If you’re in the mood for warm and comforting food this Autumn, this welsh lamb and pumpkin pie should hit the spot. Make a big one for the family to share, or individual portions in your own little pie dishes.

Welsh Lamb and Pumpkin Pie warming and comforting Autumn recipe

Ingredients

450g (1lb) cubed Welsh lamb shoulder
1 onion, roughly chopped
5ml (1tsp) ground cumin
½ small pumpkin or butternut squash, peeled and cubed (about 450g/1lb prepared weight)
300ml (½pt) lamb stock
25g (1oz) sultanas
25g (1oz) pine nuts
Seasoning
2 sprigs fresh rosemary
500g premade all butter puff pastry
1 egg and splash milk mixed together for glazing

Welsh Lamb and Pumpkin Pie Method

Heat oil in a large pan, add onion and brown slightly.

Add the cubed lamb and brown well.

Add the cumin and stir well.

Then add the pumpkin or squash, stock, sultanas, pine nuts and season well.

Add one sprig of rosemary, put lid on pan and allow to gently simmer for about 30 minutes.

Remove from heat and ladle into a ‘family’ sized pie dish or four individual pie dishes.

Reserve a little juice if there is quite a lot and save this for additional gravy.

Remove the packaging from the pastry and press into it (with your clean fingers) small pieces from a sprig of rosemary.

Take a rolling pin and roll out the pastry to fit the pie dish (pressing in the rosemary if it falls out).

Place pastry into dish, brush with egg and milk glaze, and place in preheated oven at Gas 6, 200ºC, 400ºF oven for about 25 minutes until the pastry is risen and golden brown.

Serve with a heap of seasonal green vegetables.

More Autumn Recipes

You might also like these warming and comforting recipes for your Autumn menu

Pumpkin Gnocchi

Chicken and Leek Patchwork Pie

Healthy Chicken Casserole Recipe

Spiced Rhubarb and Apple Crumble

Stuffed Spicy Butternut Squash

Sweet Potato and Chickpea Curry with Lemongrass

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