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Fall Chinese Pie

Updated on September 14, 2014

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Fall Chinese Pie

This recipe is the first meal that I made in cooking class when I was in the 7th grade and I was 14 years old at the time. It is called Fall Chinese Pie and this is how I remembered the recipe.The C stands for corn, The H stands for Hamburg, and the P stands for Potato so put it all together and it is called CHINESE PIE for short.

Hope you enjoy this delicious meal which can be served in the fall and winter months for it warms up your belly and is a healthy meal for it is good and nutritious for everyone.

Photo Credit: by JuliaPayne1958

Look at This Homemade Recipe Below!!

Photo Credit: by Julia Payne

  • Prep time: 15 min
  • Cook time: 15 min
  • Ready in: 30 min
  • Yields: 4-6

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 lean ground beef
  • 1 can of 16 ounce can of corn
  • 8 potatoes
  • Salt and Pepper to each his own taste
  • Minced Onion
  • Parmesan Cheese
  • Milk and butter to mash the potatoes

Instructions

  1. Brown the hamburg with the minced onion, with salt and pepper and then drain it. Spread it on the bottom of a casserole dish.
  2. Peel potatoes and boil them and then drain and add milk and buttr to mash them.
  3. Drain the corn from the can and spread it on top of the hamburg.
  4. Spread the mashed potatoes on top of the corn mixture.
  5. Put pats of butter, and sprinkle parmesan cheese on the top and add salt and pepper to taste.
  6. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and cook chinese pie for 30 minutes until bubbling and brown on the top.
  7. Set the table and then enjoy this delicious fall menu dinner....

Follow the Steps Below to Make My Chinese Pie Recipe!

STEP 1

Fry the Hamburger with the Canola Oil Until Cooked Thoroughly

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STEP 2

Layer the Hamburg on Bottom of Pan

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STEP 3

Place Corn on Top of Hamburg Layer

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STEP 4

Place Potato on Top of Corn Layer and Add Butter and Salt and Pepper to Season

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STEP 5

Bake in a 350 Degrees Oven for 30 Minutes

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STEP 6

Finished Chinese Pie Recipe

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© 2012 JuliaAnnPayne

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      poldepc lm 4 years ago

      looks to be a yummy recipe...have to try it once

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      sukkran trichy 4 years ago from Trichy/Tamil Nadu

      thanks for sharing this new recipe. goona try this soon.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Oh, now THIS is my kind of recipe. I am not a great cook and don't particularly enjoy cooking, but your Fall Chinese pie sounds about as easy as it can get, and delicious also!

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      Rhonda Albom 4 years ago from New Zealand

      The recipe looks great, but not for my family - we have a vegetarian and another allergic to corn :(

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      JJNW 4 years ago from USA

      I would! Thanks for sharing!

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      greenlungsofpoland 4 years ago

      Wow this and so many more of your recipes I just wonder if we can get all the ingredients here you would not believe how long it took us to find Parmesan cheese! A new super market opened last year and bingo. You'd think since we are closer to Italy and all :) Oh well be nice to try some of your recipes this winter! nice job Stephen

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      Chazz 4 years ago from New York

      Wondering why anyone would call this Chinese pie - not a hint of anything Asian let alone Chinese about it. Any ideas?

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      Chazz 4 years ago from New York

      @greenlungsofpoland: Stephen - if it is easier to find, you can try substituting locatelli romano or a similar hard grating cheese.

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      JuliaAnnPayne 4 years ago

      @chezchazz: The C stands for corn, The H stands for Hamburg, and the P stands for Potato so put it all together and it is called Chinese Pie for short. Some people called it Shepherd's Pie but that has other vegetables in in like carrots, peas, and green beans and that is good for you too healthwise also. So I have written the recipe and will show the steps in making this yummy and healthful fall meal and it is a favorite in my family too. Hope you enjoy this delicious meal served in the fall and winter months for it warms up your belly and it is good to eat.

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      CoolFool83 4 years ago

      Some a great recipe!

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      MikeRobbers LM 4 years ago

      I would love to try it!

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      srsddn lm 4 years ago

      Great lens with yummy things.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Clever use of the name - When I saw the title I thought it was a pie that originated from China and wondered why I had never heard of the Chinese eating pie!!!

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      Jo-Jackson 4 years ago

      I do the same thing without the corn and we call it shepherds pie. It is so easy to make and everybody loves it.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I am so hungry all of a sudden, and it smells so good in here.

      What time do we eat? A tall glass of milk would be lovely, too. lol

      Happy New Year, and keep making yummy lenses! :)

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Great lens. I love different ways of using potatoes.

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      momideas 4 years ago

      Great lens

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      Margot_C 4 years ago

      Not sure why it's called Chinese pie, but sure looks good. Anything with mashed potatoes has got to be good. Mmmmmm!

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      momideas 4 years ago

      I am convinced you must be an excellent cook with all these recipes , Thank you for sharing

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      carolweez 4 years ago

      This lens makes me hungry. I need to order some Chinese food now. Great job.

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      Elizabeth Sheppard 4 years ago from Bowling Green, Kentucky

      Yes, I would definitely like to try this recipe. I might want to put another vegetable in it. But I'm sure it tastes just great as it is. Good job!

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      Merry Citarella 3 years ago from Oregon's Southern Coast

      Nicely done lens. It looks delicious!

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