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    Meat Pies, Pasties, Pastries.

    I love meat filled pastries because they are so convienent when your on the go. If a recipe calls for Filo dough or refridgerated dough I usually pick a dough recipe from one of my favorite meat pies and use that. Making the dough is half the fun so I dont like to cheat and get store bought. There also no stores near me that sell ready dough items so that may be it too lol. Enjoy. Oh, I also mix and match some recipes and carmalized onions is usually a great addition to meat pastries, yum. If there is a recipe in this cookbook that is an open faced sandwich then it is a recipe I normally make into a meat pie instead of using the regular bread (I do realize I am a bit obsessed with this topic, thnks). I have great luck with freezing most of these too. Try the beirocks they are the best :D
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    These patties have a lovely blend of Indian spices, with a soft, almost-creamy interior and a crispy coating. You can sandwich them between burgers for a nutritious vegetarian burger, or dip them into a green chutney. I have not included it in the recipe but I really REALLY suggest adding about 1/4cup cooked soft chana dal to the patties - the firm texture of the chana against the soft texture of the patties is wonderful.

    Recipe #128466

    Many years ago while on vacation in Munich, Germany, I stopped in a bakery for a snack. The pastry I had has stayed at the back of my mind for about 10 years now. This is my attempt at re-creating it. It is still kind-of a work in process, so please feel free to add more sugar or lemon juice as you like.

    Recipe #117649

    1 Reviews |  By WJKing

    These are SO good! My family doesn't even LIKE cabbage but LOVES these! ENJOY!

    Recipe #77434

    Unique and tasty meal-buns may be frozen after cooking for great make-ahead lunch. Save prep time by purchasing pre-packaged shredded cabbage from your local produce market. Recipe is for four sandwiches-however, I make six smaller sandwiches and find them more enjoyable.

    Recipe #50809

    Out of the Dutch Allerhande magazine

    Recipe #335366

    This is so easy to make, but everybody loves it. I found it in a magazine a few months ago and have made it quite a few times since. They are nice eaten hot or cold, so ideal to take on a picnic. If I make them for a picnic I usually make them half the size. The coriander in this recipe refers to fresh coriander leaves/cilantro.

    Recipe #96489

    From allrecipes.com. I haven't tried them yet.

    Recipe #373127

    12 Reviews |  By Manami

    Ground beef wrapped in crescents gets all spiced up, Jamaican style. Found this on the Pillsbury site recipe by Diane Joyce Phillips from Va. in the 2002 bake-off. We have them a lot down here and I like this crust better - no lard ! This is my first recipe I am at your mercy !

    Recipe #137477

    A veggie version of my corned beef pasties, these can also be served hot or cold as a picnic or for lunch.

    Recipe #242526

    This is the best savory vegetarian pie I have ever made! Found it online a couple of months ago. I'm watching what I'm eating, and the whole-wheat crust got me interested...Add some fresh chives to the recipe for even more flavor!

    Recipe #214749

    9 Reviews |  By Annie H

    Meal in a pizza crust. I love to make a huge batch of these with 3-4 different fillings, freeze them, and pack a few in the husband's lunch. The pizza crust is one my mom has used for years, and the fillings come from playing around with my favorite things to eat.

    Recipe #69122

    I LOVE these. I make them and can't stop eating them. Even like to eat them cold out of the fridge. I don't like making them much , they are a tad time consuming! But Mmm!! Prep time includes the dough rising and rolling out and filling to the best of my ability. And the amount you get ... who knows!!! It depends on if you make them small or larger.

    Recipe #86932

    2 Reviews |  By Alskann

    Growing up as a young girl, my best friend's mom would make these. She was born in Finland and came over to America as a young girl and was raised in Ishpeming, Michigan. The family migrated out west after she married and had her own family. Her kitchen always had the most wonderful aroma of good things baking. Her pasties and braided bread were the best!

    Recipe #234796

    1 Reviews |  By peachez

    Fast, easy and filling for those hectic nights. I pick up the meat, cheese and pickles in the deli case. Have frozen bread dough on hand. Prep time also includes thawing time for the dough.

    Recipe #47149

    Recipe #39649

    5 Reviews |  By WJKing

    These are a really nice variation on a lunch sandwich. Our boys gobble these up! (they are ages 5 & 4) We enjoy these with a bowl of soup or served with salad. ENJOY!

    Recipe #52901

    Recipe #162771

    Great dinner or brunch dish. Make tomato gravy to serve alongside.

    Recipe #60976

    We saw this on Rachael Ray's 30 Minute meals. My DH got a sparkle in his eye and a big grin on his face. He even helped me make it last night for dinner. Now if your expecting a Steak and Baked Potato you are sadly mistaken. Its a great dish. Simple and tasty. A comfort dish for a cold winter night. Season according to taste.

    Recipe #280346

    2 Reviews |  By Olha

    Shchedryi Vechir or Generous Eve is the spirited Ukrainian celebration of New Year's Eve. In some regions of Ukraine, the celebration is held on the eve of the Feast of St. Basil on January 14th. It other areas, the New Year's Eve celebration doesn't occur until the eve of the Feast of Jordan on January 19th. No matter when it arrives, it's a feast of fun, and hearty fare is in demand. This recipe is served on many a Ukrainian holiday table. Why not try it with your celebrations this holiday season?

    Recipe #90895

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