Schaumann Scone Pie

This is one of all my kids favourites.  The recipe has to be put in here cos the paper it is on is all manky and falling to bits and this is a way of preserving it for posterity!

It is an old Food in a Minute with Alyson Gofton recipe.  This link will take you to the recipe on the website

This is the original and then how we really make it below:

250g mild salami (finely diced)

425g can Tomato and onion pasta sauce

The recipe from the website

The recipe from the website

1/4 cup finely chopped stuffed olives

1 red pepper deseeded and finely chopped

3cups self raising flour

50g butter, softened

1 1/2 cups grated cheese

11/2 cups milk

Mix the salami pasts sauce olives an red pepper together.

Make  scone dough with the flour butter and milk, put in half the cheese to make a soft dough

Turn dough out onto a floured board and kenad lightly.  Roll out into a 35 – 40 cm round and drape eenly oer a loose bottom flan tin.  Spoon the salami filling inside.  Flip over the edges, they will not comletely touch and sprinkle the remaining cheese on top.

Bake at 200 C for 30-35 min til the pie is well risen, hot and golden.  Serve warm.

What we do:

Make a bolognaise mixture with whatever you like, add in some spinach or beans or anything you like.  It is good for left over spag bol, use this, noodles and all.

Make up the scone dough, spread over a loose bottom tin, and up the sides.  put in the filling, and enclose the rest in the scone dough all the way over the top using little bits of dough and spreading them out.  More cheese over the top and bake.

It is yummy, serve with salad or as a Friday night easy dinner.

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