Vegetarian Sausage Pie. This vegetarian sausage pie with mushrooms & sweet potato is a one-pot meal that's quick, easy and full of delicious, healthy ingredients. It's hearty, filling and perfect for sharing with family or friends. Easy to make and seriously comforting, these sausage pies are winners – and many are budget-friendly, too.
Add mixed vegetables and cooked potatoes. Scrape mixture out into the prepared casserole dish. Roll refrigerator pie crust out larger than the top of the casserole dish you. You can have Vegetarian Sausage Pie using 18 ingredients and 26 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Vegetarian Sausage Pie
- Prepare of Pastry.
- It’s 3 1/4 cup of flour.
- You need 1 packages of Butter.
- Prepare 4 of Eggs.
- You need 2 1/2 cup of Water.
- It’s of Pie Filling.
- Prepare 1 packages of Carrots.
- It’s 2 tsp of Dried mixed herbs.
- You need 1/4 tsp of Salt.
- Prepare 1/4 tsp of Pepper.
- It’s 4 tsp of Rosemary.
- It’s 2 tsp of Powdered garlic.
- You need 2 1/2 tbsp of Bisto granules.
- You need 3 of Vegetarian sausages.
- You need 1 packages of Mushrooms.
- You need 2 of Large potatos.
- You need 1 of Onion.
- Prepare 1 can of Peas.
Our veggie pies come in many different forms, and are stuffed with fillings like creamy leek, savoury tomato, buttery squash and even spaghetti. This easy vegan sausage recipe is so easy and basic that you can whip it up in no time and is ideal as a base to customize to your own taste and preference. If you were to send him to the store to pick up a few groceries, he will inevitably come home with an assortment of vegan sausages. So over the years we have pretty.
Vegetarian Sausage Pie instructions
- Bring flour and 0.5 cups water to boil in pan and simmer thereafter.
- add butter, mix in as it melts.
- Add eggs in one by one stirring them in thouroughly each time.
- Stir untill mixture is quite thick and firm and remove from pan and place on a surface where you can role it with a rolling pin.
- Place a few handfuls of flour on your rolling surface.
- Place the pastry on the rolling surface and roll it out to about 4mm thick.
- Rub a bit of flour on your pie dish.
- Cut a piece of pastry to fit your pie dish and place it in there.
- Flatten it a little with your fist and push the pastry up to the edges of the dish with your fingers.
- Cut another piece of pastry 4mm thick that is the circumference of your pie dish and place it to one side.
- Peel and chop carrots, potatos, onion and mushrooms into relativley small pieces.
- Drain the peas from the tin water and place the peeled potatos and peas with some rosmary in a pan and simmer untill cooked.
- Whilst the peas and potatos are simmering put a bit of oil in a skillet and start frying the carrots.
- Chop the vegatarian sausages into small peices.
- Add mushrooms onions, vegatarian sausages, 2tspn rosemary, 1tspn mixed herbs, garlic powder and pepper to the mix and fry on a medium heat untill cooked.
- Preheat oven to 175c.
- Put pie dish in oven for 10 minutes.
- Whilst the pie dish is in the oven add 2 cups boiling water to the bisto powder in a jug, mix untill smooth and add salt and 2tspn rosmary and 1tspn mixed herbs mix it again a few times.
- Put the bisto mix in the microwave on high power for 25 seconds.
- Take peas and potatos of the heat and drain the water and rinse through a colander.
- Take veg and sausage mix of heat and mix with peas and potatos and bisto in a bowl. Stir it quite a few times.
- Remove the pie dish from the oven. Place the filling in to pie dish and place pastry cover on top.
- Press the edges of the pastry top down round the edges with your fingers.
- Cut a cross shape in the middle of the pie.
- Oven bake at 175c for 40 minutes.
- Remove from oven and enjoy!:-D.
The same goes for meatless sausage. The goal isn't to make a vegetarian option that tastes just like the ones made with meat, but rather one that is inspired by one. I've never been a huge breakfast person. Of course, I love pancakes (who doesn't?), but then there are eggs. It's taken a while for eggs to grow on me, and for the longest time I would only eat them scrambled or hard boiled.