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Thread: Tuna Pie?

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    Tuna Pie?

    I have been thinking about a Tuna Pie recipe I used to have back in the mid 60s but have lost.
    I remember it had nuts in the crust and I thought it came from a Pillsberry Cookoff book but am not sure.
    Does this sound familiar to anyone? I have tried to find it on line but have not be able to.

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    I googled tuna pie and came up with a bunch of good sounding recipes. Some were just pot pies with tuna instead of chicken. Rachael Ray's looked especially good and probably has about a thousand calories per serving! Didn't see any with nuts in the crust. I'm glad you asked about this as I've never even heard of tuna pie and now I'm going to try one.
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    Never heard of using nuts in the crust on a tuna pie. If you find the recipe, I'd love to have it too!
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    I found the recipe..check out the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyz1G6YVocQ

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    Sorry this video is not it. These are samosas or tuna turnovers.

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    Maybe start experimenting, this pastry recipe would probably work for a savoury pie like tuna. http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/...b-4caf22fcec28

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