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Air Fryer Cornish Pasties

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Crafting traditional Cornish pasties can be quite a task, but with the innovation of an air fryer, the process becomes remarkably easier. Here, I’ll walk you through simple steps to prepare and cook these delightful pasties using this modern kitchen appliance.

Can an Air Fryer Make Perfect Pasties?

Absolutely! The versatility of an air fryer allows you to adapt any homemade pasty recipe and customize fillings to your liking. Whether you prefer classic beef and vegetable fillings or enjoy experimenting with unique combinations, the air fryer accommodates it all.

Pre-cook or Directly Fill?

The choice is yours when it comes to the Cornish pasty filling. Pre-cooking the filling offers flexibility in beef cuts, enabling a cost-effective option such as braised beef. However, opting for sirloin or directly adding the ingredients into the pasty dough works just as well.

The Art of Cornish Pasty Pastry

Creating the perfect Cornish pasty pastry involves a simple, four-step process that promises consistent results. By mastering this pastry recipe, you open doors to a multitude of savory pastry dishes cooked effortlessly in your air fryer.

Original Cornish Pasty Filling

Rooted in simplicity, the original Cornish pasty comprised four staple ingredients: beef, potatoes, onion, and swede. While variations over time have elevated the beef quality, the essence remains true to these fundamental elements.

Air Fryer Cornish Pasties

Our version retains the authenticity of these four core ingredients, embracing a traditional approach using leftover stew as the filling. Adaptability is key—leftover beef tips or roast beef work just as wonderfully, ensuring nothing goes to waste.

Tools Needed:

Harnessing the power of an air fryer and a pasty maker streamlines the pasty-making process. These kitchen gadgets effortlessly assist in shaping, marking, and cutting the pasty dough, ensuring consistent, professional results every time.

Cooking Cornish Pasties: Air Fryer Style

Melding leftover stew into a more manageable consistency, loading it into the pasty maker, brushing with egg wash, and air frying for a brief 8 minutes delivers golden, crispy pasties with minimal effort.

How Long in the Air Fryer?

For perfectly cooked pasties, 8 minutes in the air fryer is all it takes. To achieve an even browning on both sides, consider 4 minutes on each side, ensuring a delightful golden hue with the aid of egg wash.

Pairing Possibilities:

While these pasties boast a satisfying blend of flavors thanks to potatoes and pastry, they stand splendidly on their own. For a fuller meal reminiscent of childhood memories, consider serving with chips and gravy for a nostalgic delight.

Air Fryer Cornish Pasties

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Recipe by admin Course: Main
Servings

3

servings
Prep time

30

minutes
Cooking time

40

minutes
Calories

860

kcal
Total time

1

hour 

10

minutes

Enjoy mouthwatering homemade Cornish pasties crafted from scratch and crisped to perfection in the air fryer.

Ingredients

  • 200 g Leftover Instant Pot Beef Stew

  • 500 g Air Fryer Pie Crust

  • 1 Tsp Mixed Herbs

  • Egg Wash

  • Salt & Pepper

Directions

  • Prepare the leftover beef stew by draining excess liquid and seasoning it with salt, pepper, and mixed herbs in a bowl.
  • Roll out the pastry and cut circles using the pasty maker, placing them on a floured surface.
  • Use the pasty cutter to create the pasty shapes, fill half of each with the prepared stew, avoiding overfilling.
  • Press down using the pasty maker, creating the traditional pasty pattern. Repeat for all pasties.
  • Place foil in the air fryer basket, position the pasties, brush them with egg wash, and air fry at 200°C/400°F for 8 minutes.

Notes

  • Utilize leftover beef stew for a convenient filling option.
  • Opt for more economical cuts like braising beef for a budget-friendly alternative.

Nutrition Facts

  • Calories: 860kcal
  • Carbohydrates: 81g
  • Protein: 25g
  • Fat: 47g
  • Potassium: 396mg
  • Fiber: 4g
  • Sugar: 1g

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