Heh heh heh, am I the only one that thinks that sounds dirty/funny? Anyway....A good friend of mine is a serious whiz in the kitch. I had the opportunity to go for dinner at her house probably 7 (wow) years ago during our Buffalo Exchange days and I can still remember what she cooked. Is that weird?
Emily posted a recipe for Cornish Pasties on her Chasing The Dish Blog a couple of weeks ago and I really wanted to try it out. So without further ado, here we go.
I should let you know, that Emily of course made her dough from scratch. I, on the other hand, bought puff pastry squares for lack of time (I'm so ashamed). So here's my version of this recipe:
You will need:
2 large potatoes - use 1 if you can find a 2 small turnips to use in this recipe..unfortunately my market didnt' have any so I substituted with an extra potato
1 large rutabaga
1 egg- beaten
1 large yellow onion
2 tbsp flour
Salt & pepper to taste
2 tbspn vegetable oil
A pack of 12 5" x 5" puff pastry sheets. Get the dough recipe here.
Heat veg oil in large deep skillet. Cut steak into small, 1/2" pieces and LIGHTLY brown in pan.
Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper. Use a slotted spoon to get filling into pastry dough.