Mince and Onion Pasty (Vegan)

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Introduction: Mince and Onion Pasty (Vegan)

This is the best Mince and Onion Pasty you will ever have (in my humble opinion!). The pastry is made using a dumpling mix, and tastes incredible. The filling is simply soya mince, onion and gravy. Please give this recipe a try. You will not be disappointed.

Ingredients

Tescos Dumpling Mix http://www.tesco.com/groceries/produc...

1 medium onion

115g / 4oz of vegan mince

Sunflower Oil

100ml gravy

100 ml water

Directions

Pre make the gravy. 100ml is more than enough.

Chop up your onion and cook for 5 to 10 minutes, until they are almost cooked and then add in the mince.

Cook together for a further 5 to 10 minutes.

Add in the gravy and stir everything together.

Turn off the heat and put aside for now.

Mix 100ml of water with the dumpling mix.

Separate the dumpling mix into two parts.

Pour out some flour and roll out one half of the dumpling mix.

Add the mince and onion mix to one side of the rolled out dough and then fold the dough over. It should now looked like a pasty.

Press the edges down. Add some oil or dairy free milk to the top of your pasty, so it will brown nicely when it is cooked.

Cook on 200 degrees celcius / 390 degrees fahrenheit for 20 to 25 minutes.

Eat as is, or serve with potatoes and veg. I like mine with mashed potato and peas.

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    Thanks for sharing the recipe. I personally have been meaning to cut back on my meat consumption. I just have the hardest time finding good alternative recipes.