What Are Cornish Pasties?
The Cornish pasty is a traditional savory pastry of Cornwall in the United Kingdom. The classic Cornish Pasties are basically made by placing an uncooked filling, usually meat and vegetables, on one half of a flat shortcrust pastry circle; folding the other half over to form a semicircle; and sealing the edges together, crimping them decoratively. It is a great option for lunch or dinner and they are very easy to enjoy.
What Is The Difference Between A Pasty And A Classic Cornish Pasty?
There is a big difference! First of all, regular pasties have sweet fillings and are more similar to American turnovers. Cornish pasties, on the other hand, have savory filling with meat and potatoes or veggies as well as pastry made from lard or shortening. This makes them flaky and delicious.
Can Cornish Pasties Be Frozen?
No, they can't be frozen but can be stored in the fridge. You just have to take them out and put them in a preheated oven and your Classic Cornish Pasties are ready to be enjoyed.
How To Serve Cornish Pasty?
The Cornish pasty is often served with ketchup, malt vinegar, or brown sauce. You can ttry different sauces to find out which one you like the best!
Here are our delicious recipes that you can serve with Cornish Pasty: