Recipe: Mrs Macs Premium Steak Pie

You can turn your dinner snack into a full traditional course meal with this Mrs Macs Premium Steak Pie recipe. Accompanied by Royal Blue mash potato, mushy peas and gravy,  this delicious recipe is minty, zesty and buttery all at once. Courtesy of Clubs Queensland. Download the recipe HERE.

(Serves 4)



  • 4 x Mrs Macs Premium Steak Pies
  • 600gm royal blue potatoes peeled and cut into small dice sized pieces
  • 100ml cream
  • water
  • 20gm unsalted butter
  • 10 gm chives
  • For pie: glaze-1 egg & 25ml milk
  • Sea salt and cracked black pepper to taste
  • 100gm green peas-frozen
  • 15gm fresh mint leaves
  • 5ml lemon juice
  • 10gm salted butter
  • 25ml sour cream



Step 1

Pre-heat a fan forced oven to 170ºC

Step 2

For an optimum result, remove the pie from the freezer for 1 hour before cooking

Step 3

Mix egg and milk together and brush onto the pie top

Step 4

Sprinkle the pie top with sea salt and cracked black pepper

Step 5

Bake the pie for 40-45 minutes till pastry is crisp and flaky

Step 6

While the pie is cooking, add the potatoes to a pot and cover with water, for approximately 15-20 minutes

Step 7

Drain the water and add in the cream & butter, continue cooking on low heat till soft

Step 8

Mash potatoes with a wooden spoon, add seasoning, beat till smooth, finish with chopped chives before serving

Step 9

In a separate pot bring salted water to the boil and blanch the frozen peas for approximately 3 minutes

Step 10

Drain the peas (reserve a little of the hot liquid) and add to a blender with fresh mint leaves, lemon juice, butter and sour cream. Blend to a smooth paste and season to taste (if a little thick, thin with some of the reserved cooking liquid)




Step 1

Place a good size serve of creamy mash potato on to a warm plate

Step 2

Place the pie into the side of the mash so when the pie is cut the sauce will pour out onto the mash

Step 3

Add a scoop of the mushy peas

Step 4

Add a good commercial gravy if you want to add more sauce