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French Tourtiere

Submitted by: Jessica LaFramboise 
This is a hearty and savory meat pie. Ground pork is cooked up with onions and garlic until brown and crumbly, then simmered in broth with spices and parsley. This delicious filling is then spooned into a pastry crust, topped with another crust and baked. Serve with garlic mashed potatoes. 
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French Canadian Tourtiere

Submitted by: Rayna Jordan 
A double-crusted meat pie with a savory pork, beef, onion and spice filling. A delicious, fragrant and savory addition to the holiday table. 
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Traditional French Canadian Tourtiere

Submitted by: kathleen 
Living In: Kenora, Ontario, Canada
Originally from my grandma's recipe box, the secret of this delectable Christmas treasure is found in the ground cloves and chicken seasoning. We've always made our tourtieres en grand (in large quantity), as they freeze great making them a terrific quick fix throughout the busy holiday season! 
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Reveillon Tourtiere

Submitted by: Nicole 
This savory pork pie is filled with cooked ground pork, sliced mushrooms, celery, fresh bread crumbs, and lots of herbs and spices. 
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Tourtiers (French Pork Pie)

Submitted by: tldesjar 
This is the recipe my grandmother used to make. It only uses pork for the pie and is delicious. I make one for my father every Christmas Eve and he loves it! 
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Colomb Family Tourtiere

Submitted by: Colomb 
This fragrant, tasty, lower-in-fat version of the traditional tourtiere has been made for 100 years by Colomb family to honor our Quebec origins. My Aunt Marguerite began baking these pies after Thanksgiving and froze them until her standup freezer was full for Christmas. It was tourtiere for all during the Christmas season! Serve with a fresh vegetable tray and cranberry sauce. This is wonderful home-made fast food. 
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Meat Pie (Tourtiere)

Submitted by: Maggie Rogers 
Cinnamon, cloves and allspice are sprinkled over ground pork, mashed potato and onion and simmered in water for about an hour until the flavors are mingled and a thick sauce is created. This tasty filling is spooned into a deep dish pie crust, topped with another crust, and baked until deliciously brown. 
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Tourtiere

Submitted by: Jean 
Ground veal, pork and bacon are cooked until brown and crumbly, and then they 're cooked a tad more with onion, garlic, celery and sage. Water and cornstarch are added, and then the filling is simmered until it 's thick and all the flavors are blended. This savory filling is spooned into a pastry shell, topped with a second crust and baked. Serve it with garlic mashed potatoes. 
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French Pork Stuffing

Submitted by: Ron LaJeunesse 
Living In: Franklin, Pennsylvania, USA
Try this classic stuffing recipe for a deliciously simple side dish for the winter holiday table. 
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French Leek Pie

Submitted by: plume d'argent 
This leek pie is super rich and creamy with Gruyere cheese and cream. Great as a starter or with a salad as a main dish. 
 
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