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Pukka Pie
Why not have a Pukka Pie with Ketchup and some french fries cooked in the air fryer

Pukka Pie

Light Crispy pastry and a hearty meat filling, who can resist a Pukka Pie. This is the UK equivalent of an aussie meat pie. Reheat at a lower temperature for longer to ensure you don't over brown the pastry and thoroughly cook the filling.

Servings 1Person
Cook 12mins
Temp 160 ° Cor 320 ° F
Course
Cuisine

Main Course
American

Pukka Pie
Why not have a Pukka Pie with Ketchup and some french fries cooked in the air fryer

Pukka Pie

Light Crispy pastry and a hearty meat filling, who can resist a Pukka Pie. This is the UK equivalent of an aussie meat pie. Reheat at a lower temperature for longer to ensure you don't over brown the pastry and thoroughly cook the filling.

Servings 1Person
Cook 12mins
Temp 160 ° Cor 320 ° F
Course
Cuisine

Main Course
American

Calories

307

Fat

151g

Saturates

5g

Protein

27g

Carbs

11g

Sugars

1g

Salt

186mg

Fibre

7g

Per Serving

Calories

307

Fat

151g

Saturates

5g

Protein

27g

Carbs

11g

Sugars

1g

Salt

186mg

Fibre

7g

Per Serving

Ingredients
  • 1 Pukka Pie
  • 2tbsp Ketchup (optional)

Units:

Method
  • Preheat the air fryer to 160 ° C or 320 ° F which is usually around 3 minutes depending on the air fryer.
  • Place the pie into the air fryer basket leaving the pie in the foil dish.
  • Cook for 12 minutes.

Method
  • Preheat the air fryer to 160 ° C or 320 ° F which is usually around 3 minutes depending on the air fryer.
  • Place the pie into the air fryer basket leaving the pie in the foil dish.
  • Cook for 12 minutes.

Recipe Notes

* For Precooked Meat Pies
* Reheating only
* Cook from defrosted

This time is for pre-cooked meat pies (ie chilled) that you might buy from the supermarket (such as Pukka Pies etc) or a butcher. Steak & Kidney or beef & onion etc (kept in their foil dish) So you're just re-heating them, the airfryer keeps the pastry crisp. After 12 mins @ 160C you can keep the pie at 100C for 5-15 mins.

Submitted by Roger. Thanks Roger

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  1. John Smith July 8, 2017 at 8:34 am - Reply

    Any ideas for vegetables? Pumpkin chips come out OK and I was going to experiment with onions. Surely there must be others!!!!

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