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With nutty Jarlsberg cheese and a slightly sweet cranberry relish wrapped in a flaky crust, these little turkey pies are packed with so much flavor.
Take a look around the world and you’ll find that almost every culture has a hand pie. Here, we’ve taken a few classics and amped them up with cheese. So, break out that rolling pin and get to baking.
Tropical guava paste and tangy cream cheese are a classic pairing for sweet empanadas throughout Latin America.
A twist on the American classic, these mini apple pies marry sweet and savory with the addition of cheddar cheese in their flaky, buttery crust.
These Lebanese-inspired sambouseks are filled with a mixture of cheese and fresh herbs—the perfect addition to your next mezze spread.
We’re keeping with tradition by filling these Cornish pasties with beef, potatoes, and onions—but a creamy Stilton dip adds an irresistible twist.
These crispy, fried pockets of paneer pack a punch of heat from a mixture of jalapeño, fresh ginger, and Madras curry powder.
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