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R and D Report / Onion Pie

CharbonCharbon Posts: 222
edited 5:55AM in EggHead Forum
<p />Super pie. All the food groups: bacon, sausage, cheese. This ones a keeper. Spent an exhausting day watching womens doubles volley ball. A lot of spanking on spikes got me to thinking of how to improve upon Vidalia pie. Simple: Add Bacon and Sausage.
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  • Charbon,
    Looks and sounds awesome![p]Can you elaborate on the ingredients and procedures? I'm thinking further research might lead me in the direction of using pizza dough instead of pie crust, making it more of a mega deep dish 'za. [p]Hmmm.[p]bc

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    <p />Charbon,[p]I second the request for the recipe. Alittle fine tuning never hurts. I make the Larry Ward version with bacon & pepper jack added and love 'em[p]~thirdeye~

  • CharbonCharbon Posts: 222
    bc, I used deep dish frozen pie crust. skillet fried onions 1/2 lb bacon and 1/2 lb sausage. Put into shell topped with 3 beaten eggs and 1/2 cup sour cream. added cup of chedder and 1/2 cup of mozzerelle. Baked indirect at 400 for one hour. I would bet bread dough would be great. I think I would change the mix to make more Italian. Something like a pepper,onion,tomato, giant topless calzone?

  • Charbon,[p]Mmmm! I have some ideas; thank you![p]bc[p]
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