The Australian Women’s Weekly Food

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PUB-STYLE GUINNESS BEEF PIES

“These pies will be on constant rotation in your household. Using eye fillet steak speeds up the cooking time without compromising the rich flavour.”
Sophia Young, Editorial & Food Director, AWW Cookbooks

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Spatchcock is also called poussin or small chicken. You can swap the spatchcocks for 6 (960g) or 12 quail (1.9kg), depending on appetites. One quail per serve is a light meal; serve with some substantial sides. If using quail, reduce cooking time