KEVINA chestnut mushroom, tomato & quinoa pie with baby onions & thyme
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What you think
Absolutely love Kevin, my favorite go to comfort food, so tasty, and gorgeous with mushy peas.
Jen From Harrogate
One of, if not the best vegan pie I've had... Full of flavour... I'll be having more... 😋😋😋
Alex From North Wales
Wowee! Bought the Kevin and it proper hit the spot! So tasty and full of filling! Yum yum
Hales From Runcorn
Oh my what a tasty pie. Loved it. Full of flavour and definitely not short of filling. Delicious:)
Rubee From South west
Delicious! The Kevin pie is so good. The intense flavours are so moorish with lovely pastry. Mmmmm!
Matt From Banbury
I bought a Kevin to try, absolutely delicious. Will definitely buy more varieties.
Eileen From Oxford
I am staggered at how good the Kevin pie I just had was. Chapeau to the chefs!
Dorian From Way Out West
This vegan pie is beautifully rich and tasty.
Susan From Susan
|Typical values||per 100g||per pie|
|of which saturates||3.2g||8.7g|
|of which sugar||2.8g||7.6g|
Wheat flour (wheat, calcium, niacin, iron, thiamine), water, chestnut mushroom (10%), identity preserved palm oil*, tomato (5%), baby onion (4%), prune, onion, carrot, red wine, rapeseed oil, red quinoa (1%), tomato puree, sun dried tomato, cornflour, garlic, salt, thyme, yeast extract (yeast extract, salt), balsamic vinegar, demerara sugar, leek powder, wheat protein, mushroom powder, barley malt extract, black pepper, sunflower oil.
For allergens including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold. Also may contain traces of soya, mustard and sesame seeds.
*Learn more about our certified sustainable, identity preserved palm oil, sourced from one of the world’s most sustainable deforestation-free producers, and our Pies, Planet, People sustainability goals at pieminister.co.uk/sustainability
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’