18 February 2013

Chicken & Bacon pot pie













 Secret Recipe Club
 
Really I love this, you know other amazing bloggers and cookers and new recipes and always is a challenge cook or bake new recipes.

My assignment was Annie'Noms and I love her blog and recipes.
Was difficult choose but finally I wanna make this Chicken &Bacon pot pie and was delicious!

Her recipe is for two but I made to four servings.

Ingredients
(4 servings )

For the pastry

1 cup of flour
1/2 cup of butter
30 ml water
pinch of salt
1 egg to brush dough

For the filling:
1 tablespoon of oil
1 teaspoon of butter
1  1/2 chicken breast sliced into small chunks
1 onion sliced thinly
3 rashers of bacon, diced
1/2 red pepper in slices
2 tablespoon chicken  broth  or chicken gravy granules
3 tablespoon single cream
water added to the consistency you want your gravy
salt and pepper to taste

Method

Make the pastry as it needs time to rest. Put the flour, salt and butter into a small bowl and rub together with your figers until
it resembles breadcrumbs.
Add the water in a teaspoon at a time and mix with a wooden spoon until a dough forms.

Wrap it in cling film and place in the fridge for at least 30 minutes.
When you are ready to make the filling,get the pastry out to rest.

Filling

 To make the filling, preheat the oven to 180 degrees C .
 Heat the oil and butter in a large saucepan or wok.
Place the onion and bacon in the saucepan and place the lid on so that the onion and bacon softens.
Cook for about 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.

 Add  the chicken and and red pepper and  stir, replace the lid and leave for 5 minutes to colour the chicken.
Add the  chicken broth of chicken gravy granules and as much water as you require to make the consistency of gravy you like.
Coat everything then stir in the cream. Add salt and pepper to taste.
 Bring to the boil and then leave to simmer for 10 minutes to thicken and cook through.

Once the chicken is cooked, split it between the  dishes or ramekins.
Cover each  ramekin or dish with the pastry using a sharp knife, cut around the edge of the dish to make the pie top.
Beat the egg with a little water and wash the dough before to bake.


 Place in the oven and bake for 20-25 minutes, or until the pastry is lightly browned and crispy.
I
heat later one in microwaves and was perfect!!


 



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En español

Pastel de pollo









Otra vez tuvimos el intercambio de recetas del Secret Recipe Club, que es super bueno y entretenido
porque es el momento de conocer otras personas, de otros paises, con costumbres distintas, es muy especial.
De hecho he comentado aqui que a veces me ha tocado bloggers que no usan huevos por ejemplo, o veganos y hay que ingeniarselas para encontrar una receta.
Esta vez me tocó el blog de Annie, Annie's Noms un blog excelente con muchas recetas, finalmente elegí este pastel de pollo porque siempre me ha gustado.
Y se calienta perfectamente en microondas.

Ingredientes (4 porciones)
masa
1 taza de harina
1/2 taza de mantequilla
30 ml de agua
pizca de sal
1 huevo batido para el brillo de la masa

Relleno de pollo

1 cucharada de aceite
1 cucharadita mantequilla
1 y 1/2 pechuga de pollo en trozos pequeños
1 cebolla picada fina
3 tiras de tocino cortado en tiras
1/2 pimiento rojo picado fino
2 cucharadas de caldo de pollo o 1 cubo de caldo de pollo
3 cucharadas de crema
agua para la consistencia de la salsa segun se desee
sal y pimienta a gusto

Preparación

Primero preparar la masa porque debe reposar un rato.
Poner la harina, sal y mantequilla en un bol. Unir con los dedos hasta que tenga consistencia de migas de pan.
Agregar de a poco el agua hasta hacer una masa . Envolver en film plastico y  dejar reposar por lo menos 30 minutos.

Mientras preparar el relleno.

Precalentar el horno a 180°
En un sarten grande o wok calentar el aceite y la mantequilla.
Agregar la cebolla picada y el tocino en tiritas y tapar por unos 5 minutos para que se suavizen, cocer a fuego medio y revolver de vez en cuando.
Agregar el pollo en trozos y el pimiento rojo, revolver y dejar cocinar unos 5 minutos para que se dore el pollo.
Agregar el caldo de pollo o el cubo o granulos disuelto en agua. Revolver bien.
Sazonar con sal y pimienta y finalmente la crema, dejar cocer a fuego suave durante unos 10 minutos.
Agregar un poco de agua dependiendo de lo espeso que se quiera el guiso.
Preparar los ramekins u ollitas de ceramica, repartir el guiso en las ollitas.
Estirar la masa y cubrir cada ollita o plato cerámico con la masa.
batir el huevo con un poco de agua y con una broche pintar la masa.
Llevar a horno por unos 20 a 25 minutos, hasta que esten dorados y crujientes.
Tuve que calentar más tarde uno de los pies en microondas y quedó perfecto.



 

91 comments:

  1. It's hard to go wrong with a recipe that includes bacon! This sounds and looks SO GOOD!

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    1. Thanks Veronica I love chicken pot pies and your deseert is awesome!

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  2. Il pot pie l'ho provato col pollo e anche con l'agnello: è una delizia!CRi

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    1. Grazie Cristiana I love pot pies!!

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  3. Gloria, they look great! And great photos too! Today must be pot pie day!

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    1. yes haha I saw you make pot pie too and yours look awesome Pam!!

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  4. Bacon and chicken sure work for me, both eaten everyday at my sea

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    1. Thanks Pat really I think You love chiken and bacon!

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  5. Good Evening Gloria, Well I never, we had chicken and bacon pie for supper yesterday and it was lovely, so I can vouch for this recipe being delicious.
    I am going to visit some of the other bloggers who have linked.....it is always fun to find new recipes.
    Have a lovely evening.
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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    1. Thanks Daphne yes is fun see new recipes, I look some really awesome!

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  6. It sounds like a very comforting dish Gloria.

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  7. Delicious pot pie, Gloria. Sounds so good. xo

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  8. This sounds so good, never thought of adding bacon to pot pie.

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  9. Sounds delicious! Especially for the rainy day we are having here today in Houston. Comfort food at it's best!

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  10. Gloria, I like the idea of a bit of bacon added to your chicken pot pie! Adds a bit of flavor and steps it up from the ordinary... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  11. This looks delicious. I love the idea of bacon in a pot pie!

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  12. Che spettacolo Gloria, una bella e gustosa idea :)

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  13. Que rico tiene que estar este pie, amiga. Se ve espectacular.
    Lo voy a hacer un día de estos.
    Un abrazo y buena semana

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  14. Seriously, how did I never think to put bacon in a pot pie???!! This sounds so good! You rock, great post!

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  15. bellissima e gustosa ricetta!ciaoooo

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  16. Oh fantastic that one, I love that pie, spectacular!!! Great! Kind regards, besitos

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  17. Ça semble délicieux. J'aime beaucoup.
    A bientôt

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  18. This looks so comforting for the cold weather we have here!

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  19. yum! What a delicious combination for a pot pie! And I love the crust, you know! ha.

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    1. Thanks Betsy, Yes I love the crust too, I think is the best (and Ditto love the same) so I share part of my crust with him LOL

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  20. oh dang...you know i never thought about adding bacon...bacon makes everything better...lol...mmm...i love pot pie too...nice crispy yet flakey crust...mmmm....

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    1. Thanks Brian, the dough was amazing, I love it and yes the bacon is something special!!

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  21. I am also a big fan of chicken pot pie and I love your individual/mini versions. My son would love these - he is a huge pan of bacon (we all are)! : )

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    1. Thanks Monica, I love make little pot pie!

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  22. Una de mis mañas es que no me gusta la comida hirviendo y cada vez que he probado este plato me he quemado y ya le tengo mala.... que atroz.
    Seguro que esta delicioso.

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    1. Pilar primero lo saco un rato antes del horno y despues les advierto a los. Niños generalmente se comen la masa primero y despues el resto.Pilar es pura maña ja! Adoras el pastel de choclo y yo tambien y siempre esta hirviendo por eso aqui los niños le van echando tomate:))

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  23. Great job on the pot pie. Sounds yummy and looks beautiful!!

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    1. Thanks Dawn! I love this crust!

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  24. Hi Gloria. Look at all of those yummy looking recipes!!! Your meat pie looks delicious! I love to make pot pies in the winter! So hearty!
    Hope you are doing well!!!!!
    XO Kris

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    1. Thanks Kris; hope you feel better:)

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  25. The crust looks delicious and I would love to have a bite into that chicken and bacon filling.

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  26. Una vera delizia, complimenti, un abbraccio

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  27. You always make it look so easy, Gloria! Not to mention so yummy too. I love pot pies. We had some not to long ago but mine came out of a box =P

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    1. Thanks Elsie and is easy! LOL but not matter you make from a box:))

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    2. You always say it's so easy! =PP

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  28. Un pastel delicioso! una pinta deliciosa. Besos

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  29. What a fantastic recipe! Love good comfort food!

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  30. I made chicken pot pie for dinner this week, too! LOVE your individual servings...so cute! Great SRC pick :)

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  31. Thanks Lizz I love individual pot pies!

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  32. All these food pictures are making me hungry ~ Good recipe to try Gloria, thanks ~

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  33. Bacon is an intriguing addition to an old favorite!

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  34. These sound so delicious. I wish I could find real bacon here in France the stuff we get is not a par on what I am used to. The French may be good at most things but they need to learn how to make bacon!! Keep well. Diane

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    1. Thanks Diane! take care!

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    2. Anyway Diane I love french food:)))

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  35. I love pot pies. I have never attempted to make one though. Those look very good. xo

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  36. This is some wonderfully hearty comfort food!

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  37. Bacon and chicken...the pot pie must be very tasty!

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  38. That looks delicious! I posted a comfort food recipe today too.

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    1. Thanks Sarah:) I love your recipe!

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  39. Nothing could be more conforting than a good homemade pie. Here is very cold now and I could do with a good dinner like that. Yum!

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    1. Thanks Alida I love this recipe especially the crust!

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  40. What a marvelous SRC choice, Gloria! These are are so cute and I'm sure the bacon really perks up the flavor of the pot pies... Thanks so much for sharing!

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  41. Well, now if this isn't the ultimate comfort food - and I'm never one to pass on anything with bacon in it (and that's coming from a dietitian!) Thanks for sharing this!

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  42. This looks so good! Love the bacon and chicken :)

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  43. thanks for share.

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