19 February 2012

Chicken pot pie (II)






This  is my N° 2  recipe of Chicken pot pie  but really love this, others are nice too, but I wanted a nice and thin dough and easy to manageable, that was.
This recipe is from a nice blog that I find (the dough) Scrapes of Life that  have nice recipes and the filling is the recipe normally I made.

Ingredients dough

2 1/2 cups of all purpose flour
1/2 tasp of salt
1 tsp of sugar
10 tablespoon of cold butter unsalted in cubes
(not margarine)
1/4 cup of vodka (optative)
1/2 cup of  cold water   (or3/4 cup of water
if you dont use the vodka)


Method

Process or mix in a bowl 1 1/2 cup flour,salt and sugar in a food processor, until combined.
Add ice butter and mix well till combined and look like cottage cheese. Scrape down sides and add remaining flour. Pulse still combined.
Put in a bowl.
Add the vodka if you use or only the water (I hadn't  have vodka)
When add the water till be slightly.
Divide into the amount that you are looking for.
(2 large balls for a double pie crust or smaller ones for mini pies)
Cover with plastic wrap and put in refrigerator for about 1 hr till firm again.

After firm roll out and line pan. and  remember with this recipe you will still need flour the board so that it wont stick.


Ingredients

 1 tablespoon of oil
2 cups frozen mixed vegetables
1 1/2 cup cut up cooked chicken
1 1/2 cup of chicken broth

1/2 cup of sliced celery
1 tablespoon of flour
1/2 cup of milk
salt
pepper


In a saucepan place the oil and  combine chicken, frozen vegetables, and celery,  cook by a while and add  water and boil by 10 minutes
Remove from heat, drain and set aside.
In the saucepan oven medium heat, add the chicken and vegetables, stir in flour,  and add salt and pepper
Slowly stir in chicken broth and milk.
Simmer over medium low heat until thick.
 Remove from heat and set aside.Place the chicken mixture in bottom pie crust.

 Cover with top crust, seal edges, and cut away excess dough.
Beat a yolk with some milk and brush the dough
Heat the oven at 180° c. Make  small slits in the top to allow steam to escape.        

   Bake in  oven for 30 to 35 minutes, or until pastry is golden brown and filling is bubbly.
 Cool for 10 minutes before serving.


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EN ESPAÑOL

Pastel de pollo





Esta es mi segunda receta de Pastel de pollo o pie  pero esta versión me ha gustado mucho porque la masa es muy suave y liviana y no cuesta trabajarla.
El relleno es el que habitualmente uso para los pasteles de pollo es simple y no con demasiados ingredientes.
La masa del pastel está adaptada de una receta de Scrapes of Life y me ha encantado porque son esas recetas que una hace y sabe que quedará bien.

Ingredientes
masa

2 1/2 tazas de harina sin polvos
1/2 cucharadita de sal
1 cucharadita de azúcar
10 cucharadas de mantequilla sin sal fría
1/4 taza de vodka (optativo sino usar solo agua)
1/2 taza de agua helada o 3/4 taza si no se usa el vodka

Preparación

Procesar o mezclar en un bol 1 1/2 taza de harina la sal y el azúcar hasta mezclar bien.
Agregar los trozos de mantequilla helada e ir uniendo bien
hasta que tenga la textura como de queso cottage.
Agregar el resto de harina y unir bien.
Colocar la mezcla en un bol e ir agreagndo y uniendo el agua helada de a poco hasta tener una masa y dividir la masa en dos.
Cubrir con papel plástico y dejar refrigerada por 1 hora.
Luego de esto estirar con un rodillo la masa (si se pega poner algo de harina) y acomodar una parte en el fondo de un molde para tarta o pie.
Luego el relleno y la otra parte de la cubierta.

Ingredientes relleno

1 cucharada de aceite vegetal
2 tazas de vegetales congelados surtidos (zanahorias pimentón arvejas o porotos verdes etc.)
1 1/2 taza de trozos de pollo cocido (pechuga) reservar el caldo
1 1/2  taza de caldo de pollo
1/2 taza de apio cortado en trozos
1 cucharada de harina
1/2 taza de leche
salt
pimienta molida negra

Preparación

En un sartén poner el aceite y agregar el pollo en trozos junto con los vegetales congelados y el apio.
Agregar agua y cocinar por unos 10 minutos fuego suave.
Retirar  colar y reservar.

En un sarten colocar la mezcla de pollo y vegetales agregar la harina revolvienso sal y pimienta y agregar de a oco la leche y el caldo de pollo.
Revolver hasta tener una consistencia cremosa y espesa.
Apagar el fuego revolver un poco y colocar en el fondo donde se ha puesto una parte de la masa luego cubrir con el otro trozo de masa que ya se estirado.

Precalenatr el honor a 180° .
Batir una yema con un poco de leche y pintar la masa llevar a horno por unos 30 a 35 minutos o hasta que la masa esté dorada.
Retirar y dejar reposar unos 10 minutos antes de servir.

69 comments:

  1. yummy n perfect chicken pot pie....really a great recipe...superb dear

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  2. I love chicken pot pie! Nice job.

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  3. Vodka in pie dough! This is interesting!

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    1. The original recipe say have a good taste, maybe but I use only water Zoe and was nice!

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  4. I can't believe you posted meat!! This is the first time that I've actually seen you do that. LOL

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    1. Yes fax is not usual but I have someones, especially with chiken and others with beef meat, is true, but you know my dauther is veggi (only fish) and my son love meat (lol):)))

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  5. This looks totally delicious..

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  6. This looks delicious, Gloria! I love chicken pies!

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  7. Definetely one of my favourites dishes. Yours looks divine!

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  8. Great pie crust, Gloria! And your pot pie looks loaded with chicken!

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  9. Chicken pot pie reminds me of my mother, who always made her own pastry by hand. I love making it in the food processor. So much easier.

    Your pie looks delicious Gloria.
    Sam

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    1. Thanks Sam, really if I can I try to make all dough, I love it! but I love puff pastry, is nice to others things

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  10. This look simple and yummy. Adding Vokca sound interesting but not kid friendly.

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    1. Sonia the original recipe said that but I use only water Im agree with you vodka is not for kids:) anyway is only a bite!

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  11. Instead of vodka, I use lime for the dough, and sometimes add slices of chorizo ~ But the thin crust looks good for this recipe ~

    Your blog looks so yummy, now I am hungry..ha..ha...Thanks for visiting my blogs ~

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    1. I love your blogs Heaven. Yes lime is nice too is my first time I saw vodka in a recipe. ANyway I used only wahter and the dough was nice!

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  12. I think I'd opt for the recipe using vodka, actually...

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    1. aaah You love the vodka into recipe but is only to give a taste Silver (lol)

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  13. oh we love chicken pot pie, yours looks scrumptious! I cheat with pre made crust!

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  14. I'd definitely take the chicken.

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  15. I love chicken pot pie. This is a perfect winter dish, so warming.

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  16. Hi there, first time here..never made a chicken pot pie and this looks a must try, unfortunately I have to wait till Easter because I become a veggie during Lent. Bookmarked.

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  17. Cette tourte au poulet doit être bien bonne. J'en mangerai un morceau avec plaisir.
    A très bientôt

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  18. mmm...that sounds like the perfect warm lunch on a cold snow day...

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  19. Una masa con vodka?, amm me gusta eso!

    Se nota que quedó riquísimo ese chicken pie, quiero una rebanada, jeje

    Un saludo Gaby

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  20. Great recipe for the cool winter months. These pie looks delicious! Well done Gloria! :)

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  21. mmmm que delicioso me gusto mucho la masa
    besos

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  22. Savory pies are pure comfort food. I'd like a big piece of your chicken pie!

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  23. I have a weakness for pies and this looks delicious!

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  24. Thanks for sharing and I must confess I've never heard of adding vodka to pastry dough and I'm intrigued! This looks like a delicious crust... Thanks for sharing the link to Scraps of Life...

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  25. Le pâté au poulet est tellement réconfortant! Impossible de ne pas apprécié ce plat! Ici, on en raffole tous! Très belle déclinaison Gloria! Bises

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  26. Pot pie is the best! The crust looks amazing :), Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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  27. A beautiful pie! I'd love to have a big slice for lunch. I made something very similar this weekend.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  28. Delicioso pastel de pollo!! lo probaré. Besos

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  29. I don't know anyone who doesn't love a good chicken pot pie Gloria. Yours looks fantastic! Todd would love it! xxoo

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  30. This particular pie with the thin dough seems like perfection!
    Imagine...I've never made this...but have enjoyed eating it at friends' tables ;o)

    Have a great week Gloria ;o)

    Ciao, Claudia

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  31. Hi Gloria,

    This looks so good but I would probably cheat and use prepared pie crust. I have this fear of even trying to make crusts for some reason. Maybe someday I will have a go.

    I was just wondering if one could add potatoes to the recipe. I like potatoes in my pot pies and not quite so much meat. I am going to make Shepherd's Pie tonight for dinner and will see how it goes. I always make it different since I do not really follow any recipe. I tend to make things up as I go and according to what ingredients I have on hand. Can make for great meals and some not so great.

    I saw your comment on Theme Thursday and I hope that you will give it a try and play along with us. Double would be a good one for you. It could be with the twins and with a double recipe story or any double story.

    Would be nice having you. Oh and my hubby is a twin.

    God bless.

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  32. Chicken pot, chicken pot, chicken pot pie!

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  33. Yes, I am having chicken pot pie for dinner tonight. Made it yesterday and will put the crust on tonight and bake and then sit and enjoy ..................comfort food for us. Nice post Andi

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  34. Che torta salata ricca e gustosa. Ha un aspetto davvero invitante :) Un bacio buona serata

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  35. I'm always drooling over the food on her site. ... Oh my gosh!

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  36. Nunca he probado un quiche de pollo, debe ser muy rico, sus ingredientes me encantan.
    Un beso.

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  37. Yummy pot pie Gloria!! I made the blueberry breakfast bread..it was amazing!! My mom loved it thanks!!

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  38. Chicken pot pie is great for cold days like today! It looks delicious, Gloria and I you made a perfect crust for it. Thanks for the recipe!

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  39. Looks so so good; would love a taste of this pie. Never heard of adding vodka to make pastry dough. I also nmake mine in the processor.
    Rita

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  40. Gloria, que rico! Si mi hija Ruby ve esto se enloquece, pues es su plato favorito desde pequeñita. Me gusta tu receta de la masa. Gracias por compartir tu receta.

    Un abrazo

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    1. Gracias Mari, a mi tambien me encanta! besos

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  41. I could go for a piece of this chicken pot pie. It looks perfectly yummy!

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  42. This is one of my favorite comfort food dinners!

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  43. This is one thing I've never been able to get right. And it's because I can't perfect the crust. Now my sister can make a crust that is perfect.

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    1. Thnaks Anne really love this dough is perfect (lol)

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  44. looks fantastic - and vodka!! Love chicken pot pie and yours sounds delicious
    mary x

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  45. ciao Gloria!!fantastica questa torta salata!!è sempre un piacere passare a trovarti!!baci!

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