Traditional Northern Irish Pasty

Serving and prep times are guesses as i have not made these yet. Source: KIETO'S DAILY RECIPE 3/10/04 The Irish version pasty (and this is particularly a Northern Irish delicacy) is round and flat, about 3/4 inch thick and consists of meat, potato and onion dipped in batter and fried. The English pasty, on the other hand, is a kind of meat and vegetable pie in a pastry crust. A "pasty supper" would include chips with the aforementioned pasty. We're going to do it the Irish way. Let's do it!

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  • Mix all of the above Irish Pasty ingredients and add:

  • 2 Tbls. chopped parsley.
  • 1 medium size onion [Diced and sauteed].
  • Form the pasty into approx 3-inch diameter patties.
  • Dip into your favourite fish batter and cover all over.
  • Deep fry in 375F oil and remove when a golden.
  • brown.
  • Serve with chips (French Fries) cooked in same.
  • oil. Woo hooooooo! :)).
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"Serving and prep times are guesses as i have not made these yet. Source: KIETO'S DAILY RECIPE 3/10/04 The Irish version pasty (and this is particularly a Northern Irish delicacy) is round and flat, about 3/4 inch thick and consists of meat, potato and onion dipped in batter and fried. The English pasty, on the other hand, is a kind of meat and vegetable pie in a pastry crust. A "pasty supper" would include chips with the aforementioned pasty. We're going to do it the Irish way. Let's do it!"

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  1. Too F.
    NO no no not Ground Beef, SAUSAGE MEAT ONLY!!!
  2. coresim2002
    I lived in Belfast most of my life, live in Canada now and this is very close to a real pastie which we cannot buy here. I pan fried in olive oil and used vegetarian substitute meat but still tasted great. I think more spices next time and more parsley would get it even closer.
  3. Jakemn26cm
    I made this in school in grade 12 using this recipe and got 98% on it, so thank you!
  4. Domenico M.
    This is not how you make Belfast Pasties. Where you got this from I don't know.
  5. Yellow Lab Lover
    Serving and prep times are guesses as i have not made these yet. Source: KIETO'S DAILY RECIPE 3/10/04 The Irish version pasty (and this is particularly a Northern Irish delicacy) is round and flat, about 3/4 inch thick and consists of meat, potato and onion dipped in batter and fried. The English pasty, on the other hand, is a kind of meat and vegetable pie in a pastry crust. A "pasty supper" would include chips with the aforementioned pasty. We're going to do it the Irish way. Let's do it!
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