Beef Puff Pastry

June 27, 2011





  1. Kim Bee says:

    Wow these look incredible. My brother loves meat pie so I think this would be a good one to make next time he comes over for dinner. This goes on the list of must makes. Thanks for posting this.

  2. purabi naha says:

    yummy…yummmy….yummmmmmy! I loved the savoury pastries!! Loved the presentation.

  3. Ann says:

    That looks delicious! My daughter & family just moved to London last Friday – I’ll be visiting in a year…for a month! I’ll be sure to look for the Cornwall pastries. In the mean time, I’m drooling over yours.

  4. Kimby says:

    Cornish pasties with puff pastry?! Now you’ve gone and done it, Meagan — WONDERFUL idea!

    P.S. I’m still enjoying your “brownie stack” photo from a couple of posts ago. So cute and creative!

  5. Erin says:

    I love meat pies and pocket type things in London – so yummy! Great recipe!

  6. kankana says:

    Puff pastry are such amazing bite .. i can never get enough of it !

  7. I just ate some empanadas-but they were not made with the lovely puff pastry you have used here. Wish I was there to try, thanks for sharing this tasty dish.

  8. This sounds delish! I love the combo of potato and beef in puff pastry.

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  10. Thank you for posting this, I’m going to have to try them. I spent some time in England and really miss Cornish Pasties. I recently did a post for a cabbage burger/beirock recipe, and one of my readers asked about using puff pastry rather than bread dough. I linked to this article. I think it would make for a delicious dish! Thanks again!

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