Poachers Rolls are a family recipe first made by Tamsin's mother over 45 years ago as part of the menu served in the Pub we lived in.  So called because it is a pie a poacher might take with them for a snack - they did live in English poaching country!  These versatile pies can be eaten hot or cold, for breakfast with eggs, lunch with salad or dinner with a green veg and potatoes or just by themselves!

Filling: Stearns Sausage meat (pork, salt, spices, sugar, marjoram, brown sugar, natural spices), onion, Stearns ham (pork, water, salt, sugar, sodium bicarbonate, natural hickory smoke), mushrooms, fresh parsley, fresh sage, fresh thyme, black pepper.

Pastry: enriched flour, (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate Riboflavin, Folic Acid, palm & soybean oil, water, salt, mono calcium phosphate), egg

Sourced from The Bread Box Company in Sturbridge MA.

Poachers Rolls