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Appetizer Meat Pies

Appetizer Meat Pies created by lets.eat

These have been an old faithful for the last few years. Everyone loves them and they are good hot or cold. The recipe came from a friends family cook book. During the holidays I keep a batch in the freezer and when unexpected guests or a spur of the moment get together happens I haul them out and reheat them. Enjoy!

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55mins
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directions

  • Combine all ingrediants well.
  • Trim crusts from the bread.
  • Butter the slices and place butter side down into muffin tins.
  • You have to push them in gently from the edges of the bread.
  • Fill with meat mixture and bake at 350 degrees for 35-45 minutes.
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"These have been an old faithful for the last few years. Everyone loves them and they are good hot or cold. The recipe came from a friends family cook book. During the holidays I keep a batch in the freezer and when unexpected guests or a spur of the moment get together happens I haul them out and reheat them. Enjoy!"
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  1. Lindas Busy Kitchen
    I bet these would be great using phylo dough instead of the bread...
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  2. Lindas Busy Kitchen
    I bet these would be great using phylo dough instead of the bread...
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  3. lets.eat
    Appetizer Meat Pies Created by lets.eat
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  4. lets.eat
    This was just on the dry side, but was enjoyed non-the less. I think this would be great not really served as a 'hand' held, but to have a cheese sauce poured over. Thank You for sharing!
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  5. BW Morgan
    These have been an old faithful for the last few years. Everyone loves them and they are good hot or cold. The recipe came from a friends family cook book. During the holidays I keep a batch in the freezer and when unexpected guests or a spur of the moment get together happens I haul them out and reheat them. Enjoy!
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