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Sausage Pie

Updated on June 11, 2011

Sausage Pie, from a favorite Bed and Breakfast

This recipe may not sound that exciting at first glance, but I recall it being served and just loving it! I had a similar sausage pie at a Bed and Breakfast in Charleston, South Carolina many many years ago. I have adapted and changed it some to my family's tastes,so its not the exact recipe. If you try it, let me know how you like it! If you can, don't let the fact there is Bisquick in this meal put you off at all. First, comes ingredients for the crust, then the filling. Then comes the directions for the crust and the filling. Its kind of nice in that it is made to cook, and to have ready to heat up as guests wake up in the morning. Its a great idea for Christmas time, or another family get together, when you have people over in the morning hours and need to feed them.The following recipe makes 16 servings approximately. You will want to preheat your oven to 350 degrees and use 2 10 inch pie pans. 

For the crust and filling parts of the sausage pie

For the crust, you will need

2 cups Bisquick

1/2 cup of chopped onions

4 beaten eggs

1/2 cup of milk

2 tablespoons of sesame seeds, for sprinkling on top.

For the "pie" filling, you will need

2 pounds of hot, Jimmy Dean Sausage. Make sure you get hot sausage, if you are able to.

12 ounces of shredded, sharp cheddar cheese

dash of coarse salt

dash of cracked black pepper

dash of cayenne pepper

pinch of flat leaf parsley

8 ounces of softened cream cheese

12 ounces of cottage cheese (usually in recipes calling for cottage cheese, I use ricotta. Not this one though, or at least not sure it would be best.)

4 eggs


Eggs, without which there would be no sausage pies
Eggs, without which there would be no sausage pies

Directions for the crust and "pie" filling

For the bottom or crust of the sausage pie. First, combine the milk, eggs and sugar all together. Next, stir the egg mixture, into your Bisquick mixture, but only until just blended together. Spray your pans with non stick cooking spray, and spread about one quarter of this mixture into the bottom of each pan. The other half will be for the top crust.

For the "pie" filling, you will want to first have browned your sausage, and drain off the fat. Combine all the filling ingredients together, but save sausage for the very last. Spread a half of that mixture into each pan. Last, top each pan with the rest of the crust mixture, and cook for 30 minutes, at 350 degrees. At this point, you want the pies a lighter color, not a brown color on top.  Cool to room temperature before you put it in the refrigerator.  You will reheat and serve later as needed.  **OR, please see alternate below, if you want to just cook and serve this recipe**

Before you are ready to serve, cut your pie or pies into 8 pieces each, which will be easier to do now because they will be cold.  Turn your oven to 350, but put in while the oven is cold.  It all needs to heat up together, or else your glass pie plates can crack if put from cold refrigerator to hot oven.  Make sure you don't overcook, you want it to still be moist when you serve it. 

You can garnish this with sour cream if you like, and it has a nice presentation if sprinkled with just a tad of paprika, or cayenne if you like it hot!

**Alternate** cooking method, is to bake in the oven at 350 degrees, for 45 minutes to one hour, or until top IS golden brown.  Most of us will probably be doing it this way, but other version is still good for B&B places or when you have company. 

Serve with an assortment of your favorite fruit juices and milk, and coffee.   Enjoy

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    • oceansnsunsets profile imageAUTHOR

      Paula 

      7 years ago from The Midwest, USA

      Ohhh, Sausage dressing for Thanksgiving sounds wonderful right now! Well at least you don't have to wait long for that. Thanks Phoenix!

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      PhoenixV 

      7 years ago from USA

      I like sausage dressing alot of Thanksgiving and so this sounds great.

    • oceansnsunsets profile imageAUTHOR

      Paula 

      8 years ago from The Midwest, USA

      Hi there Habee, yes I think it would be great with deer sausage! Thanks for stopping by and your comment.

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      Holle Abee 

      8 years ago from Georgia

      Ooooohhh, this would be great with deer sausage, too!!

    • oceansnsunsets profile imageAUTHOR

      Paula 

      8 years ago from The Midwest, USA

      Hi Carolina, if you do try it, let me know how you like it! I appreciate you coming by, and your comment.

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      carolina muscle 

      8 years ago from Charlotte, North Carolina

      Hmmm... this sounds like a recipe I'll have to try.. thanks!!

    • oceansnsunsets profile imageAUTHOR

      Paula 

      8 years ago from The Midwest, USA

      Thank you OnlineHub! I appreciate you stopping by and your comment.

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      OnlineHub 

      8 years ago from Fresno, CA, USA

      Thanks for sharing this wonderful Sausage Pie recipe. I like reading this article and I'm glad that you wrote this one. 5* plus recommendation!

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