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The other day I was trying to figure out what to serve at a pre-New Year’s party.
What, you’ve never heard of such thing? Me neither… I just came up with it because I’m going to be working on New Year’s Eve, so I’ll just have to throw my own party a little early. Anyway, I wanted to find something that would be easy to make, even easier to serve, and it would fit my budget after all this heavy Christmas shopping. I also wanted something that could be tweaked in case I wanted to serve different flavors.
I believe I have found the perfect thing! These gorgeous mini pies with ground beef are just about the easiest and most budget-friendly appetizers one can make. Savory, but not too filling – exactly what I was looking for. And if you don’t feel like using ground beef, why not go with shredded chicken – or even leave the meat out completely and use tofu instead!
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Quick Tip: Make several batches, each one with different fillings, and freeze for later use!