My adaptation of another of Huey's recipes. He describes a Bridie as "a South African pasty filled with spiced minced lamb... well, kind of..." Minced lamb is what Americans call "ground lamb". As I don't like my foods hot and spicy, when I make these I shall be omitting the sambel oelek (or any other chilli paste) and increasing the garlic. They looked so delicious that I'm really looking forward to making these. I'm also interested to learn from South Africans how well-known this dish is in South Africa and the degree to which this version has varied from the standard Bridie. If you are planning to make this recipe, please check the NOTE below the directions about a problem I had in posting one ingredient. For yield, I also tried to write, again unsuccessfully, "2 large or 4 small Bridies". Whether you consider this recipe appropriate to serving 2 or 4 will, of course, depend on the appetites of the eaters, and whether the Bridies are being served with other side dishes or on their own!