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Guests will be floored that you made this delicious meat pie without any dough
It looks and tastes incredible!
Winona Thomas
06.08.21

Meat pies without dough?

One channel on YouTube named Lieblingrezepte shared online a fast, cheap, and easy recipe for making meat pies. A meat pie is a delicious and chunky pie filled with meat and other savory ingredients. Like any other pies, it is baked, fried, or deep-fried at a high temperature resulting in changes in the color of the pastry to a golden or brown color.

Heating at a high temperature greatly increases the pastry’s richness and flavor.

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Every cook has different techniques in cooking the pie. They need to achieve the pastry effect while cooking the meat inside that passes food regulations. The cooking strategy usually depends on the meat used because some meat with connective tissue can become more tender at high temperatures. Other meats become tough at higher temperatures while others precook the meat.

Meat pies can be traced back to the day.

Meat pie is found in the Neolithic Period, around 9500 BC. Ancient Egyptians’ meals were basic pies made from oat, wheat, rye, and barley, and filled with honey and baked over hot coals. As for the Greeks, there are some similarities to the current meat pie. They also used a flour-water paste that resembles a pie pastry and filled it with meat.

Eventually, pastry became a common dish in medieval times. By the turn of the 14th century, it was called a “pye” or “pie”. There were some people who improved the pie. The French and Italians redefined the pastry of the pie. They made them tastier by adding butter, rolling, and folding the dough.

Nevertheless, you can always cook meat pie in an easy way.

This channel shared a beginner’s guide to cooking meat pie. You will need to prepare the ingredients first. Here are the ingredients:

  • Bread
  • (1 cup) 250 ml of milk or vegetable milk
  • (12 oz) 350 g minced meat
  • 1/2 onion
  • 4 eggs
  • Mozzarella cheese
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Butter for greasing the pan

Once you have the ingredients, let’s start cooking!

The first step is to cut a loaf of bread into tiny round pieces.

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You will be needing them in the later part.

Next is to grease the pan with butter oil.

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Pour 1/2 cup of milk or vegetable milk in a bowl and dip the loaf of bread inside.

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Place them on the greased pan and arrange them in a way that fills the whole pan.

Start cutting an onion then prepare the meat.

Mix a 12oz meat with salt, pepper, and onions. Always wash your hands before you start mixing the meat and ingredients.

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Once it is nicely mixed, start taking a spoonful of meat and place them inside the bread.

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Fill all the bread with meat. Think about it as the meat for your burgers where you place them on the bread.

Crack four eggs and mix 1/3 cup of cow milk or vegetable milk.

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Start mixing them until it achieves a watery and liquid substance. It’s so satisfying watching the milk and eggs mix together.

Pour the mixture into the pan.

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Bake it at 360 degrees Celsius for 35-40 minutes.

After 35-40 minutes, open the oven and add mozzarella cheese to your delicious pie.

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Bake it again for another 5 minutes.

You finally have a delicious meat pie!

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See? You don’t need to worry about not winging a meat pie. All you need are these ingredients, a helpful step, and a determination to serve the tastiest meat pie.

Watch the video below for the full recipe.

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By Winona Thomas
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Winona Thomas is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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