Chili cheese pies
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Because my new phone rocks, and because I heart Liz of a Belle, a Bean and a Chicago dog
I’m linking up for iPhone photo phun.
I made chili on Tuesday. Yummy turkey chili.
Now, I’m making personal chili pies. They are portable, cheesy and taste wonderful.
Place dough onto the pie maker. Any homemade or store-bought dough works.
Make sure the dough is slack, it needs room to move or it will break and you will be wearing the filling.
Trust me on this.
Add a pinch of cheese to the dough.
Don’t over fill the pies, or they will be drippy. Using the handles of the pie maker seal the pies.
Brush the tops with olive oil and make a few small slits in the tops of the pies.
Bake the pies @ 400 degrees F for 15-20 minutes.
These pies go beyond chili in a bowl, they go beyond chili and cornbread.
They are crispy, creamy and portable.
I bought the pie maker at Target. It was less than $5.
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