Put pork in a pie or top it with paprika. Flavor it with apples or cranberries. Make it the centerpiece of the meal for family night or a guest menu. Perfect for fall feasting, it is more versatile that you think.
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Need receipe for “Special Meat Pie Pastry”, please.
This is a recipe I looked up in the Yankee files, it should be the one to go with the meat pie:
Special Meat Pie Pastry Recipe
Yield: Makes a 9-inch 2-crust pie.
Use also for Canadian Pork Pie, Quiche Lorraine, and Veal and Ham Pie.
4 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup lard
1/3 cup butter
3 tablespoons milk
2 tablespoons water
Sift the flour and salt together. Cut in one half of the lard until pieces are the size of peas.
Bring the remaining lard, butter, milk and water to a boil. With a wooden spoon, stir half the hot mixture into the flour. Then blend in one egg, beaten, and the remain-ing hot mixture. Handling lightly, knead until smooth. Let stand 10 minutes to cool slightly.
Roll on a lightly floured board to 1/4-inch thickness. Beat the remaining egg and brush over the top of the pie before baking.
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You’ll find the Special Meat Pie Pastry included with the Canadian Pork Pie recipe. Thanks for copying it here for those who missed it.
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