Vegetarian Tenderstem® & Cornish Blue Cheese Pasty
10 minutes preparation
45 minutes cooking
Tenderstem® has teamed up with food blogger, The Hedge Combers (hedgecombers.com), to create this twist on a classic Cornish pasty. The perfect vegetarian recipe to pack for a summer picnic or rustle up at a leisurely pace on a quiet Sunday afternoon.
- 600g shortcrust pastry, rolled out to 3mm thick
- 200g Tenderstem®, stem & florets diced
- 3-4 new potatoes or other small waxy potatoes, cut into small slices
- 150g Cornish Blue cheese, diced
- ½ an onion, finely diced
- Salt and pepper
- 1 egg, beaten
- Preheat the oven to 220°C/425°F/gas mark 7
- Use a dinner plate as a guide to cut circles out of the pastry
- Lay half of the circle of pastry on a rolling pin, leaving you half of the pastry to load up with filling
- Add a third of the Tenderstem®, potatoes and onions, then top with a third of the Cornish Blue cheese
- Season generously with salt and pepper
- Wet the edge of the pastry and fold remaining half over the filling. Use your palm to gently press the pastry down – make sure there’s no air trapped inside the pasty before sticking the edges of the pastry together firmly
- Create the traditional pasty edging by twisting and overlaying the pastry, then pop onto a baking sheet
- Cover the entire pastry with the beaten egg mixture using a pastry brush to guarantee a golden brown bake
- Repeat with the remaining ingredients to make two more pasties
- Bake at 220°C for 10 minutes before reducing the heat to 180°C for 35 minutes
Recipe devised by The Hedge Combers blog (hedgecombers.com) for Tenderstem®.
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