British food enthusiast and celebrity chef, Ed Baines, is a well known connoisseur of British food. So when Tabasco asked him for a traditional British recipe he was more than happy to indulge them with a few of his secrets!
A traditional Victorian way of serving the pie is not to egg wash the pastry, remove the pie from the oven after 35 mins of cooking, cover the pie with a flat baking tray and flip the pie upside down onto the baking tray. Increase the oven temperature to 190°c, brush what has now become the top of the pie with beaten egg and cook for a further 10mins. Finally slide the pie off of the flat baking sheet onto a serving plate. This now resembles a flying saucer shape. The pie is served with mash, gravy and greens.
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