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Jun 7th, 2022 at 8:24pm

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Several years ago we were in Burra in South Australia and Maggie ordered a Tiddy Oggie for lunch and it was then that I found out that Tiddy Oggie is supposedly Cornish for “proper pastie”.

It is a traditional pastie however two thirds are savoury and one third sweet, or dessert, so that you get your two course meal in one pastry shell.

Have always wanted to try making them and today inspiration came to me so here they are.

Ingredients
Shortcut Pastry (Frozen or make your own)
Potato
Swede
Onion
Steak
Pie Apple
Salt & Pepper to taste
Egg

Method
Dice the potato, Swede, Onion and steak into equal proportions.

Cut a circle from a sheet of pastry and pile on one third of half of it with the savour mix.  Spindle with salt and pepper.

Cut a small piece of pastry and push it against the mix to make a blocker then place some apple on the remaining third.

Fold over and seal the sides then brush with an egg wash.  Sprinkle some raw sugar over the section that has the apple in it.

Place in camp oven, Weber Q or any other over that has been preheated to around 200 degrees and cook for an hour.

Maggie tells me we should eat more greens so I served these with brussel sprouts and a dish of sauce for the savoury and cream for the dessert.
 

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Reply #1 - Jun 7th, 2022 at 8:56pm

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Never heard of that before; very strange if you ask me.  Grin

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Reply #2 - Jun 7th, 2022 at 8:59pm

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Chally wrote on Jun 7th, 2022 at 8:56pm:
Never heard of that before; very strange if you ask me.  Grin

Jeff


Do a Google search for it.   Smiley
 

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Reply #3 - Jun 7th, 2022 at 9:02pm

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Just found the photos of the one Maggie had in Burra
 

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Reply #4 - Jun 8th, 2022 at 8:31am

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Looks good, I might have a go, I'm a big fan of a good pastie.
 

When I die I hope my missus doesn't sell my camp ovens  for what I told her I paid for them. pd
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Reply #5 - Jun 9th, 2022 at 10:43am

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Old Cornish Coal miners tucker, main course and dessert while down the hole Ive been told.
Good to see you didn't put peas or corn or any of that other garbage in them Derek, proper pasties don't have those things.
 
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The one thing missing in your tiddy oggie is the handle.

The crust join across the top is not decorative - it should be folded over a couple of times to be quite thick and also baked quite hard.

It gave the miner something grab hold of with dirty hands - the crust was then discarded.
 

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Reply #7 - Jun 14th, 2022 at 10:53am

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Putting a handle on would have meant cutting another sheet of pastry.  I am a miser.   😂😂😂😂
 

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