Dad Steak & Ale Family Pie

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Our family pies are 8" across so they feed (you guessed it!) the family! Plenty for four people. With our classic recipe for Steak & Ale, featuring local beef marinated in strong Otter Ale stuffed into our buttery pastry. Lettering on top to celebrate Dad!

The Dad Family Size Pie contains:

Beef (29%), WHEAT flour (WHEAT flour, calcium carbonate, iron, niacin, thiamin), onions (10%), water, vegetable shortening (RSPO palm, rapeseed oil), carrots (5%), butter [MILK], Otter Ale [BARLEY], modified starch, beef bouillon, salt, glaze (water, rapeseed oil, sugar, cornflour, pea protein, starch), rapeseed oil, modified maize starch [WHEAT], vegetable bouillon, garlic, black pepper, thyme.

For Allergens including Wheat Gluten see ingredients in BOLD CAPITALS. Made in kitchens that may also handle mustard, sesame seed or nuts.

...and if you need to know the nutritional info. 😉
 Typical Values Per 100g Per Dad Pie
Energy 1170 KJ / 287 KCal 9360 KJ / 2296 KCal
Fat 17.1g 136.8g
of which saturates 7.8g 62.4g
Carbohydrate 24.6g 196.8g
of which sugars 1.2g 9.6g
Protein 7.8g 62.4g
Salt 1.04g 8.32g

These big 8" size pies are an ideal serving for 4 - but it really depends on how hungry you are! 😉

*Really not suitable for microwaves - the pastry will just go soggy - no one wants soggy bottoms!*

Ready to eat cold - but best heated in an oven for true pie pleasure!

Remove all packaging, but keep the pie in it's foil tray, and place in a preheated oven on a baking tray.

From Chilled: 180°/ Fan 160° / Gas mark 4 for 25-30 minutes.
From Frozen: 190°/ Fan 170° / Gas mark 5 for 45-55 minutes.

Allow it to rest for 3-4 minutes - and enjoy.

These are a guideline as ovens do tend to differ - Yours may have different settings, so please adjust accordingly.

Storage: Keep in a fridge below 5°

Suitable for home freezing (6 months), defrost in fridge, heat thoroughly and enjoy within 3 days as above.

DO NOT Refreeze once cooked


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