Thursday, September 6, 2012

Recipe 26: Chinese Meat Pie

So yeah, lets take it off with it nao... Chinese meat pie, its a very nice snack or eaterie to get in China or here at ya local Chinatown...

1. Get some chicken or some pork or some duck... mince it or dice it or cube it, get it in a pan/skillet or cookin tool, cook it up in a preheated some kinda pan/skillet... or stove, must be preheated (350-375 celsius...)

2. Get some dough or flour, salt it or pepper it... cook it or fry it or BBQ it, in a pan too (preheated 350-75 stove)... separetely...

3. Mix it up altogether with the chicken, pork or duck meat... put it or get it inside,,, (the meat inside the dough or flour...) add in some spices or savory herbs too if or just in case ya so wish (oregano, thyme, aneth, or whateva... like Chinese or Thai ones alon the lines of the cumin, garlic.... or similar to the curry, some onions... cut in or get in some shallots too...

4. Make some waves on top of it (with ya fingertips)... close it thus or so at least...

5. Ya could make it sweet too, it would depend on ya tastes really or honestly: add or throw in some green or red beans or sesame sauce or peanut butter sauces in thar or in it...

So yeah, how ya feel about it? Tasted it? Comments bout them? How would ya rate it? Thumbs up or down them?

Pork Pie Salty


Red Bean Pie or Tart







18 comments:

idrivethetaxi said...

never had anything like that but it sounds very interesting

Naiwen said...

should have a got at it eh?

zoldos said...

I didn't think the Chinese made meat pie! hehehe

Naiwen said...

yeah they do, surprised or stumped eh? but its quite appetizin or scrumptious.

Kalaborative said...

Me neither, good recipe. Now about the oven , did you say 300 something degrees CELSIUS?! That's ridiculously hot! And what if my oven is in fahrenheit? :(
Anyways, looks interesting. Can't wait to try it one day.

Demonskeith said...

I have to say, that tart looks pretty good. I wouldn't mind making that.

wyldeflower said...

Good recipe looks very filling

Discuss Pets said...

This is a pretty good recipe as well, and I would make it...but I don't eat pork lol.

Naiwen said...

thanks for throwin flowers or compliments at me for it... would ya try to make it?

Hotspot said...

I've heard of this recipe before, but I've never seen it.

Naiwen said...

never sampled it nor tasted them ya meant?

Kaynil said...

Well, that's an interesting twist. I would like to try the red bean sweet one.
I hope I can own an oven soon so I can try this with pork and some of your past recipes.

Naiwen said...

yeah,i'll up a bun of meat or sweet up next...

Daisy said...

The pies look tasty, especially the tart. I'd like to try it.

Naiwen said...

I'd urge ya to in fact...

Wayne Miller said...

Chinese meat pie looks like Chinese mini calzone. I love this recipe. It's easy to make, you can use any kind of meat you like and spice it however you want. It doesn't get better than that!



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ramtastic05 said...

Meat in pie? That is the best thing I heard of in a long time.
Thanks

Naiwen said...

ya should try it then or its a must for ya? XDDD