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Old 05-28-2011, 12:00 PM   #161
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I've got to stop reading this thread...I want one of these!

How big are the pies?
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Old 05-28-2011, 02:25 PM   #162
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4 inches, the size of individual pot pies. They hold 1/3 cup of filling.

I'm working on my oyster pie recipe in my head.
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Old 05-30-2011, 12:10 AM   #163
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Chocolate Pies

The chocolate pies could have chilled a little longer before I cut into them.
All in all everything's still good. I can't go back and edit one of my posts.
That's ok to make it easier I'll just add what we had for dinner.Beef pot pies, to this one.
It's a long trek back through many pages to find it. This thread's getting insane.



Chocolate pies

1 Package of Jello-O. Cook and serve pudding mix.
Follow the cooking directions on the box.
Remove from the stove just as it begins to thicken. Keep it covered. Set aside.

Make a batch of the base crust. You will need to double the recipe and use the same recipe for the top.

Pie Crust Recipe Base:
For the bottom base:
2 Cups AP flour
3/4 Cup Lard
1 Teaspoon of salt
5 to 6 Tablespoons of ice water.

Make the glaze ( Mine needs help )
But here you go anyways.

1 Cup powdered sugar
2 Tablespoons milk
Mix it until smooth. Set aside

Preheat the pie maker

Add the bottom crust to each section. Press it in.
Add 1/3 C of the Chocolate pudding
Place the top crust on.

Bake 15-20 minutes. Remove them to a wired rack
Brush on the glaze while the pies are luke warm.




Beef Pot Pie.
Needed a little more gravy.
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Old 05-30-2011, 10:20 AM   #164
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Munky, the chocolate pies look yummy! I've attempted to keep up with this thread and don't think I've seen mention of this: would sugar cookie dough work for crusts? anyone tried?
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Old 05-30-2011, 11:19 AM   #165
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Yummy, yummy!

Those look great Munky!
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Old 05-30-2011, 11:32 AM   #166
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Oyster Pot Pies

I haven't made these, yet. Need some feedback.

Puff pastry for bottoms and tops.

1/2 cup diced onion
1/2 cup diced carrot
1/2 cup diced celery
2 Tablespoons butter
2 Tablespoons flour
Sea salt and pepper to taste or 1 teaspoon Old Bay Seasoning
8 oysters (jarred, drained, save liquor)

Saute veggies in butter until carrots are soft, stir in flour and cook two minutes. Stir in oyster liquor and enough water to make a gravy. Add oysters to gravy and heat through.

Prepare bottom crusts, place in pie maker. Lay two oysters in each pie, top with a little gravy and veggies. Place tops on, seal and cook.

How does this sound? Any additions or omissions?
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Old 05-30-2011, 12:18 PM   #167
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Munky, the chocolate pies look yummy! I've attempted to keep up with this thread and don't think I've seen mention of this: would sugar cookie dough work for crusts? anyone tried?
Well I shouldn't be surprised to see that this morning those chocolate pies are gone. BTW the recipe makes 11 of them. I hope somebody and they know who THEY are gets a belly ache. Yeah once again I missed out!

Apparently you can use cookie doughs. What luck!
Here's a few links. Look what Pillsbury made? Almost identical to our pies.. So it can't be all bad.

Nasoya Strawberry Cream Pie With Sugar Cookie Crust Recipe - Food.com - 394872

Strawberry Sugar Cookie-Stuffed Pies from Pillsbury.com

Have fun.

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Old 05-30-2011, 12:37 PM   #168
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I haven't made these, yet. Need some feedback.

Puff pastry for bottoms and tops.

1/2 cup diced onion
1/2 cup diced carrot
1/2 cup diced celery
2 Tablespoons butter
2 Tablespoons flour
Sea salt and pepper to taste or 1 teaspoon Old Bay Seasoning
8 oysters (jarred, drained, save liquor)

Saute veggies in butter until carrots are soft, stir in flour and cook two minutes. Stir in oyster liquor and enough water to make a gravy. Add oysters to gravy and heat through.

Prepare bottom crusts, place in pie maker. Lay two oysters in each pie, top with a little gravy and veggies. Place tops on, seal and cook.

How does this sound? Any additions or omissions?
Sounds great to me.. I'm on my way..

Here's a few more recipes, thought you might like. Just with a slight variation to yours.

Oyster Stew Recipe - Saveur.com

http://cookingnorthofseattle.com/OysterPotPie.html

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Munky, the chocolate pies look yummy! I've attempted to keep up with this thread and don't think I've seen mention of this: would sugar cookie dough work for crusts? anyone tried?
Hi Callie, looks good huh sugar cookie dough does sound good. Im in the hospital with pneumonia and they thought I'd had another stroke but I fooled them no new stroke and I'm getting better. wanted you to know
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Thank you, Munk, for the links. I think a roll of sugar cookie dough (and oatmeal? possibly chocolate chip?), sliced and flattened will make tasty crusts for sweets!
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