British pronunciation/pˈasti/
American pronunciation/pˈæsti/

a pastry case stuffed with meat or vegetables

What is "pasty"?


A pasty is a savory pastry that originated in Cornwall, England, and typically consists of a filling of meat, vegetables, and potatoes, wrapped in pastry and baked until golden and crispy. The most traditional filling is made with beef, potatoes, onions, and swede, although other variations may include chicken, lamb, or vegetables such as mushrooms or spinach. Pasty is often enjoyed as a portable meal, and is a popular dish among outdoor enthusiasts and miners, who used to take pasties with them as a convenient and filling lunch. Pasties can also be found in many bakeries and restaurants around the world, and are a staple of British cuisine.


(usually used in the plural) one of a pair of adhesive patches worn to cover the nipples of exotic dancers and striptease performers


having the sticky properties of an adhesive


resembling paste in color; pallid

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