Garlo’s lean beef pies taste great but here’s how to make one taste better.Restaurant Business Plan
There’s something about a meat pie on a cold day. Perfect for lunch. The Garlo’s brand meat pies are pretty good. I like that they’re available from Coles and usually available. I also like the sausage rolls. Today is was a Garlo’s lean beef pie.
Regular readers know that I’m a fan of potato gems (or tater tots to my American fans). I also had some chips leftover and had them for lunch too.
The trick to making any meat pie better is to add a little Worchestershire sauce under the hood. You can lift the top off or do what I did and cut a cross in the top and let the sauce drizzle in by capillary action.
- 1 Garlo’s lean beef pie
- Worcestershire sauce
- 1 slice Cheddar cheese
- 6 potato gems
- Smith’s cheese and onion chips
Thaw a Garlo’s lean beef pie and cut a cross in the top
In the hole drizzle in a couple of teaspoons of Worcestershire sauce
Add a slice of cheddar cheese on top
Place the pie on a baking tray and next to it place half a dozen potato gems
Cook in a benchtop oven at 200 °C for 30 minutes
Add some barbeque sauce and plate up
Shoot a photograph and eat lunch
Write the recipe and blog hoping people who read this will share it on social media, especially on their Facebook pages and Twitter accounts.
Restaurant Business Planning
So during the week Katrina from Alsco sent me an e-mail asking if I’d mention a post about restaurant business planning. Wen I looked through the page I saw one of my favourite food bloggers, Lorraine Elliot from Not Quite Nigella so I thought why not. Click on the link and check out the page if you’re thinking about starting up a restaurant.
Frequently asked questions
How many meat pies do you reckon you’ve eaten in your life?
Given I had one a week throughout school, I reckon it would have to be at least 1000 meat pies.
Tomato or barbeque sauce?
I’m partial to barbeque sauce.
Does cheese make a pie better?
Cheese makes everything better.
Why do Americans call potato gems tater tots?
I have no idea.
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