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Swiss Cheese Onion Pie

Swiss Cheese Onion Pie created by giger.c

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1hr 15mins
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  • Fry onions in butter until soft (transparent) let cool.
  • Mix eggs, cheese, milk, salt & pepper with the cooled onions.
  • Fill two 9" uncooked pie shells and bake for 15 minutes at 450°F degrees then at 350°F degrees for 30 minutes until a knife comes out clean.
  • May be eaten warm or cold.
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  1. giger.c
    Swiss Cheese Onion Pie Created by giger.c
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  2. Mina K.
    I have been making this recipe for about 25 years. EVERYone loves it every time. So simple, yet so delicious!
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  3. littleturtle
    This is good with a few cups of diced ham added with the cheese & onion.
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  4. Dewey Huss
    In 1950, I was discharged from the U.S.Navy and I went to work for a Swiss Bakery. One of the specialities we baked was "swiss cheese and onion pei". I have been hunting for the recipe for years. This recipe comes closer than any thing yet with a couple of exceptions. We added a small amount of RASS CASE, (german for sharp cheese) and we lined regular pie pans with yellow egg yeast dough. Kind of like a Swiss verson of piza. A cold beer and a hot slice of "Chese and onion pie" on a 115 deg. Las Vegas day, whats not to love. Can't waite to try this. Best 73s Dewey a1tinner@earthlink.net
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  5. timothy weiss
    useing baby swiss cheese makes it taste really good
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