Recipe: Indian Curried Vegetable Pasties, rated 2.8/5 | Gourmandize UK Ireland Gourmandize.co.uk
A great family recipe to share with your loved ones! Serve with rice for a delicious meal!
Find this recipe for Indian Curried Vegetable Pasties, rated 2.8/5 by 25 members and passionate cooks. Discover this recipe and many more curry vegetable pastie recipes at Gourmandize.co.uk.
- 1/2 Onion
- 2 Carrots
- 3 Potatoes
- 5 Cauliflower Florets
- 5 Mushrooms (cut into 20 slices in total)
- 100g Green Beans
- 2 Cloves of Garlic
- 2 Tsp's Mild Korma Curry Powder
- Salt to taste
- Oil to fry
- Grated Cheese (optional)
- 1x500g Block of Shortcrust Pastry
Level of difficulty Easy
Preparation time 20mins
Cooking time 30mins
Cost Budget Friendly
Fry the garlic and onions in a small amount of oil until softened.
Add the potatoes and carrots , cover with water and simmer for 10 minutes (adding more water if needed).
Add the cauliflower florets, green beans and mushrooms and cook for a further 5-10 minutes.
Add the curry powder, salt to taste and reduce until cauliflower and all veg is soft and cooked through.
Take your shortcrust pastry and roll out to approx 3mm thick. Cut in to 8 circles or squares.
Share the vegetable mixture evenly between the 8 pasties on one half of the pastry. Fold other half over the top and pinch the pastry around the edges to seal.
Put 3 or 4 knife pricks in the top of each pasty to allow the steam to escape when cooking to prevent splitting.
Brush the top with Milk.
Bake in oven on 190 degrees C for 30 minutes.
Add a sprinkle of grated cheese to each pasty before sealing if wanted.
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