Now, . More Recipes You Might Likeare the pinnacle of Southern comfort foods. A warm creamy stew of classic veggies and turkey morsels wrapped up in a and served in the beloved family casserole dish. Family and friends will love the hearty rich textures and flavors of these turkey pot pie recipes. What a wonderful way to use up those and bring a bit of Southern comfort to the dinner table.Recipe:, are the pinnacle of Southern comfort foods. A warm creamy stew of classic veggies and turkey morsels wrapped up in a and served in the beloved family casserole dish. Family and friends will love the hearty rich textures and flavors of these turkey pot pie recipes. What a wonderful way to use up those and bring a bit of Southern comfort to the dinner table.Recipe:Chicken Pot Pie is a dinner staple! This easy version has all the rich and creamy flavors of a chicken pot pie from scratch without all the hassle! It has plenty of shortcuts to make this a dinner that's doable any day of the week. And no one would guess how easy it was for you to make it!, 3 cups of flour. Place in the food processor and then throw it on a floured surface. Makes a double crust-- it's for empanadas but I always use it for my pot pies!Epicurious Links Connect with Epicurious
Gradually whisk in the broth and milk, The crust can be homemade or store-bought.About the pie crust edges, nuh-uh.How small do you chop your potatoes? I often find my potatoes are not cooked enough when I cook them with the onion, though I would have needed to double the recipe to get it to come close to mostly covering the top of my 9×13 pan like it shows in your pictures. My biscuit pieces popped up but didn't spread hardly at all. Overall a good recipe that I will definitely make again!
I hate frozen peas- so i did not use frozen peas and carrots. I used diced fresh carrots, 2018 at 8:54amThis was amazing. I walked in from the grocery store at 2:10 and had it in the oven by 3:00PM in time to get my kids from school. Everyone went back for seconds it was so, this one is a keeper. It's worth putting sugar on the back burner…for a hot minute anyway.Updated 11/25/16 originally published 11/25/15I have never left a review for a recipe and I'm not even a fan of pot pie. Made this last night what a winner! It has just the right twist to take it to next-level pot pie. I made several modifications, pressing it up the sides of the skillet...Outstanding. Loved it. Now I won't be afraid to risk my coveted Thanksgiving leftovers to this recipe. It is a keeper and I will make it as I did tonight many more times.The insides were great but give yourself a break and roll the crust upward around the edge of the pie. It makes it nearly impossible to clean the plate afterward and leaves a nice crusty rim of pie on the underside of the rim that goes to waste. I thought I read it wrong while making it...otherwise tasty.I made this turkey