3 steps to a cheats pie floater using Herbert Adams pies
3 steps to a cheats pie floater using Herbert Adams pies, instant gravy, microwave mashed potatoes, and frozen peas.
This was lovely with mashed potato and the gravy. The mushy peas weren’t that much chop.
Herbert Adams Chicken and Leek Pie floater on mashed potato and gravy with semi-mushy peas
- 2 Herbert Adams Chicken and Leek Pies (Frozen)
- 1 cup Gravox™ instant gravy
- 1 packet Birds Eye Instant mashed Potato
- 1/2 cup Coles frozen peas
Remove the frozen pies from the cardboard packaging and place into an oven that has been heated to 200 °C. Cook for 40 minutes.
Cook the frozen peas in a microwave oven for about 5 minutes and mash with a fork.
Cook the mashed potato in the microwave oven for 2 minutes and 30 seconds.
Make the gravy as per the instructions on the tin.
When the pies are cooked, place the mashed potatoes into the bottom of a bowl. Place a pie on top of the mashed potato. Pour the gravy around the pie and cover the mashed potato. Add the semi-mushy peas on top.
Shoot a photograph and then eat the pie, when that has gone, add the second pie into the gravy and mashed potato goodness. Then eat everything.
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