oooh looks yummy! I found ours in the Indian supplies aisle of ASDA with the curry pastes etc. i'm thinking of making this for dinner for my family tomorrow now! Bake for 40 minutes until golden brown and cooked through. ooooh this is a very interesting sounding recipe, i would like to use lentils more in my cooking and this might be a way to do that. Grab your chilled pastry and cut off one third, which you can rewrap. Multi-award-winning food, lifestyle and parenting writer, presenter and photographer. Tip in the lentils, pour over the vegetable stock, season and bring to the boil. It's fairly deep filled so quite a hearty meal. I had in mind some Indian curries and a pumpkin and lentil bake topped with cheesy mash - but this looks great. Press the edges with a fork to seal, then trim away any excess pastry. If you aren’t using tinned lentils, place a pan of water on to boil, once boiling add the lentils and cover and gently... Peel and chop the onions, heat the olive oil in a large high sided pan and place the onions in, stirring occasionally. Mary Mac. Will give this a try x. I’ve never tried lentil pie before but it looks so tasty and nutritious! But I suspect I would prefer your cornmeal pastry - I have a cornmeal pastry for a quiche that I love and the pastry looks great and easy to handle from the photos. Published Jan 27, 2013 Modified Oct 22, 2019. Add ¾ of the beaten eggs (keeping ¼ back for later) and cut into the crumb with a round knife. Am bookmarking this for the cooler weather. Would 'corn flour' be the same product or a good substitute? :). By Emily Leary. Lots of people expect not to like lentils, but I wholeheartedly recommend trying this recipe – even my meat-eating husband, son and daughter wolf it down and every one of them asks for seconds.Here’s what to do. This cheesy red lentil pie is the most comforting thing you'll eat this week! What an interesting sounding pastry, I have to admit I've not tried making my own pie from scratch, but this sound good so I need to give the recipe a try! Your email address will not be published. Thank you very much Emily for your very fast and precise reply. just found this via jane willis and love the sound of it. Yum! Anything with extra added cheese is always good in my books, sounds tasty x, the pastry looks like perfection with the crackle like that. An hour or two before you start cooking, rinse the lentils well and then leave them in warm water to soak. ill have to swap out a few ingredients to vegan friendly ones and just use loads of vegan cheese! https://www.onegreenplanet.org/vegan-recipe/savory-lentil-pie My debut cookbook, Get Your Kids To Eat Anything is available now from all good bookshops! For more details, please see my Privacy Policy. I probably would need help making this but it was be so worth it! Mix together all the ingredients for the egg wash. Assemble the pies as directed in the pastry recipe, … It's quick to make, ultra comforting, and the cheese sauce is extra tasty and simple thanks to melty, tasty Primula Cheese. Season, then drain. I've seen recipes use it in sweet pastry but its usually used as a thickener. Please check your emails and confirm your email address. Roll out the remaining pastry to form a disc just a couple of centimetres wider than you tip and place on top. Yes you could use wholemeal flour. Makes enough filling for 6 individual pies, Choose the type of message you'd like to post, Magazine subscription – save 44% and get a cookbook of your choice. It may take a while before I actually try your recipe but it is a MUST DO. Fancy trying it? I might have to give it a go x. Oh wow this looks amazing. Or is it more like a meat pie when the inside of the pie oozes out of the pastry when you cut it? I might try varying it by adding some lightly fried mushrooms next time. This is such a fab winter warming dish :), I've not tried lentils before so it would be interesting to see what they taste like. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Once the mixture has cooled a little, stir in one beaten egg then leave to cool completely. Drain and rinse the lentils and add to the pan. C x, Aw yay a vegetarian meal that is perfect for me! Brush the top with the beaten egg you reserved earlier, then make a couple of slits in the centre with the end of a sharp knife. I made this last night and it was gorgeous.I love the cornmeal pastry - it's far easier to handle than shortcrust yet not at all tough, as easy to handle party often is. LOL. Required fields are marked *. Corn meal is also maize flour or fine polenta. Added to my list to bake. I've bloggedabout it now and included a link to your post http://onionsandpaper.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/bookmarked-recipe-cheesy-lentil-pie.html. I adore lentils so this looks perfect for me. I will have to try this one, looks yummy xx. Enjoy! Your pastry looks so perfect, it makes your pie look so scrummy! I have fond memories of the smell wafting through from the kitchen after school. Here’s the recipe in printable form. Creamy, protein packed pie with juicy veg and flaky pastry...and it's all totally plant based! Stir in the stock and turn up the heat. Glaze with the spiced egg wash before baking. Add the water a little a time until you can press the mix together to get a manageable dough. Have just bought lots of lentils as it seems the weather now for healthy comforting meals with lots of pulses - and they're so cheap! And what a great way to incorporate lentils in a meal! Heat the oil in a wide-based pan. Stir the spinach through the lentils with the lemon zest and juice and coriander, then leave to cool. Let me know if you do! You were signposted on Onions and Paper blog, so here I am. You can unsubscribe at any time. Learn how your comment data is processed. These lasagne pies are exactly what you'd expect them to be: a single-serving of lasagne in a pastry cases. New! Put the flour, cornmeal and cold, cubed butter into a bowl and rub into a crumb. Your pie looks wonderful - I'd love to have a go but I'm not sure what 'corn meal' is. Bring together and knead into smooth ball, wrap in clingfilm and put in the fridge for 15 minutes. As soon as it boils, turn down to a simmer, cover and leave for 10 minutes – the lentils should absorb all of the liquor and turn soft and pale. Should definitely give this recipe a try! If chilled then the filling is as firm as a quiche. © 2020 A Mummy Too - Privacy Policy - Cookie Policy - How I work with advertisers - Contact. I’ve never tried lentil pie, but this looks delicious. I love lentils so I think I'd thoroughly enjoy it :), OOh delicious, cheesy lentil sounds great.

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