GLUTEN FREE MOOA British beef steak & gluten free ale pie
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What you think
The best GF pie! Great tasting pastry that doesn't fall apart. Filling is delicious and substantial!
Nicole Ferreira From London
The pastry is really nice, filling delicious, but very salty!
Rachel From London
Epic!! A better pie than any conventional pie. The gluten free aspect is irrelevant. It’s a fab pie.
Teddy From Preston
Simply the best GF pie I’ve ever had; in fact forget it’s GF: it IS the best pie ever.thankyou!,,
Michaela Davies From Northampton
Hi. I have been wheat free for a year. First time I have had an amazing pie. Thank you
Andrea From South Yorks
This is certainly the most delicious pie I think I have ever had-whether it was gluten free or not.
Denise Barry From Durham
Hi Janet, The gluten is removed from the barley during the brewing process. All the goodness, without the gluten. Love, the Pie Crew
THE most delicious pie, and gravy inside, I have ever eaten wouldn’t even know it was gluten free!
Meg From Leicester
|Typical values||per 100g||per pie|
|of which saturates||6.3g||17.3g|
|of which sugar||2.0g||5.5g|
British beef (29%), milk, onion, gluten-free craft ale (contains barley*) (9%), rice flour, butter, carrot, maize starch, cornflour, tapioca starch, soya flour, free range egg, tomato puree, Worcester sauce (water, spirit vinegar, cane molasses, tamarind paste, salt, onion powder, cayenne, garlic, clove), salt, herbs, yeast extract, garlic, Dijon mustard (water, mustard seeds, spirit vinegar, salt), thickener (cellulose), black pepper, green peppercorn, leek, mushroom, caramelised sugar, raising agents (sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate), gluten-free barley malt extract.
For allergens see ingredients in bold. Also may contain traces of sesame seeds.
*Gluten removed from barley during brewing process
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’