just my youngest son used to make his own with left over pastry and loved them
SIFT FLOUR INTO A BOWL AND CUT MARGARINE INTO SMALL PIECES AND ADD TO FLOUR. RUB BETWEEN FINGERS UNTIL IN RESEMBLES BREAD CRUMBS THEN ADD PINCH ON SALT AND ENOUGH COLD WATER TO MAKE INTO A MIXTURE RESEMBLING A BALL. USE A ROLLING PIN AND ROLL OUT PASTRY UNTIL ABOUT
THE THICKNESS OF NOW MAGAZINE. USING A CEREAL BOWL UPSIDE DOWN CUT OUT AS MANY CIRCLES AS YOU WISH AND THEN OPEN TIN OF SAUSAGE AND BAKED BEANS AND SPOON INTO THE MIDDLE OF EACH CIRCLE. NOW WET THE EDGES OF YOUR CIRCLES WITH COLD WATER AND BRING OVER EACH CIRCLE OF PASTRY SO ENDS MEET AND PRESS TOGETHER SO YOU SEAL THE PASTIES, PUT ON A GREASED BAKING TRAY, BRUSH WITH MILK OR EGG AND COOK FOR ABOUT 30MINS UNTIL READY. ENJOY!
REMEMBER TO WET EDGES OF YOUR PASITES BEFORE SEALING SO THEY DO NOT OPEN IN THE OVEN WHILST COOKING OR YOU COULD LOOSE YOUR BAKED BEANS.
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