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Impossible Pie

quiche-like dish served piping hot or cold.when you pour it into your dish,you look at it and think that its impossible it would ever become a pie,hence its name

Impossible Pie

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serve hot with steamed vegies,and maybe a garlic/herb bread.serve cold with salad.pack for lunches or picnics.great for when the cupboards bare or visitors surprise you

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Posted by Philippa Wightman • 5y ago • Report
A friend gave me the recipe about 30 odd years ago - hers also included (onion, grated), 1 cup grated potato, 1 grated carrot, 1 finely sliced capsicum (bell pepper), small florets of broccoli and 1/2 cup sliced spring onions/green onions/shallots. She suggested melting the butter (or substituting oil). With the additional ingredients, especially potato, increase oven temp to 200Deg and bake 45-50 mins. A really sneaky way to get extra vegies into young ones!
Thanks for posting Trina! They may be oldies, but they are goodies!
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