Cornish Pasty

A Cornish pasty is a short-crust pastry case with a filling. It’s a little different from a regular pie as it’s made by placing the filling on a circle of pastry, folding the case over to wrap up the filling and crimping the edge to seal it, so you end up with a semicircular parcel of scrumptiousness. The traditional pasty is filled with beef, sliced potato, turnip or swede and onion, and then baked. In a proper pasty, the filling ingredients must never be cooked before they are wrapped in the pastry casing. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Lausanne Morgan)

PHOTO BY: Airman st Class Lausanne Morgan
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