New Pork Steak Pie product awarded Highly Commended in UK wide awards
We are delighted to announce our Puddledub Pork Steak Pie has won a Highly Commended in the Best Meat Pie category at the UK Meat Management Meat Industry Awards 2020.
Our Puddledub Pork Steak Pie is made in a similar style to a beef Steak Pie but we've replaced the cuts of beef for succulent casserole pork in a gravy sauce.
Our Pork Steak Pie is available in a medium 1lb weight and costs £6.05 Shop now.
The list of ingredients is detailed in the image below and the allergens contained are soya, wheat, celery, egg & sulphites.
We are really delighted that our Puddledub Pork Steak Pie has joined our award winning Steak Pie collection, especially in a UK wide competition. We hope you like it too!
It's a new product for us so we'd love to know what you think of our Pork Steak Pie. Let us know on our Facebook page, Instagram or Twitter.
Pork Steak Pie Cooking Instructions
As with our beef steak pie, if purchased online, this pie is dispatched frozen to protect it in transit and you need to attach the pastry lid at home.
To prevent the delicate pastry being destroyed in transit, your pork steak pie will come to you with the meat filling cooked and frozen in the pastry base. You will also be sent a frozen pastry lid which you will need to attach and glaze with egg.
Your pork steak pie will then need to be oven cooked by you until the pastry is crisp and golden and the meat filling is piping hot.
Cooking Guidelines for Puddledub Pork Steak Pies.
Your pie is delivered Frozen & Unfired.
Step 1. Remove pie from freezer
Step 2. Place pie in fridge over night to defrost.
Step 3. Remove out packaging from pie.
Step 4. Glaze pie with egg or milk.
Step 5. Preheat oven to 200 Deg. C.
Step 6. Place pie in hot oven and cook at 200 Deg. C ( Gas mark 6)
For 30 – 40 Minutes. This will allow stew to reheat and the pastry to cook.
Step 7. Serve piping hot.
Oven temps may vary. Any queries, please contact us.
Tom Mitchell founded Puddledub with his sister Camilla in 1999 to start selling their homegrown Pork direct to customers via farmers markets. Their goal was to make bacon and sausages that people would remember for their taste and flavour. Passionately believing good welfare practices lead to great tasting meat as helped build Puddledub into a team of 18, including 4 family members, and established a reputation as one of Scotland’s finest bacon and pork producers.