Healthy Steak and Guinness Pie

"Trust me, they will never know, true! that this is healthy and delicious too! makes it seem like have slaved away, taste will definately make your family's day!"
 
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Ready In:
2hrs 30mins
Ingredients:
13
Serves:
6-8
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ingredients

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directions

  • HEAT oil in frying pan and cook chopped carrot,diced onion, sliced mushroom, sliced celery, sage until soft;.
  • Transfer to casserole dish.
  • Cut beef into 1 - 2 inch pieces.
  • COAT beef in flour and add to fry pan; add extra oil if needed; BROWN.
  • ADD to casserole dish.
  • COMBINE beef stock and guinness; add to casserole dish; salt and pepper to taste.
  • Cover and bake for 2 hours on 150 degrees; stir occasionally.
  • TRANSFER cooked meat and vegetables to either 1 pie dish or individual ramekin dishes; TOP with puff pastry; brush with egg wash or milk.
  • Piece puff pastry with fork and cook for approximately 25 minutes until golden.
  • Enjoy!

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Reviews

  1. KanadianKook
    We love this recipe! We have made it several times and love it more each time.<br/>We skip the sage and add Mrs Dash, not sage lovers. Man it is yummy!
     
  2. ShortieNJ
    yummm. made this for a potluck, and everyone enjoyed. I did use a small pie crust for the top instead of phyllo, and baked at 350 for 1 hour instead of the lower temp for longer (since I ran out of time) but, turned out wonderful. On the keeper list. Thanks
     
  3. ChefRedCello
    I made this last night with sour cream potatoes, and I will definitely make it again!! We have had this dish at an Irish pub, and the flavor was identical. I do not like to drink Guinness, but it is worth buying to use in recipes. Try this, you won't be disappointed!!
     
  4. Peter J
    This was delicious! One thing to be careful of is that I think you'd need the 1/2 cup of flour to thicken it enough, so after I dusted the beef I blended the left-over flour with the stock and it came out a perfect consistency.
     
  5. Chef WSMommy
    Have tried this before and my husband went nuts over it! It is one of our favorites for stay at home date night. An absolute must try. Not difficult to make at all.
     
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