This is the Scottish name for a steak pie, and I DO NOT mean those minuscule, tasteless things you buy in the supermarket.
This is the kind of steak pie that mothers, grandmothers and butchers used to make.
This steak pie is still traditionally served at the ‘ringing of the bells’ (midnight) on Hogmanay. In Scotland, we ‘see in the New Year’ with a full steak pie dinner.
Served with mashed potatoes and peas (or vegetables of your choice).
Note: Ashet Pie Dish is a deep enamelled pie dish used in traditional Scottish cooking. Modern pie dishes are excellent substitutes.
Good grief!!!! I'm a Scot and this is one strange way to make this pie. The temperature is way too high cooking time way too short it NEVER has kidney and always has onion you only coat the steak with seasoned flour not everything. Please look elswhere there are excellent recipes elsewhere. eg celtnet.org.uk kittensinthekitchen etc