Beef and Onion Pie

Beef and Onion Pie created by K9 Owned

Jamie Oliver is one of my favorite chefs. This is definitely comfort food. It is also pretty inexpensive to make. *Due to reviews, I have reduced the amount of beef broth to 2 Cups. If you would still like a thicker sauce, be prepared to add a slurry of some of the liquid and a heaping T of flour (or cornstarch) well blended and add to a rolling boil - to make the liquid thicker. Also, a lot of people have commented that they would like this with a 2 crusts, top and bottom, so if you prefer, go ahead and use one of those crusts for the bottom and one for the top. Enjoy!

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1hr 30mins
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directions

  • Beef Filling:

  • Peel and roughly chop the onions, carrots and celery.
  • Remove the rosemary leaves from the stalks and finely chop.
  • Put a large pan over high heat and add about 2 T. olive oil, all the chopped veggies, rosemary and bay leaves. Stir every minute for about 10 minutes, or until the veggies are softened and lightly colored.
  • Stir in the ground beef and break up any large pieces.
  • Add the mustard, Marmite, Worcestershire sauce and 2 t. of flour.
  • Add the beef broth and bring to a boil.
  • Turn the heat down, put a lid on, and simmer for about an hour. Make sure you stir it every so often. If at the end of the cook time the mixture is too soupy you can either thicken it with a little Wondra or flour or simply use a slotted spoon to get the meat mixture out without any excess liquid.
  • Pie:

  • Remove the pastry from the refrigerator 10 minues before you need to roll it.
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Fill a large baking dish with the beef filling and let it cool. (OR if you prefer to have a 2 crust pie, then first layer the baking dish with 1 pie pastry before adding the beef filling.).
  • Dust a clean work surface and a rolling pin with some flour and lay the pie dough one on top of the other. Fold in half and roll the dough to 1/8-inch thick. Once it's large enough to cover the top of your serving dish, wind the pastry around your rolling pin and unroll it over the dish. Just patch up any rips or tears. Run a knife around the edge of the dish to trim off any extra dough. (OR don't put them together and use one for the bottom of your pie and the other for the top.).
  • Using a fork, press down all around the edge of the dough to crimp it closed.
  • Make a hole in the middle of the dough, using the tip of a knife.
  • Brush the top of the dough with the beaten egg (or milk).
  • Bake on the bottom rack of your preheated oven for about 40 minutes, or until the pastry is golden and crisp.
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"Jamie Oliver is one of my favorite chefs. This is definitely comfort food. It is also pretty inexpensive to make. *Due to reviews, I have reduced the amount of beef broth to 2 Cups. If you would still like a thicker sauce, be prepared to add a slurry of some of the liquid and a heaping T of flour (or cornstarch) well blended and add to a rolling boil - to make the liquid thicker. Also, a lot of people have commented that they would like this with a 2 crusts, top and bottom, so if you prefer, go ahead and use one of those crusts for the bottom and one for the top. Enjoy!"

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  1. Daisy F.
    Prepared as directed, with a double crust, and found it too salty. Maybe it was the stock (Better than Bouillon). Was definitely flavourful! Will try again soon using a low sodium stock.
  2. Sarah B.
    I made it as is, at first and there was very little flavor. I had to add a bunch of spices and such to make it palatable but the recipe as is isn't something I would recommend.
  3. Paul S.
    Making a double crust mince beef and onion pie now for my father in law, this is my first attempt at this recipe will let you know how it turns out
  4. Paul S.
    i only put mince beef and onion in with stock, garlic, herbs and a pinch of salt
  5. Sue Barr
    This recipe is a keeper! Fabulous taste! Just reduce the liquid as it's too much and makes a runny pie. I too did double crust. Highly, highly recommend!
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