Chilean Meat Pie

Chilean Meat Pie created by 2Bleu

This pie is a little different there is no crust the binding is the corn pureed. It has a little bit of a kick to it but very good a flavorful.

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1hr 10mins
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  • In heavy skillet, brown the meat drain off the fat and remove.
  • to a 3 - 4 quart casserole dish and set aside.
  • Add oil to the skillet and saute onion, chile, cumin, paprika, salt, pepper and oregano.
  • Add the sauteed mixture to the meat and mix.
  • Arrange the olives over the top.
  • Put corn, milk, and sugar in blender and puree.
  • Heat a bit of oil in a skillet, add pureed corn and simmer until the corn mixture starts to thicken.
  • Pour this mixture over the meat mixture.
  • Bake in 350 degree oven for 45 to 60 minutes or until top is brown.
  • Remove from oven and let sit for 10 minutes before serving.
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"This pie is a little different there is no crust the binding is the corn pureed. It has a little bit of a kick to it but very good a flavorful."

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  1. windhorse23
    I chose this recipe because I'm doing my own private Zaar World Tour. It's hard for me to review, since I only had a taste. My family of 5 men ate it up and had mixed reactions. Overall they seemed to like it, some saying it was "really good" and others so-so. I couldn't find aji panca chiles so I used a combination of other chiles including chipotle as another reviewer suggested. I don't think it really made six servings, and it took a bit longer than the 10 minutes of prep time. I think the sugar could have easily been eliminated in the corn crust. Thanks for posting.
  2. 2Bleu
    Chilean Meat Pie Created by 2Bleu
  3. 2Bleu
    I made 1 serving of this for Buddha and he raved about it! My prep was a bit different, I saute'd the meat with the onion and spices all together. I then placed it into our little 5" springorm pan. I processed the corn until it was thick (about 1 minute) so there was no need to heat it to thicken. This made for a very simple meat pie recipe. Buddha loved the sweetness from the corn mixed with the heat of ground Chipolte that I used in lieu of aji panca chile. I was out of olives, but he said it would probably taste great with the olives, and perhaps some chopped jalepeno too. Thanks for a great recipe. :)
  4. cooks-alot
    Excellent recipe. seems easy enough. We will use it again. sandy
  5. Marlitt
    This pie is a little different there is no crust the binding is the corn pureed. It has a little bit of a kick to it but very good a flavorful.
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