FREE RANGERA free range British chicken & ham pie with leek & thyme
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What you think
I fell in love with the Chicken and Ham and also the Steak and craft ale pies, they are amazing!
Richard From Yeovil
I really enjoyed the free ranger, the flavour was spot on! would eat again
Jonny Bodkin From Bristol
Bought one on offer. I have never had such a tasty pie. Will definitely be buying again.
Karen From Essex
First time I’ve had these pies, bought two on offer. Absolutely excellent, will be buying more!
Bryony From Winchester
These pies are the best shop brought pie ive ever had. Absolutley delicious.
Louisa Jones From Louisa Jones
Thanks, John, so glad she loves it!
The Pie Crew
My wife's favourite pie, so good it actually stops her talking, well done to you all
John Walker From Snowdonia
Had a Free Ranger at Pie & Vinyl in Southsea. Went perfectly with their chilli mash. Now addicted...
Nigel From Bookham, Surrey
|Typical values||per 100g||per pie|
|of which saturates||5.9g||15.9g|
|of which sugar||0.6g||1.6g|
Wheat flour (wheat, calcium, iron, niacin, thiamine), British free range chicken (19%), water, leek (7%), identity preserved palm oil, double cream, ham (5%) (British free range pork leg, salt, preservatives (potassium nitrate, sodium nitrite)), onion, Cheddar cheese, white wine, cornflour, garlic, vegetable fibre, butter, wholegrain mustard (water, mustard seeds, spirit vinegar, salt, white wine vinegar, sugar, spices), maltodextrin, salt, flavouring, potato starch, wheat protein, sugar, black pepper, dried onion, thyme, yeast.
For allergens including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold. Also may contain traces of soya and sesame seeds. Please note: some of our pies sold in pubs and restaurants may contain free range egg. Please check with your server when ordering if you have an egg allergy.
Place the pie on a baking tray into a pre-heated oven.
180°C • 160°C fan • 350°F • Gas mark 4 for 25 minutes
Defrost thoroughly in the refrigerator and then follow instructions ‘From fresh’