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Lo-Dough Pie Face! 

Everyone loves pie! Every slimmer wants pie! Well the good news is, you can have your pie and eat it! Thanks to the amazing Lo-Dough I can now have pie and not have to worry about the calorie count. 

This amazing pie was made using just two pieces of Lo-Dough for just 39 calories a piece! Just a fraction of the hit on the daily recommended calorie intake! Lo-Dough is fat free, low calorie, high fibre and protein, gluten free, paleo and vegetarian. It’s incredibly low carb and dairy free! 

Just a simple recipe for Lo-Dough

Beef and Onion Pie

2 pieces Lo-Dough 

100gms less than 5% fat beef mince

1 small onion finely chopped

1 beef oxo crumbled into 300ml boiling water 

1 tbsp Worcester sauce

1/2 tbsp tomato purée 

Salt and pepper

1 egg beaten for egg wash

Frylight 

Preheat oven to gas no 5

Make filling by sautéing onion in frylight until softening. Add beef meat mince and brown. Add oxo, purée, Worcester sauce and fry for 1 min. Add stock. Bring to boil and then simmer until onion is soft – apx 15-20 mins. Leave for 15 mins to cool slightly. 

Place 1 pc of dough onto a oven proof pie plate. Moisten all around the edges with water, then score with a knife to rough up the surface being careful not to tear the dough. Add pie filling to centre of dish and spread to apx 3 cm away from the edge. Be careful not to overfill. Place remaining Lo- Dough on top and keep pressing all around the edges together until it sticks

  

Cut 3 flutes ( v shapes) into centre of top with a sharp knife and lift the  ‘v’s’ slightly. Brush generously with beaten egg and place in centre of oven until golden brown – apx 15 mins. Serve 

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