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    cheese onion potato pasty

    Following on from Lynnes lovely corned beef pasty. I made a cheese, onion and potato one which would be free if using the pitta as a HEXB and the cheese as a HEXA on green/EE lovely hot or cold

    1 Asda or co-op wholemeal pitta bread (HEXB)
    1 HEXA grated cheese
    1 medium potato diced
    1/2 knorr stock pot (vegetable)
    1/2 onion diced
    1 beaten egg

    I microwaved the diced onion, and potato in the knorr stock pot with a little water until cooked. mashed it with a fork added the grated cheese

    toast the pitta for one min as it then splits easily

    stuff the pitta with the mixture

    close pitta back up

    brush the top with beaten egg and bake in the oven on around 200 for 15-20 mins until golden brown

    It was delicious hot or cold

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    that sounds gorgeous.. never thought about putting a pitta in the oven to bake.. great idea.. will have a go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by charleybabes View Post
    that sounds gorgeous.. never thought about putting a pitta in the oven to bake.. great idea.. will have a go!
    the beaten egg brushed on top makes it not really taste like pitta bread it really really is delicious and a fab lunch or main meal
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    Quote Originally Posted by JackieN View Post
    the beaten egg brushed on top makes it not really taste like pitta bread it really really is delicious and a fab lunch or main meal
    I think the pitta brushed with egg and baked tastes like suet crust pastry! Yum, Yum!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ginlin View Post
    I think the pitta brushed with egg and baked tastes like suet crust pastry! Yum, Yum!
    OMG!

    Thanks Jackie will have to try this, I miss the old cheese and onion pasties. If only somewhere would start selling pittas shaped like pork pies haha!

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    yeah we'll work on that shall we

    Honestly Becky you must try these, they are easy to make and taste so nice. I think I preferred the cheese onion potato one to the corned beef one and loved that. They are even fabby cold xxxxx

    I now want one of these with sw chips and beans, real comfort food
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    Quote Originally Posted by JackieN View Post
    I now want one of these with sw chips and beans, real comfort food


    Really though I'm going to try them this week - I make pasties for OH (with real pastry ) so will be nice to have something of my own to eat
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    do you think this would be nice with the tinned stewing steak in .. obviously you couldnt put a lot init but it would be a bit like a steak slice then wouldnt it!

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    I am sure it would. The hardest part with anything more runny ie gravy is keeping it in.. once pitta is split its hard to totally close it again so anything squidgey will ooze out but the taste would be good

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    oh i hadnt thought of the pitta being open..need to think of a way to seal it shut again!

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    Sounds lovely, I've added this to my favourites

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    I miss Cheese & Onion pasties!! I've never been able to find any over here in Canada so now I'm super happy about this recipe!! Will definitely try this later in the week!! Thanks for sharing this one!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BritMummyInOhCanada View Post
    I miss Cheese & Onion pasties!! I've never been able to find any over here in Canada so now I'm super happy about this recipe!! Will definitely try this later in the week!! Thanks for sharing this one!!
    I made them the other day for hubby. He thought they were pasties honestly they are delicious. The beaten egg brushed on the top before baking seems to make them not taste like pitta
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    Could you do this with a tortilla wrap and brush it with egg? This way it's totally sealed! I have to try these!!!!! Nom Nom!!! Every time I log on here and read the recipes, my stomch rumbles!! heehee

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