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Swedish minced meat pie
Swedish minced meat pie
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A typical way to do a pie in Sweden is to use beef minced meat. You can add different ingredients in this pie. The pie has a bottom but no top.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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180 gr Flour
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100 gr Butter
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2 tablespoons Water

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300 gr Minced beef
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1 big Paprika
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30 gr Mushrooms
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50 gr Mozzarella cheese
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30 gr Taco spices
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0,5 small Onion
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20 gr Chickpeas
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100 ml Cream

Oven temperature:
220 degree Celsius
Instructions:
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Pour the flour in a bowl.
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Put the butter in the bow and grind it together with the flour with your fingertips or a fork until it forms a crumbly dough. Continue until you don’t have any big lumps.
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Add the water in the bowl and stir it together in to a dough.
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Roll out the dough to a circle so it will cover the form that you will use for the pie.
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Dress the inside of the pie form with the dough.
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Pick the bottom a few times with a fork.
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Put the pie form in the fridge.
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Start the oven at 220 degree Celsius.

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Fry the minced meat in a frying pan.
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Cut the onion, paprika, mushrooms and mozzarella cheese in small pieces.
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Add the onion, paprika, mushrooms and the chickpeas in the frying pan.
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Add the taco spices in the frying pan, and stir.
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Lower the heat and add 1/3 of the mozzarella cheese in the frying pan.
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Add the cream in the mixture and stir.
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Put the pie form with the pie bottom in the middle of the oven for 10 minutes.
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Take out the pie from the oven, and pour in the filling in the form
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Sprinkle the mozzarella cheese on the pie.
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Put the pie in the middle of the oven for 35-40 minutes.
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Take out the pie and serve it warm.

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