How to make it

  • Set the oven to 425 degrees F and allow to preheat. Sprinkle flour over a clean, flat surface. Sprinkle a bit of flour on your rolling pin to prevent sticking. With your pin, roll the crust dough until it stretches to a circle of 12 inches. Set to the side for later use.
  • Over low to medium heat, heat margarine in a saucepan until completely melted. When margarine is completely liquefied, blend in the cut onion and cubed potato. Allow this combination to cook until onions are soft, but not yet browned. Add ground black pepper, powdered garlic, and oregano to taste. Shake the flour over this mixture, stirring to avoid clumps. Now, add the beef broth, followed by the beef, carrot rounds, and peas. Allow mixture to come to a boil, and then migrate it to a 2-quart sized oven-friendly casserole dish. Crown this mixture with your pastry round, texture the edges, and slice steam-slits into the pastry crown.
  • Set casserole dish on a baking sheet, and place on center rack of oven. Allow to bake for 25 to 30 minutes (time may differ, based on altitude), or until crown is a golden brown. After 10 minutes of cooling, your tasty pasty will be thick and ready to serve!

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    " It was not good "
    WinsbergInAz ate it and said...
    I didn't care for this recipe. It was bland. The potatoes were over done and the carrots were under done. Meh, I would look for another recipe next time.
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  • kawa11desho 10 years ago
    BF's been begging me to make pasties since he came back from Michigan. Thanks for posting this one, they sound great.
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