Mushroom and Pork Pie

Easy cooking ground pork recipes – how to make a mushroom and pork pie in 14 steps at home.

Easy mince pie recipe for cooking a homemade pork pie with simple and tasty ingredients like ground pork and canned mushrooms.

Learn in this cooking video how to make a pork pie from scratch using a tasty and easy homemade pie recipe with ground pork and mushrooms!

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Ground Pork

1) 600 g/21 oz of ground pork (you can use ground beef as well)
2) 500-600 g/17-21 oz of all-purpose flour
3) 200 ml/7 fl oz of carbonated water
4) 200 ml/7 fl oz + 2-3 tbsp of sunflower oil
5) some salt and ground black pepper
6) 100 g/3.5 oz of onions
7) 400 g/14 oz of canned mushrooms
8) 1 bundle of fresh parsley leaves
9) 2 eggs

➡️ How to make a mushroom and pork pie from scratch? ❓

Mushroom and Pork Pie (Easy Ground Pork Pie Recipe)

1) place carbonated water and 200 ml/7 fl oz of oil into a bowl, add flour as much as it comprises (about 500-600 g/17-21 oz), mix ingredients, then knead them until you get a smooth dough
2) sprinkle some flour over the dough, cover the bowl with foil, and place it into the fridge for 30 minutes
3) meanwhile, place ground pork into the frying pan and season it with some salt to taste
4) peel and chop onions, then place them over the ground meat
5) pour in the pan about 2-3 tbsp of oil (depending on the fat content of the meat), then fry ingredients over high temperature until the meat is bleached
6) open the mushroom can, rinse the mushrooms well, wait to drain the water, then place them into the skillet and fry ingredients about 5 minutes more
7) turn the stove off, chop the parsley finely, add it to the pan, mix ingredients very well and wait to cool to room temperature
8) break an egg over the meat, season with some ground black pepper to taste, and combine ingredients thoroughly
9) take the dough out from the fridge and split it into 2 equal parts
10) spread into a layer one of them, then place the sheet into the tray so that it covers both the bottom and its edges
11) place the filling into the tray into a layer
12) spread the second dough piece into a sheet, place it over the filling, merge the two dough sheets, and cut the excess if necessary
13) break an egg into a bowl, beat it up, brush the pie top, make some holes with a fork, then bake the mushroom and pork pie in the preheated oven at 180 C/360 F until golden (30-40 minutes or depending on your oven)
14) take the ground pork pie out from the oven, wait to cool about 20-30 minutes to harden a bit the filling, then split it up into servings as desired

➡️ Cooking tips for the mushroom and pork pie recipe 🔎

Are you surprised by the ingredients needed to make this mushroom and pork pie recipe? Many of you have heard of pork pie but do not know exactly what it is. Moreover, you are confused because you hear different opinions on this subject.

As much as possible, I will try to clarify this controversy. The confusion comes from the fact that there are MORE TYPES of pork pie. In Western gastronomy, the best known are the classic pork pies as described by Wikipedia (see below).

However, there are other types of pork pie, including those from the Mediterranean and the Middle East, which are prepared with minced meat. The recipe I share on this page is based on this type of ground pork pie, NOT the classic English recipe.

So, if you want to cook British pork pie, you are not in the right place. However, I recommend you prepare this mushroom and pork pie that will win you over from the first bite! It is particularly tasty, both warm and cold, so the ground pork pie can be served as a main meal or as a cold appetizer at a party or dinner.

Besides being delicious, the mushroom and pork pie is also very easy to cook and does not require many sophisticated and expensive ingredients. All ingredients are common and convenient in price, so my mushroom and pork recipe is very economical. Also, the pie is very nourishing and the quantity you cook end up serving more people.

Finally, my recommendation is to serve this mushroom and pork pie with a cold beer, it will further enhance its fantastic taste!

➡️ What is a pork pie? 🔎

Did You Know? Health Benefits

A pork pie is a traditional English meat pie, served either at room temperature or cold. It consists of a filling of roughly chopped pork and pork fat, surrounded by a layer of jellied pork stock in a hot water crust pastry.[1] It is normally eaten as a snack or with a salad.

Modern pork pies are a direct descendant of the raised meat pies of medieval cuisine, which used a dense hot water crust pastry as a simple means of preserving the filling.[2] In France the same recipes gave rise to the modern Pâté en croute. Many medieval meat pie recipes were sweetened, often with fruit, and were meant to be eaten cold: the crust was discarded rather than being eaten.

A particularly elaborate and spectacular recipe described in medieval recipe collection The Forme of Cury was a meat pie featuring a crust formed into battlements and filled with sweet custards, the entire pie then being served flambeed: a distant descendant of this dish, with hollow pastry turrets around a central pork pie, was still current in the 18th century under the name “battalia pie”.[3] Hannah Glasse’s influential 1747 recipe collection included a recipe for a “Cheshire pork pie”, having a filling of layers of pork loin and apple, slightly sweetened with sugar, and filled with half a pint (285ml) of white wine.

Traditional pies use a mix of fat and cured meat, giving the filling a pink color. They are often produced in molds or forms, giving the outside of the pie a very regular shape. This method is simpler and cheaper for volume production, and hence the more common choice for commercial manufacturers.

As the meat shrinks when the pie is cooked, traditional recipes specified that clarified butter or a hot pork stock was poured into the pie after baking. This would set when cool, filling the gap between meat and pastry and preventing air from reaching the filling and causing it to spoil. Commercial makers use a 6% solution of gelatin at between 80 and 90 Â°C (176 and 194 Â°F), added into the pie immediately after baking.[5]

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