MOOLIN ROUGE

A British beef steak, dry cured bacon & red wine pie

Awards & Accreditations

  • Good Egg Award
  • Good Pig Award

What you think

  • Pieminister pies are the best pies ever

    CHERYL McDONALD From CHERYL McDONALD

  • Insane pies! After visiting the factory I am fully converted - best bought in bulk :)

    Tom From Cardiff

  • I ate this pie last week in Borough market, London. One of the best taste I ever tried....

    Marzia From ALessandria

  • I had this pie when on a cruise. It was the best pie l have ever tasted l will be ordering some soon

    Gray From Swansea

  • Well recommend this pie, left me wanting more, was lovely with mash!

    Joshua From Evans

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Nutrition info

Typical values per 100g per pie
Energy (kJ) 991 2675
Energy (kcal) 239 644
Fat 10.3g 27.8g
of which saturates 4.5g 12.1g
Carbohydrates 21.0g 56.7g
of which sugar 2.5g 6.6g
Protein 10.3g 27.6g
Salt 0.8g 2.2g

Ingredients

Wheat flour (contains iron, calcium, niacin, thiamine), British beef (19%), red wine (14%), water, onion, carrot, dry cured bacon (6%) (free range British pork belly, salt, sugar, smoke flavouring, preservatives (potassium nitrate, sodium nitrite), antioxidant (sodium ascorbate), butter, segregated sustainable palm oil, shea oil, cornflour, tomato puree, milk, salt, Worcester sauce (water, spirit vinegar, cane molasses, tamarind paste, salt, onion powder, cayenne powder, garlic powder, clove powder), free range egg, garlic, yeast extract, sugar, sunflower oil, English mustard (water, mustard flour, salt, wheat flour, turmeric), roasted malted barley, thyme, rosemary, black pepper, leek, mushroom, caramelised sugar, green peppercorn, bay.

For allergens including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold. Also may contain traces of soya, mustard and sesame seeds.

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Cooking instructions

Place the pie on a baking tray into a pre-heated oven.

From fresh
180°C • 160°C fan • 350°F • Gas mark 4 for 25 minutes

From frozen
Defrost thoroughly in the refrigerator and then follow instructions ‘From fresh’

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