or Gloucestershire Squab Pie
Stewed meat with apples and onions baked under a mashed potato and swede topping.
Original Receipt from 'Derby Daily Telegraph' - Saturday 8 February 1930
From Gloucester hails an excellent savoury dish known as Squab Pie. Take thick slices of cold meat, cut into squares, and place in a piedish, together with some good stock, pepper, and salt- Boil four medium-sized onions and lay on top of the meat. For the next layer peel, core and parboil three goodsized apples. Pile on top one boiled swede turnip, mashed with a sufficient quantity of potatoes and a little butter. Place in a slow oven until nicely browned, and serve with good gravy.
See: Squab Pie
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