December 29th, 2010

Traditional New Year Recipe: Scottish Steak Pie

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In Scotland, “Hogmanay” is an important festival celebrated on New Year’s Eve. And, of course, as with all festivals, there is FOOD!

This Scottish Steak Pie is a traditional favorite used to welcome in the new year. It’s got beef, beef sausages and onions cooked in beef stock and baked into a puff pastry.

For me, ‘nuf said.

Here’s the full recipe so you can wow your friends with this Scottish tradition on Friday night.

Enjoy!

Photo courtesy of Andrea Black (Lacuna) via Suite101.com.

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