Ah but Proper ones from Dickinson & Morris Ye Olde Pork Pie Shoppe in Melton are fantasticOr a zombie. Tescos sell breast of lamb as a budget roasting joint, they aren't the cheapest place to get it. Roasting it doesn't remove the fat very well in my opinion.
I can make a 10 inch pork pie for about £1.50. I know whats in it as well, which is more than I can say for a standard melton mowbury.
"Our pork pies are made using only the finest fresh, natural British pork. The meat is coarsely chopped and seasoned with a special blend of salt and pepper. We do not add preservatives, flavour enhancers or hydrogenated fats. Encased in a delicious rich pastry, the pies are then traditionally baked without using a supporting tin or hoop, which gives the classic bow-sided shape of an authentic Melton Mowbray Pork Pie. Natural bone stock jelly is added to the pies after baking to enhance the natural pork flavour, and to give a succulent texture when eaten."
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