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EatingWell Meat Pie

September/October 2012

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (10 votes)

Traditionally meat pie recipes are made with mostly ground pork. This recipe for French-Canadian meat pie, or tourtiere, is lightened up by using lean ground beef with a little ground pork for flavor and bulked up with plenty of shredded vegetables. You can make it even easier by using a store-bought crust.


EatingWell Meat Pie Recipe

4 Reviews for EatingWell Meat Pie

06/02/2014
Anonymous
Pie was good but took too long to make.

It took me 4 hours total to make this pie. It was good, but what's not good that includes beef, pork, onions, etc.

Tasty pie that came out well.
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12/20/2012
Anonymous
Really Great!

This meat pie tastes just like the ones my father-in-law used to make! I can't wait for the family to try it.

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09/21/2012
Anonymous
Beautiful Presentation

Looks great, easy to serve, versatile for main dish or "pot luck", leftovers good for light lunch

Tasty, healthy, easy to transport
Posted on Facebook !
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09/21/2012
Anonymous
Beautiful Pie

It was worth the work. I just made it to "try" the recipe. I will make it again for company, or to take somewhere for a contribution to a party.

Delicious
I posted it on facebook !
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