10 December 2012

Turkey pot pie










This pie is a delicious recipe for leftover roast turkey.
Or when you want to make (perhaps to the day after Christmas!
I made a veggie version to daugther.
Adapted from a recipe of BBC Food.







Ingredients (4 servings)


1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 onion sliced
1 garlic clove crushed
1 carrot chopped
250 grs roast turkey shredded
1 red chili chopped
200 ml white wine
100 mol chicken stock
1 egg for egg wash the pastry
300 grams shortcrust pastry

(although I put a link for shortcrust pastry dont worry you can buy shortcrust pastry or other in groceries and use, the idea is dont works so much at Christmas, anyway this is a good recipe)



For veggie stuff

2 zuchinni grated or chopped
1/2 cup little green peas (frozen)
1/2 cup of chopped corn (frozen)
1 tablespoon oil
1 garlic clove.
1 onion chopped
1 carrot chopped
200 ml white wine
1red chilli chopped

(the recipe is the same only change the ingredients)

Method

Heat the oil in a frying pan over a medium heat.
Fry the onions and garlic by 4 to 5 minutes or until
golden brown and softened.

Add the remaining ingredients, (carrot chopped, turkey, red chili, green peas.white wine and chicken stock)
bring the mixture to the boil and simmer for 20 minutes.
Set aside to cool.
Preheat the oven to 180°
Divide the mixture between four individual pie dishes.Cut the pastry into four pieces, each big enough to cover the pie dish.
Brush the edge of each dish with egg wash and cover with the pasttry.
Trim any excess pastry and brush the lid with remaining egg wash.

Cook for 20 to 25 minutes until the lid is crisp and golden brown.




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EN ESPAÑOL

Pies de pavo desmenuzado o picado















Este pie es una deliciosa receta para las sobras del pavo asado o restos de pavo. (tambien se puede hacer con pavo picado)
Es una receta para el dia siguiente, se aporvechan los restos de pavo y se tiene el almuerzo listo.
Normalmente lo sirvo con ensaladas.
Adaptado de una receta de BBC Food.

Hice un relleno de verduras para mi hija.


81 comments:

  1. nice marking on the crust....very cool...i love pot pie..a nice flaky crust and hearty gravy...mmm....perfect on a cold day

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  2. I love this. I am a big fan of homemade pot pies.

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    1. Thanks dear; yes Im a fan too of homemade pot pies;)

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  3. One of my favorite comfort foods to make Gloria! Yours look so good!!!! Hope you are doing well!!!! And enjoying the Holiday spirit!!
    xo Kris

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  4. It must be delicious and comforting. Love your serving tray too.

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  5. This perfect for those turkey leftovers Gloria, and glad it could b adapted for vegetarians too.

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    1. yes Val normally I make two versions cause my daugther is vegetarian:)

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  6. Can't wait to try, bellissimo ! Have a nice day Gloria !

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  7. Lovely! A wonderful dish. So comforting. I am addicted to pies...

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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    1. Me too I love pies of everything:))

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  8. un plat appétissant et parfait bravo
    bonne journée

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  9. Surely a great christmas treat, the cat will help make the turkey admit defeat.

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    1. Thanks cat/Pat you are really kind today!:)

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  10. I love the little Christmas tree in the crust. It is just the right little touch, Gloria. Adorable!

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  11. What a great comfort food dish!

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  12. Love love them but then i would prefer with chicken not a turkey lover .

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    1. Of course Finla you can make with chicken but this is thinking when you have turkery leftovers:)

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  13. I've always loved pot pies, Gloria. Great way to use up turkey....yours look delicious!

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    1. Thanks Barbara, you always are sweet!

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  14. Your pie looks wonderful, Gloria! I love pies, both sweet and savoury!

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  15. Que rico!! Ese doradito de la cobertura es irresistible Gloria!

    Mil besos.

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    1. Gracias Mayte es lo mismo que me gusta a mí!

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  16. I love savory pies and this one sounds delicious!

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  17. your pie looks delicious! great for using leftover turkey that is coming up!

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    1. Thanks Christine, yes that is the idea you can use leftover turkey and is a nice pie!

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  18. Bellissimo!!! bravissima, complimenti

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  19. Gloria, We both love turkey or chicken pot pies... Thanks for the recipe! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  20. I love turkey and chicken pot pies! Something I don't make enough. Yours look incredible. I like that you added wine. Decoratively delicious; perfect!

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    1. Thanks Judy you are always kind dear:)

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  21. hey i like hte new header as well...smiles....gingerbread man!!!

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    1. I love gingerbread man Brian!! I always see Shrek :)

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    2. hahaha...that is funny....def shrek was a hit...there are also these books for kids with the gingerbread man as the main character...

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    3. Here too when repeat we always see Shrek again with Esperanza and gingerbread is adorable!


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  22. I have some turkey in my freezer just waiting for this :)

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    1. amazing dear tell me if you like!

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  23. You turkey pot pies look awesome Gloria...and perfect for this time of the year...a very comforting meal.
    Have a great week!

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  24. Gloria, me encantan estos pies. También el de chicken. Besos,

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    1. Tambien me gusta el de pollo pero como mucha gente hace pavo para la Navidad la idea es aprovechar lo que queda del pavo!!

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  25. This is my favorite thing to do with leftover turkey! Yours are so pretty!

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  26. I'm making turkey again around Christmas...and I'll definitely save some leftovers for pot pie! My hubby will love this!

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  27. Thanks Lizzy we make turkey too so this is a nice recipe to leftovers:)

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  28. Pot Pie is such a comforting meal, Gloria. And, as you say, a wonderful way to use those tasty leftovers too!!! Yours sounds yummy:)

    Thank you so much for sharing...

    Dear Gloria, if I don't make it back here before Christmas, (I'm taking a plane trip to visit my grandkids, Yipee!!!) I would like to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas:) Louise

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  29. I love the little trees in the middle!

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    1. Thanks duckie :)
      I use a cookie cutters to make the trees!

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  30. I love turkey pie! Yours look extra festive with nice presentation! YUMMY! :)

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  31. Sound simple and good ! i love how you decorate with Christmas tree shape.

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  32. This is the best way to prepare turkey leftover!

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  33. Que rico! me encanta aprovechar las sobras, un plato de lo mas apetecible. Que linda la foto de las galletas navideñas! Besos

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  34. Yum Gloria, you're always making something good!

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    1. You make always delicious things:)

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  35. Mmmmm...that sure looks delicious and very good for finishing up turkey leftovers:)

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  36. Queste cocottine devono essere davvero appetitose e fanno una bellissima figura, molto chic :) Un abbraccio, buona giornata

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  37. Glora, these looks delicious!!!
    Please remember to send me your e-mail address for the SWAP.
    Thanks
    manuciao20@hotmail.com

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  38. Une recette très gourmande pour utiliser des restes. J'aime beaucoup.
    A bientôt

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  39. Una ricetta splendida e golosa!!!! Complimenti, un abbraccio

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