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Old 10-17-2013, 09:17 AM   #11
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Hamburger Onion Pie – 1959 Recipe Clipping | RecipeCurio.com

One of my favorite recipes. It was printed in an ad for Bisquick and looked so good I had to try it. It was the first real recipe I made. I still make it today, 54 years later.
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Old 10-17-2013, 12:47 PM   #13
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Italian wedding soup, which is very much the same as Russian meatball soup. Pan fried hamburgers, meat pies, meat stuffed turnovers, cabbage rolls. I think list is endless.
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Old 10-17-2013, 02:35 PM   #15
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Oh yum! Haven't made them in a while. Do you make them in traditional pockets or in a 9x13 with the crust on top?
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Oh yum! Haven't made them in a while. Do you make them in traditional pockets or in a 9x13 with the crust on top?
I make them traditionally, with the side seam, and divided with desert in 1/3 and main filling in 2/3rds, with a divider between made from a thin wall of pastie dough. Dinner and desert in one delicious pastie.

My though for a ground beef idea, curried beef in fried won ton wrapper.

Brown ground beef with curry powder. Add a little milk, and cornstarch to make a thick curried beef gravy. Put a bit of the mixture into a wonton wrapper and fold all sides inward. Fry until golden brown. Sprinkle on a bit of cumin and red pepper. Serve hot with tzaziki sauce.

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Oh yum! Haven't made them in a while. Do you make them in traditional pockets or in a 9x13 with the crust on top?
I make them with left over roast beef cut in 1/4" cubes. In Pouches.
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Hamburger Onion Pie – 1959 Recipe Clipping | RecipeCurio.com

One of my favorite recipes. It was printed in an ad for Bisquick and looked so good I had to try it. It was the first real recipe I made. I still make it today, 54 years later.
Z, what a great site. Thank you for sharing. I have it marked in my "Favorites". When I am bored, I will be going back there again and again.
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Italian wedding soup, which is very much the same as Russian meatball soup. Pan fried hamburgers, meat pies, meat stuffed turnovers, cabbage rolls. I think list is endless.
I love the Wedding Soup, but with escarole not spinach as the updated recipes have. At my daughter's wedding, she had prime rib for the main course. But there was a large tureen of the Wedding Soup on every table. Our table sent the tureen back for a refill twice.
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One of my favorite recipes. It was printed in an ad for Bisquick and looked so good I had to try it. It was the first real recipe I made. I still make it today, 54 years later.
What a marvelous site. Thank you!
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