Bakery is launching a lasagna PIE – complete with fresh pasta, beef, tomato sauce and a generous helping of cheese
- Australian café chain Banjo’s Bakery now sells a lasagna pie
- The filling is made from fresh layers of pasta sandwiched between Australian beef
- It is topped with cheese and tomato sauce and coated with puff pastry
- Banjo’s has outlets in Tasmania, NSW, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia
An Australian bakery has launched a limited edition lasagna pie in stores across the country.
The pie is the latest experimental snack from popular cafe chain Banjo’s Bakery, which has 44 outlets in Tasmania, Victoria, Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia.
The filling is made of layers of pasta sandwiched between Australian beef and lashings of tomato, garlic and cheese, all wrapped in a flaky dough.
The pie – which is part of the bakery’s signature range – is available online for $ 7.95 through Uber Eats and at stores nationwide for a ‘limited time,’ so you’d better act quickly.
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The limited edition lasagna pie from Banjo’s Bakery, filled with pasta, Australian beef, tomato sauce and a generous portion of melted cheese
Banjo CEO Jessica Saxby said the cake was made to give Australians who cannot travel abroad this year a taste of home-grown Italy.
“We are committed to providing our customers with unique culinary experiences through fresh, daily baked goods that leave Australians happy and satisfied,” said Ms. Saxby.
‘Our guests are often on the go, so it made sense to develop a pasta-filled bag and’ Signature Pie ‘flavor that was easy to enjoy at lunch, on the sidelines of the sport on Saturday, to your next family picnic. and everything in between. ‘
The Italian classic follows in the footsteps of Banjo’s Wild Cheeseburger Pie, which sold in record numbers in September 2020.
Banjo’s limited edition cheeseburger pie filled with pickles, Australian beef, tomato sauce and melted cheese
Photos of the cheeseburger pie drew delectable social media responses, with comments such as ‘looks great’, ‘wow, I have to try this’ and ‘sounds good’.
“Oh my god, this is Maccas in a pie,” one woman said.
‘Thought I’d try one of these at Banjo’s Lindisfarne yesterday. Certainly a unique experience! Somehow I don’t think it will be my last, ”said a second.
The one-of-a-kind treat even caught the attention of cake lovers abroad, with many begging the café chain to expand into America.
‘You have to open stores in the US! Especially Las Vegas, Nevada! This looks so good, ” a man wrote on Banjo’s Instagram account.