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I cannot locate mine but I need the recipe for home-made Pot-Pie dough.  If anyone has one, please share it with me.  Thank you!
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Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/20/2011 7:46 AM EDT
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I've never even tasted anything like these noodles, pot pies and dumplings

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/20/2011 7:57 AM EDT
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Iwent to my grandmom to get this recipe that Iwanted for the homemade bread.

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/20/2011 9:42 AM EDT
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Gale... Did you ever make stuffed noodles? Brown you hamburger half way and season to your liking.  Now I chop up some onion, green pepper and add a little salt and pepper.  Make your pot pie dough and roll it out.  Cut the dough into big squares, take a big spoon and put your hamburger mixture on half of the dough.  On an angle, lay your dough over and pinch the edges closed.  Bring a big pot of salt water to a boil and cook your stuffed noodles till done.  Then brown butter and pour over the cooked stuffed noodles.   My sister showed me how to make them but she used raw hamburger and we had to cook them for awhile so the hamburger got done.  Just didn't like that way of doing it.  When I make mine, I am going to make them like I mentioned, then when the noodles are fully cooked, you know your hamburger will be done.  Boy are these good with the browned butter.  Fattening but good!!  I always made a salad with a vinaigrette as a side.  I haven't made these since my sister and I made them but they are on my list along with the Chicken Pot Pie.  That is why I was looking for the dough recipe! So what do you think?
Posted by Susan K

It just goes to prove that almost any ethnic group has the same basic style of food and ways to make a penny spend like a dollar. The result is you can feed a huge family with very few  inexpensive ingredients. 
Your stuffed noodles sound a lot like Ravioli or Perogis (sp?) or  a Chinese wonton.
The pot pie recipe that you were looking for, which by the way sounds great is a lot like what a friend of mine calls Chicken and dumplings.  But the dumplings I grew up eating were more of a biscuit that was placed on top of  the simmering stew or soup. (My grandma made great light fluffy ones mine are a bit more, shall we say substantial.)

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/20/2011 12:05 PM EDT
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Gale...

You are very welcome!  Would you share you recipe with me...sounds good too!  I love trying new dishes!  If i can think of anymore PA Dutch recipes, I will forward them onto you!

Nikki...

You are exactly right, they needed meals that fed a large family and of course...cheap!  Yes, the stuffed noodles are similar to Ravioli or Perogies (sp ?).  Now when my sister and I made them, she made them that eating one was a meal.  I think when I make them, I will down size it a bit.  My Mom made dumplings like that too more like a biscuit and I think if my memory is correct, she would drop spoonfuls of Bisquick dough on the top.  Now last week, I made home-made noodles for my Meatball Stroganoff and that dough was made totally different than what I was expecting.  They were very good!  Thank you for sharing your recipe with me, that was very thoughtful.  Sorry for any confusion!!

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/20/2011 5:44 PM EDT
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Gale... You are very welcome!  Would you share you recipe with me...sounds good too!  I love trying new dishes!  If i can think of anymore PA Dutch recipes, I will forward them onto you! Nikki... You are exactly right, they needed meals that fed a large family and of course...cheap!  Yes, the stuffed noodles are similar to Ravioli or Perogies (sp ?).  Now when my sister and I made them, she made them that eating one was a meal.  I think when I make them, I will down size it a bit.  My Mom made dumplings like that too more like a biscuit and I think if my memory is correct, she would drop spoonfuls of Bisquick dough on the top.  Now last week, I made home-made noodles for my Meatball Stroganoff and that dough was made totally different than what I was expecting.  They were very good!  Thank you for sharing your recipe with me, that was very thoughtful.  Sorry for any confusion!!
Posted by Susan K


This was very good Susan we had it for dinner.I added chicken soup base to the water and I thickened it at the end otherwise I followed it to a tee.I opted for dumplings instead of the rolled out dough I was running later and I was cutting it close Mike had to go to work.Next time I 'll roll out the dough.I'm so glad I cooked the chicken last night and cut up the veggies too,that saved some time.Thanks Susan I think the French Canadian meat pie will be next,then the stuffed noodles.Tomorrow is Spaghgetti and meat balls the kids are coming for dinner.Thanks so much again.

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/20/2011 7:37 PM EDT
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A few months back someone was looking for Pierogie and Pyza recipes ,which she felt the Pyza had German roots.I searched everywhere I traveled all over Eastern Europe and back (on the computer lol ! ) Susan I wonder if those are the stuffed noodles you talked about, she said the dough was a potato dough filled with meat.Pyza is nowhere to be found.Maybe just one of those forever lost recipes everyone forgot to write down :( There are many peirogie recipes out there but no pyza!

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/21/2011 10:14 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!! : This was very good Susan we had it for dinner.I added chicken soup base to the water and I thickened it at the end otherwise I followed it to a tee.I opted for dumplings instead of the rolled out dough I was running later and I was cutting it close Mike had to go to work.Next time I 'll roll out the dough.I'm so glad I cooked the chicken last night and cut up the veggies too,that saved some time.Thanks Susan I think the French Canadian meat pie will be next,then the stuffed noodles.Tomorrow is Spaghgetti and meat balls the kids are coming for dinner.Thanks so much again.
Posted by gale g


Gale...

Did you see my post on how I make the Chicken Pot Pie?  I thicken up the broth too!  We like more of a chicken gravy with the potatoes and patches.  I don't put veggies in mine, just the potatoes.  Now we eat Cole Slaw with our Chicken Pot Pie!  Some will actually put it right on top of the Pot Pie.  I usually add chicken broth too! 

I always say to my hubby, this is one meal you would not go out and swim after eating.  Oh my...YOU WOULD SINK!!  lol

I almost forgot to tell you, I missed this the first time I made the French Canadian Meat Pie.  The recipe is for 2 pies!  Plus, this even tastes better when warmed up!  

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/21/2011 10:17 PM EDT
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I've never even tasted anything like these noodles, pot pies and dumplings
Posted by Nancy G


Nancy...

See, we all should live in the same community...what fun we would have!  If we did, I would have you over for Chicken Pot Pie!  It is just good old fashion cooking! 

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/21/2011 10:20 PM EDT
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A few months back someone was looking for Pierogie and Pyza recipes ,which she felt the Pyza had German roots.I searched everywhere I traveled all over Eastern Europe and back (on the computer lol ! ) Susan I wonder if those are the stuffed noodles you talked about, she said the dough was a potato dough filled with meat.Pyza is nowhere to be found.Maybe just one of those forever lost recipes everyone forgot to write down :( There are many peirogie recipes out there but no pyza!
Posted by gale g


Gale,

You might be right, although this is not a potato dough.  That was very nice of you to research that for her; you are a good person Gale!

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/21/2011 11:08 PM EDT
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Can't wait until our temps cool down a bit more so I can try this PA Dutch Pie.

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/23/2011 6:10 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!! : Gale... Did you see my post on how I make the Chicken Pot Pie?  I thicken up the broth too!  We like more of a chicken gravy with the potatoes and patches.  I don't put veggies in mine, just the potatoes.  Now we eat Cole Slaw with our Chicken Pot Pie!  Some will actually put it right on top of the Pot Pie.  I usually add chicken broth too!  I always say to my hubby, this is one meal you would not go out and swim after eating.  Oh my...YOU WOULD SINK!!  lol I almost forgot to tell you, I missed this the first time I made the French Canadian Meat Pie.  The recipe is for 2 pies!  Plus, this even tastes better when warmed up!  
Posted by Susan K


Yes I noticed that it is for two when I make it I'll just have the kids over or share with one of the neighboors.Thanks for telling me.I think a lot of foods improve the second day warmed up.I love pizza the next day warmed up in the toaster oven,awesome!

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/23/2011 6:29 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!! : Gale, You might be right, although this is not a potato dough.  That was very nice of you to research that for her; you are a good person Gale!
Posted by Susan K


Again I think everyone puts a different twist on their families recipes.Most Hungarians would never never never put tomatoes in their Paprikash,but some do (I have no idea why?) lol! I'm rolling my eyes also lol! I don't consider myself all that good,I just love food and when something different pops up I just have to check it out,that's how we learn! By sharing! I love Eastern European food.I might be wrong in saying this and please correct me when I say this Pennsylvania "Dutch" was actually "Deutsch" or German ? Misunderstood maybe because of the accent? My dear Mother in law was Pennsylvania Dutch but in fact she was German.

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/24/2011 7:38 AM EDT
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hee hee Susan - I'd love to be invited to your house for dinner ............... or breakfast, lunch, a snack ... anything.

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/24/2011 10:22 AM EDT
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hee hee Susan - I'd love to be invited to your house for dinner ............... or breakfast, lunch, a snack ... anything.
Posted by Nancy G


I think Susan should have us all over! Wouldn't that be fun Susan !Smile  A dough fight ! Tongue out

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/24/2011 2:24 PM EDT
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Not me Gale .... I wouldn't ever consider fighting with dough ........................... I'm gonna' EAT it

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/27/2011 10:16 PM EDT
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Gale and Nancy...

My door is always open and I would share what I have with a friend! 

Now as far as a dough fight...that could be interesting!  But I would rather have Nancy make cookies with her dough and Gale can make Spatzle with her dough and I will make the filled noodles!  Wow, after we eat all that, they can roll each one of us out the door!  lol 

Now, here is another PA Dutch food that I wonder if you ever heard of or made...Corn Fritters!  Now I am not talking about those Corn Nuggets that you can get at a sandwich shop or in the frozen food case in the grocery store.

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/28/2011 5:44 AM EDT
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I always thought that the recipe for pie crust could be used for pot pie.

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/28/2011 6:12 AM EDT
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Gale and Nancy... My door is always open and I would share what I have with a friend!  Now as far as a dough fight...that could be interesting!  But I would rather have Nancy make cookies with her dough and Gale can make Spatzle with her dough and I will make the filled noodles!  Wow, after we eat all that, they can roll each one of us out the door!  lol  Now, here is another PA Dutch food that I wonder if you ever heard of or made...Corn Fritters!  Now I am not talking about those Corn Nuggets that you can get at a sandwich shop or in the frozen food case in the grocery store.
Posted by Susan K


My Mom used to make corn fritters I think? They were corn or creamed corn, in a batter dropped by spoonfuls into some hot oil and fried and served with maple syrup? Am I right?

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/28/2011 6:21 AM EDT
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Susan ,please share your corn fritter recipe with us,OK ? HUH ? PLEASE ?

Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!

posted at 9/28/2011 11:02 AM EDT
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Gale...

I followed the recipe for those pot pie patches and they were good but not my sisters.  So I e-mailed her and she sent me the recipe for her pot pie patches plus this is what she uses for the filled noodles.  Do you want it?

I make my PA Dutch corn fritters different?  Actually, I only make them when corn on the cob is in season.  That is why I act like a little piggy when I eat them because I only have them in the summer.  Plus, this is how my Mom made them!
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