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Easiest Leftover Meat Pie Ever

First brown 1-2 lbs. of meat in a tsp of oil. I use venison but you can use beef, sausage, etc. While browning it, I add a chopped onion, and a few cloves of garlic chopped.


After everything is completely browned add what ever veggies you have left over. I like broccoli, carrots, corn and green beans but you can what ever you like.

Add about a cup of water or broth if you have it to the meat veggie mixture. Then add sour cream, shredded cheese, and a bit of flour to make it thick.

While the meat is browning you can make your biscuit mix. I have used bread dough as well. Either works great. Roll out until it is about 1/4 inch thick. I usually cook mine in a cake pan so I want it double the size of the pan because you will be folding it on itself.

Grease the bottom of the pan and place 1/2 of the dough rolled out onto the pan leaving the remaining attached but laying on the outside of pan. Put cooked meat mixture into the center of the dough and fold over the remaining dough. be sure to pinch around the edges as you don't want your insides to end up on your outside. Then cut a few slits in the top just to let out the steam. Cook in 350 degree F oven until browned.

My girls love this and the neat thing is you can add spinach, etc. and the kids will still love it. I have also used cream cheese in place of the sour cream. Very tasty and easy.

By Melissa from Pine City, NY

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