Yorkshire Beef Pie

"Especially for Yorkshire pudding lovers!"
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  • In a large skillet, cook beef and onion until beef is browned; drain.
  • Add vegetables and 1/4 cup gravy.
  • Stir water and Worcestershire sauce into remaining gravy; set aside.
  • In a 10-inch pie plate, place butter and put into a 425°F oven.
  • In a small bowl combine milk and eggs, add flour salt and pepper; beat until smooth.
  • When butter is melted remove from the oven add the egg mixture into the hot dish.
  • Spoon meat mixture evenly over bottom, keeping 1 inch from the edge.
  • Return to oven and bake for 25-30 minutes or until browned and puffed.
  • Heat gravy and pass with the pie.

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  1. Had this for lunch with a lovely green salad, it was enjoyed by all. I made the yorkshire (eggs etc.) and put it in the fridge to get very cold while I saute'd the meat, added chopped onions, 1 can of peas & carrots and a small tin of sliced water chestnuts I slide the meat mixture into an oven proof dish and got it very hot in the oven then I poured the egg mixture over the meat and baked it in a 400f oven for 30 minutes. It came out all puffed and golden. Excellent thanks kitina I just want to add do not use a pyrex baking dish if you are adding the refrigerated Yorkshire eggmix to the hot hamburger mix, there is a good chance that the dish will crack.Use a metal pie plate or whatever that can take sudden hot with cold
  2. Ive been making this exact recipe since the early 1980s! It was a runner-up in a magazine recipe contest from either Good Houekeeping or BH&G. Love the slight tang that the worcestershire sauce adds to the gravy. I always use a small, drained can of french-cut green beans as the only vegetable & make sure to use plenty of diced or very thinly sliced onion in the beef.
  3. This was a very good and simple recipe. I really love the meat pie, my kids too!! But none of us really cared for the sauce mix to top with after, I think it was to strong of the worcestershire taste for us. I used mushroom gravy and did as suggested and added a bit of ketchup to it too(for the meat mixture). I also put carrots and corn. The pie itself was delicious, I will make again! I give a 5 star b/c we loved the pie itself so much.
  4. This is a fabulous recipe! My whole family enojoyed the tase and texture. We used a bag of frozen mixed veggies the 2nd time we made it and found it a bit more exciting than the corn we used the first time around. I can't wait to make it for company. Thanks for posting it!!!
  5. This is really tasty and puffed up perfectly. I added slightly more gravy to to the meat mix as well as Jan's suggested tomatoe sauce (ketchup). Used peas and corn as the veggies. Definite make again and next time will try with mushrooms.


  1. If it's a Yorkshire related recipe it ought not to have the devilish condiment of Worcestershire Sauce but Yorkshire's very own Henderson's relish...much nicer. You can get it from http://hendersonsrelish.com/



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