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Really, really good. Up the veggie and good for you quotient by adding chopped carrots or frozen peas. I realize some kids won't eat veggies, but disguised in this, they will. Really excellent. P
This was AMAZING and so so easy!! I have made meat pies in the past, but this is the first one that allows all ingredients to go in RAW - woo hoo! So nice and fast!
I cooked them at 400 degrees for 30 minutes and they were delicious - thanks so much for a great recipe!
This is a great recipe! I have made it as written and dressed it up according to what I have on hand. This is family friendly and good to make ahead then pop into oven before picking everyone up from various activities and practices. Thank you!
LOVED this....very easy to make and tasty. I had plenty of meat and potatoes leftover, next time I'll get more pie crusts. Picky eater husband has given permission for me to make this again! Very good!
This is really good!!DH and Uncle loved it...Is really simple to prepare and it hardly takes any time if you don't have to make your own pie crust. The only change I did was used seasoning salt instead of normal salt.
GOOD...OHHH sooo GOOD!
Are you kidding me? Nobody has reviewed this yet? Some recipes deserve more than 5 stars and I would give this one more if it were possible. I was put out that St. Paddy's Day landed on a Friday this year, since Friday is our Nieghbor Get-Together night when we have "finger foods." Corned Beef & Cabbage doesn't work, so I decided to try and replicate something from an Irish restaurant we love called Forfar Bridies. I served these with a Country Gravy for dipping (not needed at all), and they were fabulous! I can now rival our Irish restaurant thanks to Brandon's Mommy...and HER Mommy! Thanks so much for a keeper recipe that I will use again and again!