Monday, June 20, 2011

Chicken & Mushroom Pie

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Having 2 old couple sitting at home do nothing but watching DVDs on the extreme hot Saturday, and not even a single mood to cook. What is the best comfort food for the night then?

Many will says, who cares, just go out and grab something to eat, or pack some food outside and eat at home. Or some even suggest, why worry, buy Ramly Burger, that will solve all the problems.

Well well well well… which category did you fall under? Neither the above was mentioned? Or like me get something from Cold Storage and baked on your own.

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While running errands in Cold Storage, I was caught by this nice packing pie that manufactured by Victoria Crest. Victoria Crest is a Malaysian company that specializes in the production of high-quality Halal meat products. They are using quality spices and ingredients and consisting primarily of British-style foods, their products are all made from original recipes. Without second thought I bought Chicken & Mushroom Pie for a try. Well, it’s definitely not cheap, more of buying an experience (sauce from Victoria Crest website).

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Instruction is clearly spelled out in the box… and you will not miss a single step of it. And also it’s easy to make too… I guess I will make one of this when am free!

Ok, here’s the instruction –

For best results cook from frozen. Place pies with foil base on baking tray in a preheated oven at 190ºC (Gas Mark 5) for 15 minutes then reduce temperature to 170ºC (Gas Mark 3) and bake for another 35 to 46 minutes or until golden brown.

Brush before with milk or beaten egg to aid browning. Times will vary according to oven.

Carefully remove from foil base and serve hot.

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And this is how it looks like after baking for 60 minutes. Honestly, this is the comfort food for the old couple that lying at home and does nothing. Distress isn’t it?

10 comments:

Little Inbox said...

My choice will be a quick stir-fried noodle, and hubby's must be Ramley beef burger. :)
This will be a good alternative. :)

aherbivoreinpenang said...

Awwww what a sweet post!

Psss new place for you and your hubs to 'pak thor'

Remember sunset bistro? It's back!

http://aherbivoreinpenang.wordpress.com/2011/06/21/bora-bora-by-sunset/

Jazz ♥ 爵斯 said...

walau....look tasty leh....
i dun have microwave can "ting ting" this....(>_<)

Sweet Jasmine said...

I just bake my own Chicken cornish pie:P.

New Kid on the Blog said...

Hi Little Inbox, given a choice, I will bake something like chicken pie. No need to turn on the stove. :)

Hi aherbivoreinpenang, oh, thanks for letting me know.

Hi Jazz, I think simple oven top also can la!

Hi Jasmine, I would love to try out on chicken pie one of these days. :)

Jazz ♥ 爵斯 said...

simple top oven i also dun have leh (T_T)

allenooi said...

would like to see what are the ingredients inside the pie....

concrete polishing said...

Thanks a lot for this nice blog and also for the delicious tart.

concrete polishing said...

Thanks a lot for this nice blog and also for the delicious chicken pie.

Anonymous said...

i wanna see inside part of the pie please! boom