17 December 2014

turkey pot pie (mini pasteles de pavo)




For  Christmas  many of us bake turkey  or breast turkey and always have some leftovers, and I think in other countries happens the same, also sometimes turkey is done for the new year.
This recipe is special for those leftovers turkey. (Or chicken)
It's easy and uncomplicated.
Only need  puff pastry store bought.
For vegetarians (I have one) I did a mixture of vegetables and spices just without the turkey of course.






Source: BBC food


Ingredients
5 servings

1 tablespoon oil
1 onion  in slice
1 garlic clove crushed
2 carrots chopped
300 grams roask turkey sheredded
or cooked turkey
1 red chili chopped
1 tablespoon tomato puree
150 ml white wine
1 egg beaten for egg wash
480 grams puff pastry store bought (2 sheets)
ramekins or ceramic molds

Method


Heat the oil in a frying pan over a medium heat. Add the onions and garlic by 5 minutes or until golden brown softened.
Add the remaining ingredients, except the egg and puff pastry. Bring the mixture to the boil  and simmer for 20 minutes. Sed aside to cool.

Preheat the oven to 180°C (350F)

Using the ramekins cut the puff pastry in rounds each big enough to cover the bottom of the ramekin and other for cover the pie dish.
Divide the mixture between the pie dish.
After cover with dough trim any excess pastry and brush the lid with beaten egg.
Bake for 20 minutes or until the lid is crip and golden brown




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En español
Mini pasteles de pavo







Para los que hornean o compran un pavo (los venden listos) aqui hay una receta deliciosa para las sobritas y facil. Con masa de hoja que venden en todas partes.
Acuerdense que se se puede hacer solamente la pechuga no hay para que hornear un pavo entero (se demora mucho) los ultimos años cuando he hecho pavo solo cocino la pechuga.
Tengo recetas de pavo asado en Christmas Recipes y es estupenda.
(Les dejo el link de Christmas recipes estan en ingles y español)
 A veces hago salmon que va envuelto en masa de hoja , una estupenda receta de Paulda Cocina de hace muchos años.

Nota para vegetarianos:
Para mi hija hice una mezcla de verduritas surtidas, cebolla picada y aliños, que super bien.







Ingredientes

1 cucharada de aceite
1 cebolla picada pluma o finita

93 comments:

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    1. Ha ha when you love some plate you say " now that look delicious" is ok I know you love more savoy recipes:)

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  2. Well i eat turkey at least, beat betsy too, yippeee!

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    1. Good one you eat turkey:)
      Oh I think Betsy is so busy!

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  3. What gorgeous little treat. A wonderful and delicious way to use up leftovers. Mmm I haven't had a pot pie in ages. Delicious! xo

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    1. Thanks Tammy and you are sweet to stopping by I know in this time you have a lot of things!
      Make these I think you would love Tammy!
      xo

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  4. Sono bellissimi, grazie per questa splendida ricetta!

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    1. Grazie Giuliana!Is a deliziosa ricetta!
      baci!

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  5. une délicieuse quiche bien appétissante j'adore
    bonne soirée

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    1. Merci beaucoup Fimere!
      Bonne soirée!
      bizzz!

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  6. What a great use of leftover! These pot pies look amazing.

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  7. That looks so tasty and flaky! Great way to use leftovers. And I love your gingerbread man in your banner - too sweet. Hope he doesn't get eaten by Santa Claus! xox

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    1. Thanks Suzy! I hope nobody eat this cookie : is cute!
      Suzy if you read that I can´t answer mails by the moment I have a problem in my Gmail.
      I asked Dito fixed me but still he doesnt:)

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  8. Your pot pies look amazing.
    As we have traditionally turkey for the 25 th, this is a wonderful and classy way to use the leftovers.
    Una muy Feliz Navidad para ti y los tuyos, Gloria!

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    1. Thanks Daniela, Hope you have a wonderful Christmas with your family in Vienna!
      Feliz Navidad Daniela!

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  9. They are beautiful..so much more fun to eat pretty:)

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    1. Thanks Monique:) I think the leftovers can be pretty too:))

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  10. Des tourtes très appétissantes. J'aime beaucoup.
    A bientôt

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  11. Ottima ricetta, mi piace tanto :)
    Un bacio

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  12. Buoni ed appetitosi! bella la decorazione^_^

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  13. It sounds lovely and I love the little gingerbread man in your header! Happy Christmas! xx

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    1. Thanks AMy! Merry Christmas to you and your family!
      xo

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  14. Actually I was searching for some turkey recipe.....This looks interesting and yummy...... :)

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    1. Thanks Remya! I think youu would love!

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  15. Great recipe for roast leftovers; looks mouthwatering!

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    1. Thanks Jasna! Is really easy and delicious!

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  16. My husband would love these. I do think he'll need to wait until after Christmas before there is any chance though....

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    1. Haha inger yes I have to make the turkey firstand then the pies:)

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  17. Hi Gloria...
    I always make this after Christmas....but....I will definitely try the puff pastry!
    Wishing you a wonderful Christmas!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Hi dear! I think puff pastry is reallygood and easy to make the pies.
      Have a wonderful Christmas dear linda with miss V:)

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  18. I love BBC Food and BBC GoodFood Magazine. Great stuff.

    Your pies look wonderful.

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    1. Thanks Ivy! I love chiken pot pies so I love this recipe with turkey:)

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  19. Gloria, Have a great Holidays.
    This looks really yummy, the pastry looks so crispy and good.

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  20. SO beautiful, Gloria! This is one dish that Bill would love (and me, too!). xo

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  21. They turned out so yummy and beautiful!!!
    Un beso

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  22. Hi Gloria, your crust is a master piece, love pot pies, they are my favorite comfort food.

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  23. Mi piacciono questa tipologia di torte salate.

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  24. Hi Gloria!
    I recently made Turkey Pot Pie and let me tell you, it was such a disaster, looks wise anyway:) Just look at how pretty and inviting yours is. I didn't use puff pastry though. I used biscuits. Next time I should try puff pastry, lol...

    Thank you so much for sharing, Gloria...

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  25. we were thinking along the same lines love it and this looks amazing

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  26. Wonderful recipe! Brava Gloria!
    Kisses and Merry Christmas <3

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    1. Thanks Annalisa, Merry Christmas dear!

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  27. Sempre bravissima, Gloria! Una proposta a dir poco invitante e gustosa! Un abbraccio, grazie per essere passata da me <3

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  28. pot pie...so warm and inviting..i can imagine that first bite....
    and a firm crust...love the little artistry on that top crust...

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    1. Thanks Brian..yes I had some pastry still so I made these littles leaves:)

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  29. Pot pie is a perfect way to use leftover turkey - or anything else! A pretty recipe; thanks for sharing.

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  30. This is one of my favorite things to make with leftover turkey, Gloria! Your crusts are beautiful. Merry Christmas!

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    1. Thanks Susan !
      Merry Christmas to you dear!
      xo

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  31. I won't mind making a vegetarian one for myself..looks very inviting..

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    1. Usually I make both cause my daugther is vegetarian so any savoy pie I make someones with veggies!!
      Thanks for stoping by:)

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  32. ricetta segnata, li devo assolutamente provare! Merry Christmas! Un abbraccio SILVIA

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  33. I will definitely be trying this one with leftovers this year!
    Thank you so much.:)

    Happy Christmas!
    xoxoxo

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    1. Thanks Ygraine!
      Merry Christmas to you!

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  34. What a delicious way to use up all those turkey leftovers. It looks beautifully made Gloria. Brava!

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  35. Gloria this looks so good. Delicious comfort food on a chilly day like today. Perfect for all the leftover chicken I have in the freezer. I love the way you decorated the tops with the leaves.

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  36. Splendida questa ricetta cara Gloria, davvero gustosa, bravissima!!!
    Ti auguro un sereno e gioioso Natale... auguri!!!
    Bacioni, a presto...

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    1. Grazie Ely Buon Natale cara!
      un bacio!

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  37. Gloria, We just got back from a pre-Christmas trip so I'm catching up on my reading... My wife and I both love turkey pot pies. We made a full size version just a month ago and it lasted for 3 meals! I like your small pies...they'd be great for one of our wine tasting parties where everyone brings something to share with others... Take Care and Have a Merry Christmas! Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Thanks David I whish you a Merry, merry Christmas to you and Laurie and yours!

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  38. Que buena receta Gloria!! me encanta aprovechar las sobras y este pastel de pavo tiene una pinta maravillosa. Besos

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  39. I wish I have left over turkey. This looks fantastic- flaky crust with wholesome ingredients! Lovely!

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  40. I love pot pie and turkey. These look beautiful and they are sure to be tasty! I am wishing for leftover turkey right now. :) Thanks for sharing!
    ~Jess

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  41. Sono splendidi, la decorazione mi piace tantissimo!! Un abbraccio e buone feste!!

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  42. love the pastry leaves you made on top of it :)

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  43. Looks very delish. . .

    Happy Christmas, Gloria . . . .

    Eddie . . . x

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