At the moment the weather doesn't seem to know what it's doing. One day it's cold and miserable and we're hovering over the heating controls, and the next day the sun comes out and we're grasping onto the last strands of summer.
These Homity pies are perfect for this weather, with their hearty potato, cheese and garlic filling, and a light filo pastry casing, they can be eaten with either a salad or steaming vegetables, depending on what the weather decides to do. They are also very easy to make (unless of course you decide to make your own filo pastry), and can be made in around 30 minutes.
You can find the full recipe and directions how to make these, along with some of my other recipes that I've been commissioned to write, on the Great British Chefs website here.