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HAMBURGER-PIE(M)         USENET Cookbook         HAMBURGER-PIE(M)

HAMBURGER PETAL PIE

     HAMBURGER-PIE - A quick hamburger dish

     I got this recipe from Judy Halter who got it from her sis-
     ter.

INGREDIENTS (serves 5)
     1 cup     chopped onion
     1 cup     chopped green pepper
     1/2 clove garlic, crushed
     2 Tbsp    vegetable oil
     1 1/2 lb  hamburger
     1/3 cup   water
     1 tsp     salt
     1/4 tsp   pepper
     1 Tbsp    Worcestershire sauce
     2 Tbsp    flour
     1         egg, slightly beaten
     1 lb      canned biscuits

PROCEDURE
          (1)  Sauté the onion, green pepper and garlic in the
               oil until tender then add the beef and cook until
               brown all over.

          (2)  Dump out the grease and add about 1/3 cup of
               water.  Add the worchestershire sauce, salt,
               pepper and flour.  Simmer until the juice thick-
               ens.

          (3)  Separate the biscuits and brush the edges with the
               egg.  Put the biscuits against the sides and bot-
               tom of a pie plate so it is completely covered.

          (4)  Stir the rest of the egg into the meat mixture and
               then spoon the meat into the pie shell.  If you
               wish you can garnish with a few tomato wedges.

          (5)  Bake in a pre-heated oven at 450 deg. F for about
               8 to 10 minutes.  The biscuits should be slightly
               browned.

NOTES
     This gets its name because the biscuits around the edge puff
     up to look like the petals around the center of a sunflower.
     This is a great bachelor meal because you can come in from
     work and make it without much effort, time or dish washing.
     You can play with different spices to change the flavor.
     Some of my friends like to put cheese on top before baking
     it.

     If you live outside North America, remember that a biscuit
     is a scone.

RATING
     Difficulty: easy.  Time: 10 minutes preparation, 10 minutes
     cooking Precision: Approximate measurement OK.

CONTRIBUTOR
     Pat Caudill
     Tektronix, Inc., Portland, Oregon, USA
     patc@tekcrl.TEK.COM
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