Maketu Pies, made in the Bay of Plenty, and distributed to fine food outlets, for you to enjoy.
Available in a wide variety of flavours, there's a pie for everyone.
Despite the warning on the packet, my hunger won out and I microwaved it. Nuked pastry is not an entirely appetizing sight, so I would suggest that anyone who tries this pie takes the time to heat it in the oven.
That aside, the rest of the pie was great. The thick gravy held the meat well. Tender pieces of steak and kidney soon had my mouth watering. The portion size is about right for those who like a snack, but would suit those with a bigger appetite if incorporated into a meal.
I have had a number of Steak & Kidney pies in my time, some better than others. This is one I can add to the 'better' column on my list. I will be looking for this product again, as it has what I would consider quite a reasonable price tag compared to other brands.
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