Turkey (or Chicken) Pot Pie
- 1/3 cup butter
- 1/3 cup flour
- 1/3 cup chopped onion
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/4 tsp pepper
- 1 3/4 cups chicken broth/stock
- 2/3 cup milk
- 2 cups cooked turkey (or chicken) cut in small chunks
- 10 oz bag frozen peas and carrots (I peel, slice and cook fresh carrots, leaving in large chunks and toss in peas)
- 2-crust pastry
Heat oven to 425 degrees. In saucepan melt butter over low heat. Blend in flour, onion and seasonings. Cook stirring until mixture is bubbly. Remove from heat; stir in broth and milk. Heat to boiling, stirring constantly. Boil and stir 1 minute. Gently stir in chicken and vegetables. Set aside.
Prepare pastry and fit bottom crust into deep-dish pie pan. Fill crust and top with remaining crust. Cut slits and bake 30-35 minutes.
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FABBY'S LIVING says
Great pie, I love chicken pot pie, but I like the turkey idea too, now that Thanksgiving is coming and we'll have left overs. Big hugs,
Carol OurSearsKitHome says
My hubby loves pot pie, and all things pastry.
Comfort food at its finest!
Chicken pot pie really is the ultimate comfort food. I made some on the weekend and everyone loved it. Yours looks delicious!
Debbie Petras says
You always share the best recipes; another good comfort food one. And your photos make them look all the better. I'm hungry and it's only 5:30 in the morning. 🙂
Blessings and love,
That looks divine! Pot pie is one of my favorites — but now I only do vege. There is a company called Amy's Organics, in the freezer section, that does one and even though it can be heated in the microwave, it comes out absolutely delicious, crust and all! Yummo! Have a great day! Tammy
If I was feeling under the weather a dinner like this would sure make me feel better. That looks really good. I haven't had a pot pie in ages
I love Pot Pies!
Your photos are always so pretty!
I've been making dinner for my dear, little mother for the past week and a half while she's recovering from a bad fall. I've had pot pie in mind – now I KNOW I'm going to make it! Thanks for the inspiration. I'm going to use your recipe and I know we will absolutely love it!
Maggie Ann says
Ooh yum…I wish I could have a piece of that right now. Maybe I'll give it a try with gluten free…crust.
Keri On says
Ah! Looks delicious! I just love this time of year…the turkey and all he yummy things you can make from left-overs….wish we had more left-overs!
Happier Than a Pig in Mud says
I'm sure your friend was thrilled to receive such a great dinner! Pot Pie is a favorite of ours:@)
One of my all time favorites for sure…this sounds like a great recipe for it!
Patricia… This is one of my oldest recipes and I thought it was from my Betty Crocker book.. It wasn't in there or the Pillsbury Family Cook Book so I am not sure where it came from. If you find out, let me know!
What a thoughtful friend you are to deliver such a wonderful meal. I'm sure your friend will feel much better after eating that!
I don't have my recipe files with me at the moment, but I'd swear this is the same recipe I've been using for years. Did you get it from BH&G?
Mid-Atlantic Martha says
This looks wonderful! I used to love those old frozen pot pies when I was a child…..I can only imagine how wonderful this would be…I've never tried to make my own. I'm going to put this on my list.
Barbara F. says
What a beautiful and delicious care package you prepared. Pot pies are the ultimate comfort food. xo