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Great British Chef Paul Foster provides a simple and homely steak and ale pie recipe, complementing the pie with celeriac and carrots

Steak and ale pie with caramelised celeriac

Great British Chef Paul Foster provides a simple and homely steak and ale pie recipe, complementing the pie with celeriac and carrots

This is the sort of recipe pastry chefs tend to favor, but it doesn't require any fancy training or equipment. Just smash some butter in a bowl of flour, stir in a bit of water, roll it out, and fold it over a few times, for an easy layered dough that's supple but strong. It won't slump out of shape in the oven, so it can support complicated decorative techniques, but it's wonderfully buttery, so it always turns out flaky and tender, too.

Old-Fashioned Flaky Pie Dough

This is the sort of recipe pastry chefs tend to favor, but it doesn't require any fancy training or equipment. Just smash some butter in a bowl of flour, stir in a bit of water, roll it out, and fold it over a few times, for an easy layered dough that's supple but strong. It won't slump out of shape in the oven, so it can support complicated decorative techniques, but it's wonderfully buttery, so it always turns out flaky and tender, too.

It looks great, and tastes even better! Our butternut squash, leek and ricotta lattice pie recipe is packed with flavour. Made with Jus-Rol shortcrust pastry.

It looks great, and tastes even better! Our butternut squash, leek and ricotta lattice pie recipe is packed with flavour. Made with Jus-Rol shortcrust pastry.

How to make a pastry lattice

Steak and ale pie with caramelised celeriac

Helen Jessup's vegetarian pie recipe uses Quorn Steak Strips to produce a meat-free alternative to beef and onion pie, using ale in the filling for a hearty, rustic flavour. If cooking for vegetarians, ensure that the ale you use is vegetarian-friendly.

Quorn steak strip and onion pie

Helen Jessup's vegetarian pie recipe uses Quorn Steak Strips to produce a meat-free alternative to beef and onion pie, using ale in the filling for a hearty, rustic flavour. If cooking for vegetarians, ensure that the ale you use is vegetarian-friendly.

Ultimate Twice Baked Potatoes - can be wrapped individually and frozen

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Baked Couscous Poppers ~ Cupcake Project http://www.cupcakeproject.com/2012/02/baked-couscous-poppers.html#

Baked Couscous Poppers

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