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 Post subject: Homemade Pasties (With Recipe)
PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 12:56 pm 
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I just love making my own pasties and thought i cheer it with you guys :), i always make them in patches and put in the freezer, so easy to take out and reheat and enjoy.

This time i used, ground beef stir,Fresh Onion,Fresh Garlic,Fresh Tomatos, Cruched Tomatos, Green Olives,Feta Cheese,Paprika,Boild Eggs,Powerful Naga Mustard and Fresh Oregano.


Sorry for bad pics i took with my phone.

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i translate the recipe for you guys if you wanna try it. i rly recomend this dough, the filling is up to your imagination/limits :)

Recipe for pastie dough.

10 big pieces / (1kg minced meat)
Oven 225 degrees for 13-15min in the middle. greaseproof paper on the plate

ingredients
50g yeast
500g Milk 3% fat
420g flour
300g wholemeal flour special
50g butter (room tempature)
15g sugar
15g seasalt
2 eggs for brushing the pasties

even out the yeast with the milk (arund 37 degree on the milk)
put in the rest of the ingredients, work the dough til its even
let it rest with a cover in room temparure for 20 mins then put the dough in the refrigerator and leave it there for 30min.
take out the dough and make 10 even pieces, roll them out into round pieces about 5mm thick.
take the filling and put it in the center, brush half corner of the dough with egg and fold over the dough, dubble fold a sealing or use a fork to close the pastie. (i dubble fold)
brush the pastie with egg and use some cheese like garnish on the top.



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 Post subject: Re: Homemade Pasties (With Recipe)
PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 2:10 pm 
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MR.M <> Looks awesome!

Couple things for those reading the recipe. The Naga Mustard sauce is a hot Habanero Sauce, and upon Mr.M's confirmation, the 225 degree quote is in Celsius. On this side of the pond, it's 425F. :mrgreen:



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 Post subject: Re: Homemade Pasties (With Recipe)
PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 2:35 pm 
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Thanks Melampus, i think its Naga Jolokia not habanero. but yes very very hot. :) but i only use about 2 teaspoons of it in 1kg.



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It has both chiles in it; ghost & habanero.

That is scary. :shock:



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hehe that one is mild compared to this one... i think this bottle will last for 10 years atleast :P

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750,000 scoville... :lol:

"use at your own risk" That's an understatement!



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Mr.Magnus wrote:hehe that one is mild compared to this one... i think this bottle will last for 10 years atleast :P

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....hehehe.....send it to me.........2 weeks at most......


Just love freshening up the palate.....

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if you finnish it that fast your gonna have a baboons ass :)
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I bought that same bottle for a friend of mine 2 christmases ago, he still has about 95% of it left :lol:

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Be on the lookout for the HP22B pepper, the Carolina Reaper. 1.5 million Scoville; it seems they just keep getting hotter...



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