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Old 03-13-2016, 01:32 PM   #51
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Google 'Forfar Bridies'. I make them often.
The chances of these delicious 'bridies' originating from the Scottish coal mines and the basic recipe getting to Jamaica are pretty much 100%. I use ground chuck, sweet onions and some Keen's mustard powder and puff pastry.
For a 'potluck' I make a few dozen bite size ones. Adding some Jamaican flavors would be easy to do.
Ah yes... I love a good Forfar Bridie although I've never made one myself.
When I travel south, I usually stop in Forfar where there is a butcher who makes most excellent ones. Your recipe sounds pretty good, though there are quite a number of variations eg. minced lamb instead of beef.
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