We only have pies for these delicious recipes (get it?)! We’ve searched through the archives (with thousands of scrumptious pie recipes) and made a list of 12 (yes, it was really, really hard to choose only twelve) absolutely perfect and mouth-wateringly yummy pies you must make this year!
Don’t follow the herd; follow master chef Rudi Liebenberg’s simple steps to a robust country classic.
An old classic with a modern twist! We’ve given retro-pies a new look!
Add some extra flair to your gourmet dinner party by serving a few of these mini duck and mushroom pies with wine and gooseberry sauce as starters. The flavour combinations pair perfectly together and will sure please your guests.
You can never go wrong with a hearty chicken pie! This recipe is one of our favourites and we love to make it over and over again!
Beef and mushroom pie is ideal for a robust family dinner dish. The beef is wonderfully tender and slathered in delicious gravy, perfect with the earthy mushrooms. Golden, flaky pastry is the perfect harmonsier.
Braised honey beef short rib, walnut and filo pies might seem a strange combination, but they’re a delicious strange combination! Slightly sweet beef is delicious with the earthiness of nuts, and you can’t go wrong with a topping of golden pastry. A wonderful and robust dinner dish.
These baby spinach, feta and piquante pepper pies are incredibly more-ish and are a great new take on the classic Greek spanakopita. The creamy and salty feta is perfect with a crunch of golden pastry, and peppers are a great way to add a bit of a kick.
Fish and feta pie is a healthy spin on a traditional high-carb pie. This yummy main is just as creamy as a traditional savoury pie, but without the aftereffect of feeling uncomfortably full. A wonderfully flavoured, guilt-free dinner.
Steak and mushrooms are great friends and work just as well in a pie as they do when fried or grilled. You can use pretty much any mushroom in this dish, but I love using darker varieties like field or portobello mushrooms – they give the gravy a really rich, dark colour. The cheese is a bit of an unusual twist, but it adds a richness and good texture to the filling. Brilliant!
It’s right there in the name. Classic apple pie is a cornerstone of baking, and is one of the most timeless dishes you can make. When you picture a pie cooling on a windowsill, it’s almost guaranteed that there’s a sweet, lightly spiced filling inside. A guaranteed hit, every time!
Just like grandma used to make it… But a little better.
These Moroccan-inspired almond, fig and orange blossom filo pies are little parcels of deliciousness. Full of fresh, fruity flavour, bite into the golden, flaky pastry for a dreamy dessert experience.