Classic Cornish Pasties. The pasty's best known association stems from the 1800s when it evolved to meet the needs of the Cornish tin miners. The pasty was a complete, hand-held hot meal, usually consisting of meat, potato, onion and swede in a pastry casing.
English Sunday Roast Dinner: Roast Meat (see below), Roast Potatoes, Vegetables (typically carrots, peas, and/or broccoli), Gravy, and then... Beef is served with Horseradish Sauce & Yorkshire Pudding; Pork is served with Apple Sauce & Crackling; Lamb is served with Mint Sauce; Chicken is served with Bread Sauce & Stuffing; Turkey is served with Cranberry Sauce & Stuffing
These delicious pastries are an absolute must any time you have a good roast going. They’re a perfect accompaniment to a hearty main course, a savory and flaky biscuit that’s a far cry from ordinary dinner rolls. This English recipe is a classic, and once you taste it, you’ll know why!