You will need a non-stick mini muffin tray. Makes 10.


  • 1 cup Lamb pie mixture

  • 1 tbsp Chopped thyme

  • 1 tbsp Chopped parsley

  • 2 sheets (defrosted) Pastry


  • 1.

    Cut pies out into rounds, and gently place into trays.

  • 2.

    Fill with pie mix and herbs to just below the surface.

  • 3.

    Close the top of the pie by squeezing together.

  • 4.

    Bake at 200C for ten minutes.

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Posted by PJ6Report
Talk about a vague recipe - just when you think you've got a recipe that COULD be a possibility, they leave out the main bit!
Posted by franny999Report
for lamb pie mixture... I would add onion or shallots ,egg,old bread pre soaked in a bit of milk,parsley,your preferred herbs I love paprika-and mint perhaps some grated capsicum +carrot (only a little) and of course salt and pepper
Posted by GA10Report
great lamb mix?????
Posted by Jill57Report
surely people can be imaginative and make their own pie mixture Chopped lamb, spring onion, little garlic, splash worcestershire sauce, chopped mint. anything goes.
Posted by Leeanne14Report
Too true people could come up with their own pie mix but then they wouldn't be looking for a recipe?? I would think that most people can put a pie together?? Name - Mini Lamb Pies -doesn't exactly reflect what is given in the recipe (if thats what you can call it).
Posted by Report
I'd make up a shepherd's pie mixture if putting them into muffin tins. A bit of carrot (prob grated), worcestershire, soy, onion, thyme, seasoning.