Thermoblitz Chicken and Vege Pasties


350g chicken breast
2 potatoes
2 carrots
1 onion
2 garlic gloves
2 stalks leaves only continental parsley
20g olive oil
120g frozen peas and corn
1 tablespoon vege or chicken stock
2 tablespoons tomato paste
1 tablespoons tamari sauce
2 lots of EDC shortcrust pastry




Make 2-3 lots of the EDC Shortcrust Pastry and pop in the fridge.

-Place 350g chicken breast in to the bowl and use the turbo button 2-3 times to mince it. Set aside
-Put Onion , garlic and parsley and blitz for 3 secs on speed on speed 6
-Dice 2 carrots, 2 potatoes into small pieces and blitz for 3 secs on speed 6 to how small or large you want the mix. Set aside
-Add 20g oil and cook 2mins on 100 degrees speed 1
-Add Chicken Mince Reverse Speed Soft 100 degrees for 3mins
-Add Veges plus 120g frozen peas and corn
-Add 1 tblsp stock vege or chicken
-Add 2 tblspn tomato paste
-Add 1 tblspn tamari for 2 mins reverse speed soft 100 degrees.

Allow to cool

Make up pastries by cutting out circles of the pastry and added a couple of tablespoons of cooled mix down centre and closing up at the edges and crimping with fingers (these were 13cm diameter and I got 24 pasties)

Brush with egg wash, or milk and water or plain water – all optional

Bake for around 20-30minutes or until golden

Want a “no meat” version ? you can easily make no meat pasties just increase the vege content – add mushrooms , potatoes , anything you like – Cannelini beans or even red kidney beans


3 thoughts on “Thermoblitz Chicken and Vege Pasties

  1. Hi, I’ve never made pasties before (nor pastry cone to think of it). I’ve everything prepared but am unsure as to the diameter of the pastry circle I should be cutting? I’ve got a 12cm cut out here. I hope that’s ok.
    Thank you.


    1. Marnie The pastry rounds that I did were 13cm diameter ( I used the Tupperware Pie Maker – Empanada makers to cut the circles out with
      They make 24 of that size


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