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Old 08-27-2012, 09:17 PM   #131
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OMG! Munky!!! Those look fantastic! I am just shy some sausage, mozzarella. bread, tomatoes, onions...
And pie!
I ate yours, sorry they were too tasty. It hit the spot.

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Old 08-28-2012, 06:41 AM   #132
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I just finished reading all 14 pages of this fun post! (while DH sleeps in this AM), collecting recipes in a computer file.

Great recipes, thanks everyone! I might consider a Breville....my hubby LOVES pies of all sorts, and it seems a nifty packet to eat.
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Old 08-31-2012, 06:57 AM   #133
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Chopped Onions
Chopped Pepperoni
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Mix all together in bowl with marinara sauce to moisten. Preheat pie maker, place a piece of parchment paper in the bottom, add bottom crust, 1/3 cup of pizza mix, add top crust and top parchment paper. Close and bake until top is golden.
I love the sound of this one
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Old 08-31-2012, 07:01 AM   #134
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Old 09-07-2012, 04:20 PM   #135
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I know the dates on these posts are older but hopefully still get looked at. I have a question regarding the mini pies. I just purchased the mini pie baker and cannot wait to use it. My question is can you make pumpkin pies in it? I've never made a pumpkin pie but. . . .
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Old 09-07-2012, 08:55 PM   #136
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Yes, you can make pumpkin pie in them.

Welcome to DC.

There is also a Sweet mini pie thread.
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Old 09-08-2012, 04:09 AM   #137
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Yes, you can make pumpkin pie in them.

Welcome to DC.

There is also a Sweet mini pie thread.
I knew you would answer this one. I was going to as I vaguely remember someone make a quiche in their pie maker. But I wasn't really sure. Another senior moment.
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Old 09-08-2012, 09:53 PM   #138
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I don't usually eat leftover fish. However, we didn't eat all the salmon fillets yesterday (there were 5). So I took the other 3, patted them dry, dipped them in flour, then in buttermilk, then in a mix of red curry sauce+a bit of ketchup+olive oil and then in panko bread crumbs, pan fried them in 1/2 butter, 1/2 olive oil. I'm think salmon mini pies with a whole wheat crust....a cream sauce, some capers...baby carrots....thoughts?
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I don't usually eat leftover fish. However, we didn't eat all the salmon fillets yesterday (there were 5). So I took the other 3, patted them dry, dipped them in flour, then in buttermilk, then in a mix of red curry sauce+a bit of ketchup+olive oil and then in panko bread crumbs, pan fried them in 1/2 butter, 1/2 olive oil. I'm think salmon mini pies with a whole wheat crust....a cream sauce, some capers...baby carrots....thoughts?
The whole wheat crust would not be my choice, but the filling, absolutely. My mother used to make creamed salmon. And I loved it. How about some peas in there also. They would add more color.
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The whole wheat crust would not be my choice, but the filling, absolutely. My mother used to make creamed salmon. And I loved it. How about some peas in there also. They would add more color.
My whole wheat pastry is to die for--very light and flaky. I prefer it over my AP pastry. I have frozen peas from the garden--was thinking of adding those. I was thinking of adding some diced tomato as well since I still have tomatoes up to my....but, I might end up with more filling than pastry...I guess I could always make more pastry. Would you blind bake the bottom crust for a bit before filling them?
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