Taste of Mexico Pie

Taste of Mexico Pie created by vrvrvr

Inspired by a cheeseburger pie recipe clipped from a magazine,I made this up while hungry for tacos. I didn't have any taco shells, so I used pie crust.

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1hr 5mins
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  • Brown hamburger and onion, until meat is no longer pink.
  • Drain off fat.
  • Add green pepper, corn and jalapeños; stir.
  • Add envelope of taco seasoning and the amount of water the envelope calls for.
  • Simmer until thick.
  • Add salsa and stir.
  • Line a pie plate with 1/2 crust pastry.
  • Pour in hamburger mixture.
  • Top with cheese and sliced olives.
  • Place remaining half of crust pastry on top and seal edges.
  • Cut several slits into top of crust for steam to escape.
  • Bake at 350°F for 45 minutes until crust is golden.
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"Inspired by a cheeseburger pie recipe clipped from a magazine,I made this up while hungry for tacos. I didn't have any taco shells, so I used pie crust."
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  1. vrvrvr
    Taste of Mexico Pie Created by vrvrvr
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  2. vrvrvr
    Taste of Mexico Pie Created by vrvrvr
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  3. vrvrvr
    Heaven on a plate. I made pie crust from scratch. I didn't have taco seasoning, so I used a little Goya Sazon seasoning along with cumin and basil, then mixed in a little flour dissolved in chicken broth. Things thickened up just fine. I gave the pie 10 minutes to set up once removed from the oven. We couldn't stop eating this! So delicious. Went well with a big salad and pinto bean saute. This one is a winner!
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  4. Mark H.
    This is a great recipe. The filling would actually be good wrapped in a flour tortilla, but then you wouldn't get the pie crust. I used about a pound and half of meat, but instead of using additional taco seasoning, I just added some of my own chili powder, cumin, and salt. This will definately be made again.
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  5. Mark H.
    This is a great recipe. The filling would actually be good wrapped in a flour tortilla, but then you wouldn't get the pie crust. I used about a pound and half of meat, but instead of using additional taco seasoning, I just added some of my own chili powder, cumin, and salt. This will definately be made again.
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