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Greggs has now revealed the exact recipe of their famous steak bakes & people in lockdown are desperate to try them

CALLING all Greggs fans! If you are missing their famous baked goods, you might be in for a treat this Easter weekend.

The bakery chain has now revealed the exact recipe of their popular steak bakes - and pastry lovers are desperate to try them.

All you need for the bakes is puff pastry, an egg, finely diced beef, cornflour (or flour) mixed with water, and beef stock.

Firstly, you need to sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.

Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your taste.

Next leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.

You’ll need to cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advises these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.

Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.

Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.

Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.

You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

And voila! You’ll have your very own Greggs bake to tuck into at home.

HOW TO MAKE GREGGS' STEAK BAKES

INGREDIENTS

  • Puff pastry
  • An egg
  • Finely diced beef
  • Cornflour (or flour) mixed with water
  • Beef stock
  1. Sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.
  2. Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your paste.
  3. Leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.
  4. Cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advise these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.
  5. Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.
  6. Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.
  7. Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.
  8. You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

Greggs shared a video of the recipe on Facebook with the caption: “Up for a bit of GIY (Greggs It Yourself)?”

They wrote: “Hands up who’s missing our Steak Bakes?

“Well here’s the next best thing – an easy way to #GreggsItYourself.

“(If you prefer a Vegan Steak Bake, just swap out the ingredients for vegan friendly options.)”

The video has racked up thousands of comments from fans excited to try out the recipe.

One wrote: “Yes please amazing Greggs”, and another added: “tomorrow plans.”

Some people pointed out that Iceland currently sells Greggs sausage rolls and baked goods, which could be perfect if you are feeling lazy.

Others asked Greggs if they could also share the recipe for their chicken bakes, to which they replied: “Watch this space.”

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Greggs has now revealed the exact recipe of their famous steak bakes & people in lockdown are desperate to try them

CALLING all Greggs fans! If you are missing their famous baked goods, you might be in for a treat this Easter weekend.

The bakery chain has now revealed the exact recipe of their popular steak bakes - and pastry lovers are desperate to try them.

All you need for the bakes is puff pastry, an egg, finely diced beef, cornflour (or flour) mixed with water, and beef stock.

Firstly, you need to sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.

Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your taste.

Next leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.

You’ll need to cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advises these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.

Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.

Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.

Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.

You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

And voila! You’ll have your very own Greggs bake to tuck into at home.

HOW TO MAKE GREGGS' STEAK BAKES

INGREDIENTS

  • Puff pastry
  • An egg
  • Finely diced beef
  • Cornflour (or flour) mixed with water
  • Beef stock
  1. Sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.
  2. Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your paste.
  3. Leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.
  4. Cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advise these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.
  5. Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.
  6. Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.
  7. Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.
  8. You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

Greggs shared a video of the recipe on Facebook with the caption: “Up for a bit of GIY (Greggs It Yourself)?”

They wrote: “Hands up who’s missing our Steak Bakes?

“Well here’s the next best thing – an easy way to #GreggsItYourself.

“(If you prefer a Vegan Steak Bake, just swap out the ingredients for vegan friendly options.)”

The video has racked up thousands of comments from fans excited to try out the recipe.

One wrote: “Yes please amazing Greggs”, and another added: “tomorrow plans.”

Some people pointed out that Iceland currently sells Greggs sausage rolls and baked goods, which could be perfect if you are feeling lazy.

Others asked Greggs if they could also share the recipe for their chicken bakes, to which they replied: “Watch this space.”

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Greggs has now revealed the exact recipe of their famous steak bakes & people in lockdown are desperate to try them

CALLING all Greggs fans! If you are missing their famous baked goods, you might be in for a treat this Easter weekend.

The bakery chain has now revealed the exact recipe of their popular steak bakes - and pastry lovers are desperate to try them.

All you need for the bakes is puff pastry, an egg, finely diced beef, cornflour (or flour) mixed with water, and beef stock.

Firstly, you need to sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.

Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your taste.

Next leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.

You’ll need to cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advises these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.

Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.

Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.

Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.

You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

And voila! You’ll have your very own Greggs bake to tuck into at home.

HOW TO MAKE GREGGS' STEAK BAKES

INGREDIENTS

  • Puff pastry
  • An egg
  • Finely diced beef
  • Cornflour (or flour) mixed with water
  • Beef stock
  1. Sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.
  2. Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your paste.
  3. Leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.
  4. Cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advise these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.
  5. Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.
  6. Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.
  7. Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.
  8. You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

Greggs shared a video of the recipe on Facebook with the caption: “Up for a bit of GIY (Greggs It Yourself)?”

They wrote: “Hands up who’s missing our Steak Bakes?

“Well here’s the next best thing – an easy way to #GreggsItYourself.

“(If you prefer a Vegan Steak Bake, just swap out the ingredients for vegan friendly options.)”

The video has racked up thousands of comments from fans excited to try out the recipe.

One wrote: “Yes please amazing Greggs”, and another added: “tomorrow plans.”

Some people pointed out that Iceland currently sells Greggs sausage rolls and baked goods, which could be perfect if you are feeling lazy.

Others asked Greggs if they could also share the recipe for their chicken bakes, to which they replied: “Watch this space.”

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Greggs has now revealed the exact recipe of their famous steak bakes & people in lockdown are desperate to try them

CALLING all Greggs fans! If you are missing their famous baked goods, you might be in for a treat this Easter weekend.

The bakery chain has now revealed the exact recipe of their popular steak bakes - and pastry lovers are desperate to try them.

All you need for the bakes is puff pastry, an egg, finely diced beef, cornflour (or flour) mixed with water, and beef stock.

Firstly, you need to sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.

Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your taste.

Next leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.

You’ll need to cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advises these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.

Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.

Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.

Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.

You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

And voila! You’ll have your very own Greggs bake to tuck into at home.

HOW TO MAKE GREGGS' STEAK BAKES

INGREDIENTS

  • Puff pastry
  • An egg
  • Finely diced beef
  • Cornflour (or flour) mixed with water
  • Beef stock
  1. Sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.
  2. Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your paste.
  3. Leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.
  4. Cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advise these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.
  5. Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.
  6. Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.
  7. Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.
  8. You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

Greggs shared a video of the recipe on Facebook with the caption: “Up for a bit of GIY (Greggs It Yourself)?”

They wrote: “Hands up who’s missing our Steak Bakes?

“Well here’s the next best thing – an easy way to #GreggsItYourself.

“(If you prefer a Vegan Steak Bake, just swap out the ingredients for vegan friendly options.)”

The video has racked up thousands of comments from fans excited to try out the recipe.

One wrote: “Yes please amazing Greggs”, and another added: “tomorrow plans.”

Some people pointed out that Iceland currently sells Greggs sausage rolls and baked goods, which could be perfect if you are feeling lazy.

Others asked Greggs if they could also share the recipe for their chicken bakes, to which they replied: “Watch this space.”

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Greggs has now revealed the exact recipe of their famous steak bakes & people in lockdown are desperate to try them

CALLING all Greggs fans! If you are missing their famous baked goods, you might be in for a treat this Easter weekend.

The bakery chain has now revealed the exact recipe of their popular steak bakes - and pastry lovers are desperate to try them.

All you need for the bakes is puff pastry, an egg, finely diced beef, cornflour (or flour) mixed with water, and beef stock.

Firstly, you need to sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.

Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your taste.

Next leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.

You’ll need to cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advises these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.

Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.

Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.

Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.

You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

And voila! You’ll have your very own Greggs bake to tuck into at home.

HOW TO MAKE GREGGS' STEAK BAKES

INGREDIENTS

  • Puff pastry
  • An egg
  • Finely diced beef
  • Cornflour (or flour) mixed with water
  • Beef stock
  1. Sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.
  2. Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your paste.
  3. Leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.
  4. Cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advise these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.
  5. Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.
  6. Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.
  7. Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.
  8. You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

Greggs shared a video of the recipe on Facebook with the caption: “Up for a bit of GIY (Greggs It Yourself)?”

They wrote: “Hands up who’s missing our Steak Bakes?

“Well here’s the next best thing – an easy way to #GreggsItYourself.

“(If you prefer a Vegan Steak Bake, just swap out the ingredients for vegan friendly options.)”

The video has racked up thousands of comments from fans excited to try out the recipe.

One wrote: “Yes please amazing Greggs”, and another added: “tomorrow plans.”

Some people pointed out that Iceland currently sells Greggs sausage rolls and baked goods, which could be perfect if you are feeling lazy.

Others asked Greggs if they could also share the recipe for their chicken bakes, to which they replied: “Watch this space.”

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Greggs has now revealed the exact recipe of their famous steak bakes & people in lockdown are desperate to try them

CALLING all Greggs fans! If you are missing their famous baked goods, you might be in for a treat this Easter weekend.

The bakery chain has now revealed the exact recipe of their popular steak bakes - and pastry lovers are desperate to try them.

All you need for the bakes is puff pastry, an egg, finely diced beef, cornflour (or flour) mixed with water, and beef stock.

Firstly, you need to sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.

Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your taste.

Next leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.

You’ll need to cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advises these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.

Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.

Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.

Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.

You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

And voila! You’ll have your very own Greggs bake to tuck into at home.

HOW TO MAKE GREGGS' STEAK BAKES

INGREDIENTS

  • Puff pastry
  • An egg
  • Finely diced beef
  • Cornflour (or flour) mixed with water
  • Beef stock
  1. Sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.
  2. Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your paste.
  3. Leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.
  4. Cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advise these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.
  5. Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.
  6. Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.
  7. Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.
  8. You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

Greggs shared a video of the recipe on Facebook with the caption: “Up for a bit of GIY (Greggs It Yourself)?”

They wrote: “Hands up who’s missing our Steak Bakes?

“Well here’s the next best thing – an easy way to #GreggsItYourself.

“(If you prefer a Vegan Steak Bake, just swap out the ingredients for vegan friendly options.)”

The video has racked up thousands of comments from fans excited to try out the recipe.

One wrote: “Yes please amazing Greggs”, and another added: “tomorrow plans.”

Some people pointed out that Iceland currently sells Greggs sausage rolls and baked goods, which could be perfect if you are feeling lazy.

Others asked Greggs if they could also share the recipe for their chicken bakes, to which they replied: “Watch this space.”

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Greggs has now revealed the exact recipe of their famous steak bakes & people in lockdown are desperate to try them

CALLING all Greggs fans! If you are missing their famous baked goods, you might be in for a treat this Easter weekend.

The bakery chain has now revealed the exact recipe of their popular steak bakes - and pastry lovers are desperate to try them.

All you need for the bakes is puff pastry, an egg, finely diced beef, cornflour (or flour) mixed with water, and beef stock.

Firstly, you need to sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.

Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your taste.

Next leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.

You’ll need to cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advises these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.

Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.

Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.

Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.

You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

And voila! You’ll have your very own Greggs bake to tuck into at home.

HOW TO MAKE GREGGS' STEAK BAKES

INGREDIENTS

  • Puff pastry
  • An egg
  • Finely diced beef
  • Cornflour (or flour) mixed with water
  • Beef stock
  1. Sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.
  2. Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your paste.
  3. Leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.
  4. Cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advise these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.
  5. Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.
  6. Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.
  7. Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.
  8. You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

Greggs shared a video of the recipe on Facebook with the caption: “Up for a bit of GIY (Greggs It Yourself)?”

They wrote: “Hands up who’s missing our Steak Bakes?

“Well here’s the next best thing – an easy way to #GreggsItYourself.

“(If you prefer a Vegan Steak Bake, just swap out the ingredients for vegan friendly options.)”

The video has racked up thousands of comments from fans excited to try out the recipe.

One wrote: “Yes please amazing Greggs”, and another added: “tomorrow plans.”

Some people pointed out that Iceland currently sells Greggs sausage rolls and baked goods, which could be perfect if you are feeling lazy.

Others asked Greggs if they could also share the recipe for their chicken bakes, to which they replied: “Watch this space.”

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Greggs has now revealed the exact recipe of their famous steak bakes & people in lockdown are desperate to try them

CALLING all Greggs fans! If you are missing their famous baked goods, you might be in for a treat this Easter weekend.

The bakery chain has now revealed the exact recipe of their popular steak bakes - and pastry lovers are desperate to try them.

All you need for the bakes is puff pastry, an egg, finely diced beef, cornflour (or flour) mixed with water, and beef stock.

Firstly, you need to sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.

Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your taste.

Next leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.

You’ll need to cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advises these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.

Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.

Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.

Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.

You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

And voila! You’ll have your very own Greggs bake to tuck into at home.

HOW TO MAKE GREGGS' STEAK BAKES

INGREDIENTS

  • Puff pastry
  • An egg
  • Finely diced beef
  • Cornflour (or flour) mixed with water
  • Beef stock
  1. Sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.
  2. Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your paste.
  3. Leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.
  4. Cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advise these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.
  5. Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.
  6. Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.
  7. Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.
  8. You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

Greggs shared a video of the recipe on Facebook with the caption: “Up for a bit of GIY (Greggs It Yourself)?”

They wrote: “Hands up who’s missing our Steak Bakes?

“Well here’s the next best thing – an easy way to #GreggsItYourself.

“(If you prefer a Vegan Steak Bake, just swap out the ingredients for vegan friendly options.)”

The video has racked up thousands of comments from fans excited to try out the recipe.

One wrote: “Yes please amazing Greggs”, and another added: “tomorrow plans.”

Some people pointed out that Iceland currently sells Greggs sausage rolls and baked goods, which could be perfect if you are feeling lazy.

Others asked Greggs if they could also share the recipe for their chicken bakes, to which they replied: “Watch this space.”

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Greggs has now revealed the exact recipe of their famous steak bakes & people in lockdown are desperate to try them

CALLING all Greggs fans! If you are missing their famous baked goods, you might be in for a treat this Easter weekend.

The bakery chain has now revealed the exact recipe of their popular steak bakes - and pastry lovers are desperate to try them.

All you need for the bakes is puff pastry, an egg, finely diced beef, cornflour (or flour) mixed with water, and beef stock.

Firstly, you need to sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.

Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your taste.

Next leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.

You’ll need to cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advises these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.

Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.

Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.

Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.

You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

And voila! You’ll have your very own Greggs bake to tuck into at home.

HOW TO MAKE GREGGS' STEAK BAKES

INGREDIENTS

  • Puff pastry
  • An egg
  • Finely diced beef
  • Cornflour (or flour) mixed with water
  • Beef stock
  1. Sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.
  2. Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your paste.
  3. Leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.
  4. Cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advise these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.
  5. Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.
  6. Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.
  7. Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.
  8. You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

Greggs shared a video of the recipe on Facebook with the caption: “Up for a bit of GIY (Greggs It Yourself)?”

They wrote: “Hands up who’s missing our Steak Bakes?

“Well here’s the next best thing – an easy way to #GreggsItYourself.

“(If you prefer a Vegan Steak Bake, just swap out the ingredients for vegan friendly options.)”

The video has racked up thousands of comments from fans excited to try out the recipe.

One wrote: “Yes please amazing Greggs”, and another added: “tomorrow plans.”

Some people pointed out that Iceland currently sells Greggs sausage rolls and baked goods, which could be perfect if you are feeling lazy.

Others asked Greggs if they could also share the recipe for their chicken bakes, to which they replied: “Watch this space.”

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Greggs has now revealed the exact recipe of their famous steak bakes & people in lockdown are desperate to try them

CALLING all Greggs fans! If you are missing their famous baked goods, you might be in for a treat this Easter weekend.

The bakery chain has now revealed the exact recipe of their popular steak bakes - and pastry lovers are desperate to try them.

All you need for the bakes is puff pastry, an egg, finely diced beef, cornflour (or flour) mixed with water, and beef stock.

Firstly, you need to sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.

Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your taste.

Next leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.

You’ll need to cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advises these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.

Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.

Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.

Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.

You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

And voila! You’ll have your very own Greggs bake to tuck into at home.

HOW TO MAKE GREGGS' STEAK BAKES

INGREDIENTS

  • Puff pastry
  • An egg
  • Finely diced beef
  • Cornflour (or flour) mixed with water
  • Beef stock
  1. Sizzle the beef in a fry pan until it has browned.
  2. Then pour on the beef stock and add the cornflour mix, and wait until it has thickened to your paste.
  3. Leave to cool, and get working on your pastry.
  4. Cut two rectangular pieces of puff pastry - Greggs advise these should be 108mm x 94mm, if you want to be precise.
  5. Egg wash the edges and then spoon your beef filling onto the middle of one of the pastry pieces.
  6. Add the other pastry rectangle as a lid, and fork the edges, before adding egg wash to the top.
  7. Score six diagonal lines onto the top of the pastry and then put in a preheated oven.
  8. You’ll need to leave it in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C, or until golden brown and piping hot.

Greggs shared a video of the recipe on Facebook with the caption: “Up for a bit of GIY (Greggs It Yourself)?”

They wrote: “Hands up who’s missing our Steak Bakes?

“Well here’s the next best thing – an easy way to #GreggsItYourself.

“(If you prefer a Vegan Steak Bake, just swap out the ingredients for vegan friendly options.)”

The video has racked up thousands of comments from fans excited to try out the recipe.

One wrote: “Yes please amazing Greggs”, and another added: “tomorrow plans.”

Some people pointed out that Iceland currently sells Greggs sausage rolls and baked goods, which could be perfect if you are feeling lazy.

Others asked Greggs if they could also share the recipe for their chicken bakes, to which they replied: “Watch this space.”

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