• 4 sheet flaky pastry
  • 6 rashers bacon, roughly chopped
  • 8–10 eggs
  • ½–¾ cup Wattie's Frozen Baby Peas
  • 1 egg, beaten, or 2 Tbsp milk
  • Wattie’s Tomato Sauce to serve
  1. Preheat oven to 200°C (fan assisted). Lightly grease a 24 cm x 20 cm ovenproof dish.
  2. Place 2 sheets of pastry on a lightly floured board, one on top of the other. Using a rolling pin, roll out the pastry large enough to line the base and sides of the dish. Scatter over half the bacon. Crack the eggs on top, breaking the egg yolks if wished. Season with salt and pepper before scattering the Wattie’s frozen Baby Peas and remaining bacon.
  3. Brush the edges where the pastry will join with beaten egg or milk. Roll the remaining 2 sheets of pastry and lay over the top and seal the edges. Brush the pie top with beaten egg or milk and make a slit in the top to allow steam to escape.
  4. Bake for 35–40 minutes. Serve with Wattie’s Tomato Sauce.

Top Tips

  • Make sure the dish is not too deep. The filling should be close to the top of the dish before laying over the pastry to avoid the pie sinking during cooking.
  • Replace the pastry sheets with a 400g block of frozen and thawed flaky pastry. Roll out ⅔ to line the base and sides and the remaining ⅓ for the top.

Swap it out

  • Replace Wattie’s Baby Peas with Wattie’s Whole Kernel Corn or Chuckwagon Corn.
  • You can try different sauces in place of Wattie’s Tomato Sauce such as Whitlock’s Mexican Chilli, Smokehouse Tomato Chutney or the Tomato Chutney Sauce.

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Reviews (19)

Aggie McEvoy's Rating
Sati Pita's Review | Rating

cheap, easy and tasty! first dish i've ever cooked :D

Sharyn Mitchell's Review | Rating

Quick, easy and tasted good! I don't like peas so added some spring onion instead =)

Juanita's Review | Rating

Easy peasey and absolutely delicious ;-)

Steve's Review | Rating

Added a Sieved a can of Wattie,s Tomatoes discarding juice

Steve's Review | Rating

Added just the tomatoes "Wattie,s. "after sieving juice out .Yum

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Anne's Review | Rating

If making bacon and egg pie it pays to put the bacon into the microwave to get some of the water out of it before placing it in the pie otherwise the pie will end up soggie.

Iritana's Review | Rating

I have always made mine this way but I still use the block pastry cut in half and rolled out to fit a dish

Maria's Review | Rating

Do not use peas

Denise's Review | Rating


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Kevin's Review | Rating

Very yummy

jennifer's Review | Rating

love this reciepe its yum

Mel Ransley's Review | Rating

was very soggy

Christina's Review | Rating

A simple yummy pie, with the heat though I find it only takes 30minutes, sometimes I even reduce the heat to 180 for the last 10 mins, the first time I made this the bottom was quite overdone so just keep an eye on it as oven heats vary

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