What is a pasty? And how do you say it

past‧y plural pasties [countable] British English
a small pastry case filled with meat, vegetables etc and baked
Pronunciation: ‘pass’ as in football and ‘tee’ as in golf.

A pasty is most often a savory pie that is semicircular in shape and can be eaten with your hands, the filling is placed on a flat round pastry disc which is then folded over and sealed. A Pasty is a complete meal in its own right. It’s designed to eat on the go while also being tremendously satisfying. Savory pasties generally always have potato and onion as a base ingredient but it is possible to omit some ingredients in certain pasties as a special order (minimum order of 24 pasties).