This sausage pasty recipe is a fun twist on the classic. It’s a hearty combination of sausage and potatoes wrapped in a flaky pie crust.
I grew up eating pasty. A traditional pasty has ground beef and potatoes wrapped in a crust. For this recipe, I decided to use sausage instead of the ground beef for added flavor.
How To Make Sausage Pasty
Dice two sausages and place them in a bowl.
Peel and dice the potato and add it to the bowl.
Add minced onions and chopped carrots to the bowl and stir to combine.
In a small bowl, mix together the condensed cream of celery soup and water. Set aside.
Use a cookie/biscuit cutter to out 18 circles of dough from the pie crusts.
Reroll the scraps and roll out to cut out more. You should be able to get 6 circles from each crust.
Place half of the circles on greased cookie sheets and put 1/4 cup of the filling mixture in the center. Top with 1 tablespoon thinned cream of celery soup and a dash of pepper.
Cover each with another pie crust circle. Crimp the edges with a fork to seal.
Brush with beaten egg and poke holes in the top with a fork.
Bake at 375°F for 30 minutes or until potatoes are soft and the crust is golden.
The Sausage Pasty was delicious and reminds me of our family meals while growing up.