Bront&euml Pie Emily Bront&euml's Favourite Meat Pie

Bront&euml Pie Emily Bront&euml’s Favourite Meat Pie

Bront&euml Pie Emily Bront&euml's Favourite Meat Pie

Bront&euml Pie Emily Bront&euml's Favourite Meat Pie

Brontë Pie: Emily Brontë's Favorite Meat Pie
Brontë Pie is a delectable meat pie that holds special significance in the life of renowned author Emily Brontë.
Hailing from the English countryside, this savory dish became a treasured comfort food for Emily, known for her
classic novel "Wuthering Heights." Its rich blend of succulent meats and aromatic spices reflects the depth and
complexity found in her literary works. Brontë's love for this pie symbolizes her profound connection to her roots
and the enduring flavors of her home.
Prep Time 1 hour 15 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour 15 minutes
Servings 6
Calories 945 kcal

Equipment

  • Ingredients Required 8 items

Ingredients
  

  • 2 lbs of filet or 2 lbs of sirloin beef
  • 1 onion peeled and cut into little pieces.
  • 1- pound puff pastry
  • Chicken pate 6 ounces
  • 1 egg
  • Butter 3 ounces
  • button mushrooms 6 ounces
  • coarsely ground black pepper

Notes

Directions to Prepare 11 steps
Trim off any large pieces of fat from the meat. Slice into small cubes and sprinkle with salt and a little black pepper.
Melt the butter in a frying pan. Put in the meat cubes and cook in the butter until the outside of the meat is sealed
all over. This will take about 15 minutes. Remove the meat from the pan and put to one side.
Heat the oven to 200oC / 400oF / gas mark 6.
If necessary, increase the amount of butter in the pan and then sauté the chopped onion and button mushrooms in the mixture of
butter and meat juices. Fry food until the majority of the juices have been removed from the pan, being careful not to burn it.
anything. Put these to one side too.
Roll out the puff pastry on a flour-covered surface until it is rectangular in shape. The pastry has to be big enough
to create a "pastry envelope" to wrap the meat in.
Take the onion/mushroom mixture and spread it onto the pastry, then put the sealed meat on top of the onion /
mushroom mixture.
Spread the pate onto the meat then brush all around the edges of the pastry rectangle with an egg that has been beaten.
Create a pastry envelope to hold the meat and onions. Seal the edges by squeezing together the egg-covered
pastry edges where they meet.
Brush all the visible pastry with the remainder of the egg (helps make the pastry go brown).
For 20 minutes, bake in the center of a preheated oven.
Keeping the pie in the oven, turn down the heat to 180oC / 350oF / gas mark 4 and leave for another 15 minutes. The
pastry should be a lovely golden brown in color.
Conclusion
Brontë Pie holds a unique place in the heart of Emily Brontë, the celebrated author of "Wuthering Heights."
This savory delicacy represents more than just a culinary preference; it embodies a deep connection to her
English Heritage and the comfort of her home. The pie's rich flavors and aromatic spices mirror the complexity
found within Brontë's literary works, offering a delightful parallel between her writing and her culinary choices.
Just as her novels continue to captivate readers with their enduring appeal, Brontë Pie serves as a reminder of
the lasting impact of Emily Brontë's legacy, both in literature and in the culinary realm.

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