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Steak & Onion Pie


Jonathan Anchor & Hope’s Steak pie onion and beer pie      
500g Chuck
3 med onion
3 bay leaf
75g butter
Slug of sunflower oil
Egg cup of flour
½ can proper favourite beer
Same amount of water
Slug of Worcester sauce


  • Season the meat
  • Heat the oil and in a casserole pan and brown the meat, remove from the pan using a slotted spoon
  • In the same pan add sliced onions and gently cook without browning for 10 minutes.
  • Add the flour and stir, picking any stuck on ‘gubbins’ as you go. Do this for a minute.
  • Add the beef back to the pan along with any priceless juices.
  • Add the beer stirring as you go. Do what you like with the remainder of the can…..
  • Let everything bubble for a minute then add the water and Worcestershire sauce. keep stirring allow to boil.
  • Taste, look assess – more seasoning?
  • Too thick? Adjust. Happy?

 Suet pastry

  • 150g suet
  • 300g s/r flour
  • Pinch of salt
  • 100m; milk
  • 100ml water
  • 1 egg.

 Mix the ingredients and let the pastry rest for 20 minutes.

 Roll out the pastry to ½cm thick. Brush the edge of the pie dish with a little beaten egg then cover with the pastry. Use the off-cuts to decorate if you like. Brush the surface all over with more egg. Make a little hole for steam to escape. Bake the pie for 30-35 minutes or until the top of the pastry is golden and crisp.