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chicken, leek and ham pie

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Prep: 15 minutes Cook: 20 minutes

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Serves 2

succulent chicken leek and ham pie bursting with flavour

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  • 200g cooked chicken
  • 100g cooked ham
  • 2 small or 1 large leek
  • chicken stock
  • 250g puff pastry
  • salt and pepper
  • egg


  1. heat oven to (200°C/180°C fan/gas 6) chop and wash leeks into discs and fry in butter for 5-10mins or until soft while leeks are frying chop up ham and chicken into chunks about 1cm by 1cm

  2. add chunks of chicken and ham to the pan along with the stock (200ml of stock or 200ml of hotwater and a stock cube) season to taste with salt and pepper

  3. pour the mixture into a oven proof dish and place rolled out pastry on the top, fold pastry over edges to seal and poke small holes in the middle for hot air to escape

  4. crack egg and whisk, gently brush over the pastry put in oven for 15-20 mins or until golden brown take out and enjoy or cool and reheat (for reheating microwave for about 3-4 mins and then put in the oven to crisp up the pastry for about 2-3 mins)

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