Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Turkey Pot Pie Recipe


One of my friends makes this pot pie quite often and has passed the recipe along..seems like I am the last one of my friends to give it a try. I had it on my "must try" pile but just haven't made it for one reason or another. After hearing my friends talking about how wonderful it is again, this time I went straight up town and bought the ingredients!

It's IS wonderful! I can see why everyone loves it. Rich, flavorful, thick and creamy are just a few words that come to mind! AND it was so easy. Next time I will take my friends advice and make two....one to eat and one for the freezer.

The only change I made was to use turkey instead of chicken. I used some leftover turkey from Thanksgiving that I had frozen.  I wanted to make my own crust but decided I really didn't have the time...so I used the premade kind. I always have trouble with the bottom crust getting done as it's so thick, so this time I rolled the crust pretty thin. It worked really well.

If you want to give this delicious pot pie a try, you can find the recipe at allrecipes. I know I'll be making this often!

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6 comments:

Lesley from WI said...

I made this recipe and really enjoyed it along with my family. I agree, it is very good!

Louanne said...

Oh wow, Laurie, the potpie looks luscious!

CaSaundraLeigh said...

You can never go wrong with pot pies in the cold winter months! I love making them in mini loaf pans for individual servings. Your's turned out beautiful!

Katerina said...

I will check this recipe if you say it is good then it must be real good.

Design Wine and Dine said...

I love how (like you mention) these freeze well and are SO comforting to pop in the oven!

cheryl@scrapaddict4sure said...

Wow I feel you put Marie Callendars to shame,
which says alot since I am a huge fan of her
pot pies. Thanks for sharing this and thanks for linking up with me.