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Making meat pies #8444926 11/11/21 12:15 AM
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Who makes meat pies, and what kind of press do you use?

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I do, I’ve made fried meat pies. I use egg & a fork to seal them.

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We have made meat pies in the past, but never used a press. A 6 inch circle of pie dough one half filled with meat, the other half flipped over to cover it. Sealed with egg and pinched together. Baked or fired.


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Meat pie is just another name for an Empanada right? I do what skinner mentioned. Close with a fork, but I don't use any egg. you can also roll the edges with your finger if you have some reason for it to look fancy. I make a lot of empanadas. Dove popper empanadas, mango/chipotle duck empanadas, brisket, etc. I've never heard of a press but after a quick google search I would think a fork would be easier. You can hold all the ingredients in while you close it.

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I just buy the premade empanada dough rounds at HEB, then as mentioned above, a little egg/water water, crimp with a fork. The I will bake or fry them.


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We use these over a camp fire. Use bread or tortillas. Quick and tasty.

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Originally Posted by Thisisbeer
Meat pie is just another name for an Empanada right?


Yes Sir. Empanada en Espanol, meat pies in Louisiana and pretty much everywhere else. I like to use seasoned ground venison or feral pork (or mixed), onions/garlic/peppers/green onions etc with lots of pepper jack. Also picadillo is a great filler.

Yours look great BTW. cheers

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Originally Posted by tailchaser93
Who makes meat pies, and what kind of press do you use?


We make 6-10 doz each Christmas Season for various friends and such. I bought a 3 press kit from Amazon a couple of yrs back and they do a very good job. Got int Natchitoches Meat Pies many years ago and our kids really enjoy them.

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Thisisbeer, those look fantastic, bet they're good cold, up in a tree.

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I like mine sweet, pineapples filling, pumpkin, Canales, etc. YUMMY

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