Pie Recipes With N.C. Products

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Summer opens the door to a nearly unlimited array of pie options. The recipes developed for this story are meant to salute North Carolina farm products, while adding a few new elements to enhance the flavors and great selection grown in state.

And while there’s nothing like a homemade pie crust, we won’t tell if you use store-bought – the fillings are the stars for these recipes.

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Chicken Salad Pie Cups

North Carolina ranks near the top for production of poultry. Why not try a recipe for summery Chicken Salad Pie Cups? These little tartlets are so cute and delicious. Use a muffin tin to shape the crust and make muffin-sized cups to hold the filling, which is perfect for a hot day – full of chicken, fresh herbs, and just enough mayonnaise and Greek yogurt to hold it all together. This uptick on an old-fashioned dish is perfect for a picnic, a lady’s luncheon or a light dinner.

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3 Comments

  1. Mary Frye

    June 9, 2016 at 3:01 pm

    I tried to send an article idea to the address you have in the magazine ncfieldfamily.org/story and it’s saying not a valid address. Do you have another address because I don’t want to retype what I have already typed via this comment.

  2. Gail

    June 10, 2016 at 7:21 pm

    I love Field and Family- the new NC Farm Bureau magazine. The articles are well written and interesting and I love the recipe section. Can hardly wait to try this month’s lemon pie. Vivian Howard’s recipes are always great.

    I don’t know who decided to update magazine but GREAT idea! Hit a home run!!

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