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Steak and Guinness Pie

by Lisa
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12-inch Pie pastry
1 or 2 pounds of Round steak
1 tablespoon of Flour
1 tablespoon of Brown sugar
1 tablespoon of Raisins
5 medium size onions
1 bottle of Guinness stout (not the 'draught' variety)
8 slices of bacon
3 tablespoon of shortening/butter
Some Chopped parsley

Dice the steak, cover with flour and brown, with the bacon, on a medium heat using the butter. Peel and chop the onions and brown over a good heat. Add to the meat in a caserole dish. Add raisins and brown sugar and Guinness.

Cover the dish, simmer and cook over a lowish heat for 2.5 hours. Add water of the gravy mixuture starts to thicken excessively. Coat a pie dish with half of the pastry and bake. Add the Meat and Gravy mix when cooked and place the remaining pastry on top and bake for 10 minutes or until golden brown.

Serve with potatoes and vegtables.

(LD)

 

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