It's All Relative
Find pie irons online or at any large camping supply store. We build and cook these pies and serve them with fresh veggies, fruit, some pickles, and kettle chips. These two recipes are some we happen to really enjoy. You can get creative and try ham and cheese melts, reuben, BLT (with precooked bacon), breakfast pie with scrambled eggs, bacon and cheese, dessert pie with fresh fruit, pie filling and powdered sugar sprinkled on top, or s'mores with chocolate and marshmallow in the middle (minus the graham cracker).The Pizza Pie
- Butter two slices of bread and place in a greased pie iron, buttered side to the outside of the iron plates. Cover each piece of bread with pizza sauce.
- Add mozzarella, black olives, mushrooms, pepperoni, sausage, or any other pizza topping you like. Close pie iron and place it in the fire; cook until just heated through and toasted.
- Butter two slices of bread and place in a greased pie iron, buttered side to the outside of the iron plates. Spread Cream of Mushroom soup on each piece of bread and add any kind of shredded cheese. Top with cooked ground turkey, mushrooms, and black olives.
- Close pie iron and place it in the fire; cook until just heated through and toasted.
Originally published in Ladies' Home Journal, June 2011.
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