Portuguese sausage Pie



Hello, today i bring to blog new recipe from my country Portugal and participate in new challenge in Dia Um … Na Cozinha  . I choose Alheira its portuguese tradicional sausage homemade and i add some black olives too . I hope you enjoy !!!


1 small onion;
2 cloves of garlic;
0.5 dl olive oil;
1 cooked sausage;
2 tablespoons pitted black olives;
1 dl of white wine;
1 egg;
2 chicken breasts;
Salt, pepper and butter qs
5DL milk
40g margarine
40g flour


Finely chop the onion, the garlic cloves and fry them in olive oil.
Pique also sausage, chicken breasts and add it to the stew, as well as olives.
Season with salt, pepper and cook, involving well.
Drizzle with the wine, let it dry and book prepared, letting it cool down.
In a pan put the milk to heat up.
In a pan put aside margarine to melt.
Add the flour and stir until well wrapped, cook for 2 minutes.
Add the milk gradually stirring vigorously not to get lumps.
Simmer 8 minutes.
Season with salt, pepper and nutmeg and add sausage, chicken all finely chopped olives with the bechamel sauce.
Grease forms for pies with butter.
Roll out the pastry and line the muffin cups, reserving a portion of it.
Fill them with braised sausage and cover them with the reserved dough.
Brush it with beaten egg and take them to the middle of the oven at 180 ° C for 20 minutes.
Remove and serve hot or cold pies.


For dough:

500g flour
200g margarine
2 eggs
water q.s.
qs salt
qs pepper
Nutmeg qs
Flour for dusting

Knead well margarine 200g with 500g flour.
Season with salt and nutmeg.
Add the eggs and gradually add the water required to take off mass of background.
After all well kneaded, cover with a cloth and let stand 1 hour.

Sprinkle the counter with flour and place the dough in the center.
Sprinkle with flour and knead until leaving necklace in hand.
This stretch and ready to use.

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