September 22, 2021

The Aberdeen butcher’s shop is a viral hit after eaters fell on a new chicken pakoda pie.

A Burden butcher’s shop is a viral hit as eaters go wild for their fresh tasty treats – a chicken pie pie.

Located on Hatton Road in Granite City, The Lacher Monster Tally Butcher is famous for making great pies with unique fillings.

The butcher shop sent punters with their latest creations.

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The butcher shop sent punters with their latest creations.Credit: Facebook / Larch Monster Tally Butcher.

The latest homemade sweet snack is a chicken pakoda pie.

It is filled with pieces of chicken pakoda coated in a thick and creamy tandoori sauce.

The filling is in a freshly baked pie shell with a lid of the puff pastry and ends with chilli glaze.

Painters can get their hands on alternate pies after 3 p.m. daily.

Other mouth-watering items include smoked biscuits and macaroni, salt and pepper pork pie and even the Book Fast BBQ Hunter’s chicken pie.

In a Facebook post, the butcher’s shop posted a picture of his latest creation that made foodies cry.

This post has 660 likes and over 1000 comments, many of whom want to travel the Northeast.

One person commented: “I have one, they’re great.”

Another said: “I put on 2 pounds because of this beauty.”

Another said: “Heaven in a pie.”


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The gut buster includes a double chicken burger, two hash browns, curry sauce and cheese.

The garnished burger looks cool with piles of sauce, and has caught the attention of hungry tick-tock customers.

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