The traditional British recipe for steak pie is made with steak, vegetables, and any other ingredient. After the meat and other ingredients have been cooked to make a stew, the pastry dough can be used to seal and cover the ingredients to bake into a pie. Premade pies are available on the market. Whether you’re making a frozen pie from scratch or reheating an already-made pie, following a few heat techniques can help you make a delicious steak pie.
Preheat your oven to 175 degrees Celsius (350 degrees Fahrenheit). A microwave is not the best way to cook a steak pie. The pastry dough will become moistened if you use a microwave. An oven will crisp it.
If the frozen pie is in its original packaging, take out the crust from it. You can either reheat a pie from scratch or heat a frozen one. Place your pie in an oven-safe pan.
The traditional British recipe for steak pie is made with steak, vegetables, and any other meat or organs.
- You can either reheat a pie from scratch or heat a frozen one in an oven-safe pan.
In the oven, bake the steak pie for 20-30 minutes. The crust should begin to turn brown when the steak pie is baked. You can also ensure that the meat inside the steak pie has reached a temperature of above 62° Celsius (145° Fahrenheit) with a meat thermometer.
Take the steak pie out of the oven immediately and serve.