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Topic: Well, Since Y'all Asked So Nicely..., Instant Ground Beef Gravel Meat Pies.< Next Oldest | Next Newest >
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PostIcon Posted on: Feb. 26 2013, 9:41 pm  Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

Not quite instant, but close enough for me.

Ingredients:

Ready to Fill precooked tart cups / shells. (Or canape cups / shells) - Find these in the bread isle or the baking isle.

Some mini Babybel cheese. (Or those little real cheese singles.)

The Ground beef that you already seasoned, cooked, dehydrated, sealed and brought camping.


How to: Make.

Take some of your gravel and rehydrate it. Put it into the tart shells. Shred or slice the cheese and cover the top of the beef right to the edge of the tart shell. "Bake" in your cookpot for just long enough to melt the cheese. (A couple minutes.) Now eat.

Note: Use whatever seasoning you want for the beef, and whichever type of cheese you please.

How to: Eat.

Make chewing motions and direct food towards your face.   :p



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That sounds like some good stuff. I have some gravel in the refrig and may try that out.

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sounds like a bacon cheeseburger pie the finicky 10yr old would eat.

Nice tip!
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Oooooh! Just thought of a CRAZY good addition to the mini meat pies; layer the bottom and sides of the tart cups with shelf stable BACON! Cover the tart cups with 3 pieces of bacon crisscrossed over each other, then push the bacon down to the bottom so that the bottom and sides of the cup are baconised. NOW fill with the rehydrated beef gravel, then fold the rest of the bacon over the top of the ground beef.  The bacon can now be covered with the shredded cheese. Oh gawd, I think I need to be alone for a minute...

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You could make and put a layer of instant mashed potatoes on the beef under the cheese.

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Oooooh! Just thought of a CRAZY good addition to the mini meat pies; layer the bottom and sides of the tart cups with shelf stable BACON! Cover the tart cups with 3 pieces of bacon crisscrossed over each other, then push the bacon down to the bottom so that the bottom and sides of the cup are baconised. NOW fill with the rehydrated beef gravel, then fold the rest of the bacon over the top of the ground beef. áThe bacon can now be covered with the shredded cheese. Oh gawd, I think I need to be alone for a minute...

Cheers!

and then substitute gravel and put in bacon bits?
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