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søndag den 25. august 2013

Meat Pie With Red And Yellow Peppers

So it was time for a pie here on the blog, and it was super delicious! and I added 100 g wholemeal flour (graham flour) to give the dough a little crunch, which certainly did make pie even better! But if it's not for you, you can always use 100g plain flour more instead of wholemeal flour.

The pie is for 4-6 people

100 g wheat flour
100g wholemeal flour (graham flour)
1 egg yolk
3/8 dl water (possibly a little more if the dough does not want to put together)

500g minced beef
100 g of piquant cheese (cream cheese with herbs, onion and red pepper)
120 g of grated cheese
1 cup of sour cream
3 eggs
1/4- ½ tsp chilli
2-3 tsp salt
½ tsp pepper
2-3 tsp oregano
3 cloves garlic
1 medium onion
2 peppers
1 bundle of spring onions

Cherry tomatoes for decorating the top

Mix flour, egg yolk and water together and knead well. Set the dough in the refrigerator while you prepare the filling for the pie. Finely chop the onion, garlic, bell pepper and spring onion. Fry the beef in a little oil. Take the meat up on a plate and remove as much juice as possible while you are taking it up. Fry the vegetables and get rid of as much juice as possible. Then add the meat to the pan again with vegetables and spice it all with chili, salt, pepper and oregano, season with any additional salt and chili.

Heat the oven to 175 C degrees hot air or 190-195 C degrees normal oven.

Get the pie dough from the refrigerator, butter a pie shape with some butter and roll out the dough and get it into the mold, let no dough go to waste, use it all. Butter out 100 grams of piquant cheese as best you can on the bottom. Pour the filling into, preferably with a spoon so you can get the last juice out. Mix the eggs, sour cream and grated cheese (I used Emmental and tore it), then pour the mixture over the filling and garnish the top with half cherry tomatoes.

In the oven for about 45 minutes

Bon appetite!

Also perfect for lunch and tastes great cold too!

2 kommentarer:

  1. Guten Apetite.....That is super...can i use lamb meat or chicken instead of the regular meat..?

    1. Sure, use whatever type of meat you like, the lamb sounds delicious!