Steak and kidney pie
|Place of origin||Britain|
|Main ingredients||Beef, kidney, onions, brown gravy, pastry shell|
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Steak and kidney pie is a savoury pie that is filled principally with a mixture of diced beef, diced kidney (often of beef, lamb, or pork), fried onion, and brown gravy. Steak and kidney pie is a representative dish of British cuisine.
The gravy typically consists of salted beef broth flavoured with Worcestershire sauce and black pepper, and thickened with refined flour, beurre manié, or corn starch. The gravy may also contain ale or stout.
Among the various vernacular rhyming slang names for steak and kidney pie are Kate and Sidney pie, snake and kiddy pie, and snake and pygmy pie.
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- Brophy, John and Eric Partridge. The Long Trail: Soldiers' Songs and Slang, 1914–18, revised edition. Sphere, 1969. ISBN 0-7221-1885-6.
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