Killie pie

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Killie pie
Alternative namesKilmarnock pie
TypeSavoury pie
Place of originScotland
Region or stateKilmarnock
Created byBrownings the Bakers
Main ingredientsSteak

A Kilmarnock pie (formerly Killie Pie) is a steak and gravy pie produced by Brownings the Bakers since 2003.

The pie has won a vast number of awards including best savoury pie in Scotland two years running as well as picking up the best pie in Scottish football.

The pie was created initially for Kilmarnock Football Club and sold at their stadium, Rugby Park, for 13 years. Following a trademark dispute, the Killie pie was renamed the Kilmarnock Pie. It is no longer available from Kilmarnock Football Club but can be found in Brownings shops as well as Aldi, SPAR and selected Scotmid stores in Scotland.

It is somewhat unusual in that it is a steak pie and not a Scotch pie, the type of pie associated with football in Scotland.[1]

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It won the award for best pie in football two years running [2] and attracted quite a reputation amongst away fans for its quality. [3]

It is made by Brownings The Bakers of Kilmarnock.[4]

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