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Durham Pot Pie
Dished pie with a filling of meat chunks, most traditionally of rabbit, with vegetables, under an unusual shortcrust lid which extends part way down the sides of the dish, but does not cover the base.
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Durham Rabbit Pot Pie
to make the pastry
2 cups (200 g) 7 oz self-raising flour
110 g (4 oz) shredded suet
salt and pepper
8 tbsp water
for the filling
1 large rabbit joint per person
2 oz (50 g) dripping (fat from roasted meat)
3 medium sized carrots
2 large leeks
Cook in 600 ml (1 pint) basin or an old-fashioned earthenware stew dish.
1. Make the suet crust pastry. mix the flour,salt and suet in a bowl, gently add water until the dough sticks together and not to the sides of the bowl.
2. Roll the rabbit pieces in seasoned flour and fry on all sides in the dripping.
3. Put the rabbit and sauce into a pudding basin.
4. Pour in 150 ml (1/4 pint) of water and mix with the scratchings in the bottom of the pan with a wooden spoon.
5. Peel and slice the carrots and prepare the leeks, cutting them in half lengthways and slicing them.
6. Roll out the pastry, attach a strip around the basin, then fit on the lid, sealing the edges well.
7. Cover with foil or greaseproof paper, leaving enough room for the pastry to rise.
8. Boil or steam for 3½ hours.
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