastry and cut out 6 circles the same size as the top of your muffin holes
  • Brush the top edge of the pie pastry with a little water and place the puff pastry on the top. Use a fork to gently press the 2 pastries together
  • With a knife make a small slit in the top of the pie before cooking
  • Cook for 10 minutes at 2000C in a normal oven, then fan force the oven for the final 15 minutes of cooking
  • Let pies sit 10 minutes before turning them out.

Serve them with a suitable chutney

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