Pastie

(Irish)

minced pork, potatoes

Pastie is a large to medium sized round battered pie common to Northern Ireland. Generally served with chips to form a "pastie supper", or in a bap as a "pastie bap", it is a common staple in most fish and chip shops in the country.

Created July 18, 2016 by: asma


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