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.
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There are many varied types of mince pies on the market, this is at thicker end of the wedge. It has a good weight and smells great out of the packet, even before you heat it.
The pastry goes a nice golden colour if you can remember to turn up the temperature just before you want to serve it. I was happy to see what I thought was good quality mince, not a greyish watery mess. The gravy was tasty and had some spice to it. There was plenty of meat, filling the case well.
At around $2.00 each, this pie is a good deal for anyone home alone or wanting a quick meal idea for unexpected guests.
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Our products use fresh free-range meat and produce, free from preservatives, gluten, starch and flour. This simplicity, and careful seasoning lets flavours shine, and with slow cooking the juices explode in your mouth. We also use natural casings, because it doesn't make sense to wrap something so good in something artificial.
No tomato sauce necessary.
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