Tuna Pasties

Tuna Pasties created by ImPat

I'm not sure where I found this one but this is a great variation on a pastie, even hubby was impressed. Goes great with recipe #383104

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  • Melt butter & cook shallots for a few mins, add flour, curry powder & salt & stir over heat 2-3 minutes Add milk & stir until boiling & thickened.
  • Stir in lemon juice, chutney, tuna & parsley until well mixed. Remove from heat & allow to cool.
  • Cut 8 x 14cm circles in pastry. Place filling on each circle, moisten edges with water, lift edges above filling and pinch well to seal.
  • Place on greased baking trays and bake at 180.C for approx 25-30 mins until hot & lightly browned.
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"I'm not sure where I found this one but this is a great variation on a pastie, even hubby was impressed. Goes great with recipe #383104"

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  3. ImPat
    This was great and thoroughly enjoyed. I scaled it back to 4 pasties and I also used red salmon instead of tuna and a mango chutney. My pastry sheets must be a little small and I could only do 10cm circles and only used up half the mix so pulled another sheet of pastry out to defrost while the first cooked at 175C fan forced and took 25 minutes. With the second lot I made them even smaller and got 6 which finished off the mix but overfilled 2 and they burst open but actually looked quite good (like little boats). The second ones I egg washed and they turned out a nicer colour. I would even just make the filling and serve over rice, it is delicious. Thank you **Mandy**, made for Went to Market.
  4. ImPat
    This was great and thoroughly enjoyed. I scaled it back to 4 pasties and I also used red salmon instead of tuna and a mango chutney. My pastry sheets must be a little small and I could only do 10cm circles and only used up half the mix so pulled another sheet of pastry out to defrost while the first cooked at 175C fan forced and took 25 minutes. With the second lot I made them even smaller and got 6 which finished off the mix but overfilled 2 and they burst open but actually looked quite good (like little boats). The second ones I egg washed and they turned out a nicer colour. I would even just make the filling and serve over rice, it is delicious. Thank you **Mandy**, made for Went to Market.
  5. Mandy
    I'm not sure where I found this one but this is a great variation on a pastie, even hubby was impressed. Goes great with recipe #383104
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