An Autumn Warmer Pork Pie Recipe
This is a really simple recipe and takes little time to prepare and make which is ideal when you’re busy but still want homemade food. Soup is a dish we find to be hugely underestimated – often overlooked for fancier dishes but for no longer! The great thing about this recipe is that you can customise it in any way you’d like – why not add some butternut squash which adds a lovely Autumn flavour.
If you’re wanting to really jazz this up, we love to make our own croutons. They’re surprisingly easy to make and will last if you want to use them over the few days after making them, putting them on salads and pasta throughout the week.
To make them, just preheat your oven to 175°C and remove the crusts from 15 slices of stale bread. Melt 56g of butter and brush both sides of the bread with the butter. Cut the bread into small cubes and sprinkle with garlic salt. Place on an ungreased baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes. As you can see, really easy but well worth it!
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