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Junk Pie

After raising my four children, I am now "down" to one (and one who keeps coming back!) My daughter and I don't eat meat, so it's always a challenge to come up with good, fast, healthy, and yummy meals. I made this concoction last night, and it's a hit! I call it Junk Pie

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In a pie plate, spread some sauce, Burger crumbles made from soy, then layer cooked pasta of your choice, Asiago cheese, some leftover cream of mushroom soup, (thinned with rice milk), more pasta, a little sauce, a different cheese. Top with some (quickly cooked in the microwave) broccoli florets, some sauce, and cheese. Bake in preheated oven (300 degrees F) for about 20 minutes. Remove, let cool a bit, then serve with a salad, and a favorite bread. It's delicious! And you can use whatever you have on hand, other veggies, or different kinds of cheeses, etc. Enjoy!

By Sue from Oneonta, NY

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By tone (Guest Post)
January 16, 20070 found this helpful

Always nice to see a vegetarian recipe! Looks good. Thanks so much for sharing. I will definitely have to try something like this :)

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