Saturday, 28 July 2012

Cornish Pie

Ok this is my version of a Cornish pie, as off course there is no meat in it. But it's absolutely delicious.
I really like the pastry I use to make quiche and the other day I've done a bit more than needed so I have decided to try something new and create my own version of a traditional recipe. You have to try it!!!

1 cup of spread
230g flour
1 can of hearts of palm thinly sliced
1/2 onions chopped
10 cherry tomatoes cut in half
4 sticks of spring onions chopped
100ml single cream
1 vegetable cube
2 tbsp Parmezzano
Black pepper

1 - Using your hands mix the spread and the flour together until it form a smooth dough
2 - In a small pan fry the onions until tender and add the hearts of palm, spring onions, tomatoes, vegetable cubes and black pepper and mix for about 10 minutes
3 - Add the single cream and parmezzano and mix for 5 more minutes
4 - Using a greased papper divide the dough into 8 balls.
5 - You can use a roll to open and dough or your hands, whatever is easier.
6 - Place the hearts of palm in the midle and carefully close the pie. Use a fork to make sure that all the holes are sealed.
7 - Bake it for 35 minutes at 180c

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