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Old 01-21-2012, 12:07 PM   #481
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Resistance is futile. :). You must have one.
Alas, you are so right. Will have Son #1 take me to BB&B to purchase one next week.
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Old 01-21-2012, 12:31 PM   #482
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Alas, you are so right. Will have Son #1 take me to BB&B to purchase one next week.
You go girl!!! I am so proud! You won't be sorry. I had little breakfast pies this morning. Crescent roll crust with eggs inside. Yum.
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Old 01-21-2012, 12:42 PM   #483
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You go girl!!! I am so proud! You won't be sorry. I had little breakfast pies this morning. Crescent roll crust with eggs inside. Yum.
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do you have the cook book formthe pie maker? I just love mine it gives me so many ideas.
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Old 01-21-2012, 01:03 PM   #484
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Old 01-21-2012, 01:36 PM   #485
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do you have the cook book formthe pie maker? I just love mine it gives me so many ideas.
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Just the one that came with it. I should research and find out if there are more books out there.
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Old 01-21-2012, 02:05 PM   #486
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You already have all the cookbooks you need...the only thing in is the timing and don't fill the pies with more than 1/4 cup of filling. The choices in crust and filling are limited only by your imagination.

Less time is needed with pre-cooked ingredients, just long enough to heat through and brown up the crust.
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Old 01-21-2012, 02:31 PM   #487
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I couldn't afford to purchase both in the same month. But I find that I do have some extra money left for that pie maker.
Just a thought I have a Bella Pie Maker from Kohl's not as expensive as the Breville and works great for me.
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Old 01-21-2012, 02:33 PM   #488
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Sure...
I cooked up some minute steaks and chopped up the meat, then I put cut up red and yellow bell peppers and red onion in the pan the meat was in and cooked until just tender. Next I cut out the circles for the top and bottom crusts out of sandwich bread and buttered the outside of each piece.
In each pie I piled in meat, peppers, onion, and mozzarella cheese. They cooked about seven minutes I think. You could use whatever you have on hand. I am sure you could use any bell peppers, and some would say you should use cheese wiz or some other kind of cheese, but like I said I used what I had in the house.
Oh YUMMY will save this recipe for sure and try!! Thanks for posting!
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Question for you all, I want to make chicken pot pies, I have chicken gravy not broth, if I mix all my ingredients, chicken, veggies, gravy together first in bowl after cooked thru, will the gravy be too heavy? I would be using pie crust so a lil thicker or my crisco crust I make.
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Question for you all, I want to make chicken pot pies, I have chicken gravy not broth, if I mix all my ingredients, chicken, veggies, gravy together first in bowl after cooked thru, will the gravy be too heavy? I would be using pie crust so a lil thicker or my crisco crust I make.
Your gravy should work fine. Make sure its nice and thick. You don't want anything "runny" in your pie. I use cornstarch to thicken my gravy that goes into my pies.
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