26 February 2017

Chicken lattice Pie with palm hearts ( Pastel de pollo y palmitos)









For my taste this has been one of the most delicious recipes of the last time.
Chicken Tart with hearts of palm.
For the rest, if someone does not want hearts of palm, it's okay not  add them.
I love  chicken tarts. And the crust is absolutely delicious.
Also this cake can be made with another filling.


Source  Recetario Lider - Chile  2014 (Paula Hurtado)






Ingredients

Crust

6 tablespoon of butter
2 cups all purpose flour
pinch of salt 
pinch of sugar
cold water

Filling

2 tablespoon butter
1/2 chopped onion
2 tablespoons all purpose flour
2 cups milk
pinch of nutmeg}salt and pepper
1 chicken breast boiled in water with some carrots , celery and green onions)
1 tin  palm  hearts in slices (480 grams)
1 cup grated  cheese (cheddar or parmesan)
1 egg for brush the pastry



Method

Crust



In the processor or in a bowl put the flour, salt, sugar and butter. Process until the dough has the consistency of bread crumbs.
 Add 3 to 4 tablespoons of cold water. Process until you make a dough ball. Wrap in plastic and put in refrigerator 30 minutes.


Filling

In a frying pan heat the butter over medium heat with a few drops of oil and add the onion, cooking 4 to 5 minutes.
Add the flour and cook a few  minutes.- 

Remove from the heat and add  the milk, until incorporated., Season with salt and pepper and a pinch of sugar. 
Return to the fire and cook always stirring 3 minutes.
Remove and let cool slightly.

Add the chicken, palm hearts and cheese, stir and reserve.

On a lightly floured work surface, roll out each of the pastry.
Place one pie crust in the bottom and up the sides of a pie pan. 
Pour the filling over the top.
Top with second pie crust (a lattice style is easy and look pretty) 

To make the ribbons:

 Roll out the pastry cut each piece into long, thick ribbons, about 3 cm wide. Make enough to cover the top. Weave the ribbons together on a piece of baking paper and chill in fridge for 15 minutes to firm up.
Carefully slide the pastry lattice from the baking paper and lay on top of the pie. Trim the excess pastry and lightly press to seal

Brush the ribbons  with the egg and cook in oven at 180 ° C (370 F) about 25 minutes or until golden.
 Remove and let stand for a few minutes before desmolding  and cutting.
Serve with some salads.





print recipe here









En español 
tarta de pollo y palmitos



















67 comments:

  1. With a side salad or a bowl of soup, this savoury tart would make a perfect lunch! Thanks for sharing, Gloria.

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  2. Your tart looks delicious, Gloria. Love the lattice crust on top. I've used hearts of palm in salads, never thought to use them in a baked dish. Will definitely try that.

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    1. Thanks Barbara. Yes was the first time I used in baking !
      The crust amazing!

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  3. Gloria, This chicken tart is a bit like what we call chicken pot pie here in the USA. Either version is a great comfort food! Your tart is a bit lighter and probably healthier... I'll take 2 slices! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Thanks dear David !! I love chicken pot pie, I have some recipes and love this too !!
      you can eat allyou want !!
      xoxoxoxo

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  4. This sounds wonderful! I love hearts of palm--what a terrific addition!!!

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    1. Thanks Lizzy!! yes was amazing hearts of palm with chicken ! xoxoxoxo

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  5. Deve essere molto buona. Mi piace tanto il pollo.
    Un bacio :)

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  6. yummy I think I have a can of hearts of palm in my pantry!

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    1. Try this I think you would love Christine!

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  7. This looks and sounds so tasty. My mouth is watering! Yum! Thanks for sharing. :)
    ~Jess

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  8. Chicken sure works for me, eaten every day at my sea.

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  9. mi piacciono molto i cuori di palma, grazie ! Un abbraccio

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  10. As Barbara said, I have only used hearts of palm in salads. Would love to try them in a beautiful baked dish like this! Your lattice crust is lovely, Gloria xo

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    1. I love in salads too ! but this on the pie with chicken was amazing!
      xoxoxo

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  11. What a delicious looking pie, love love hearts of palm.

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  12. Mmm, it reminds me of chicken pot pie. So yummy looking! Hugs to the family!

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    1. True Elsie ! I love chicken pot pie!
      Hugs to you my dear!

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  13. Une tourte très tentante. J'aime beaucoup.
    A bientôt

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  14. délicieuse tourte avec une bonne salade" verte j'adore
    bonne soirée

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  15. It sounds delicious, Gloria and I have to try this with hearts of palm. I've never added that to a pie or other baked dish. Thanks for the recipe!

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  16. This looks so fabulous! Perfetto per una cena deliziosa!

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  17. I've not used palm hearts in my dishes, I had to find out more about them here
    http://www.wisegeek.org/what-are-hearts-of-palm.htm

    Another nice looking dish

    All the best Jan

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  18. Here is an original pie; i just use palm hearts in salad !
    Bonne journée

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  19. Molto invitante questo pasticcio di pollo!!!!

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  20. I have a can of hearts of palm in my pantry and can't wait to try your recipe…it sounds terrific.

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    1. Thanks Karen Im glad you like it, really was delicious!!

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  21. Questo pasticcio deve essere ottimo!
    baci
    Alice

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  22. In Brazil we call this "torta de palmito"...and I have not had this in years...thanks for this wonderful recipe Gloria!
    I hope you are having a fabulous week :)

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    1. Really Juliana, yes call them "palmitos" and Brazil has many foods with palmitos.
      Really I loved this recipes. Thanks dear !

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  23. That is looking so delicious ☺

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  24. Mai fatto con il pollo....deve essere buonissimo anche con l'aggiunta dei cuori di palma, proverò!!!
    Baci

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  25. So tasty, Gloria!
    A big hug!
    MG

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  26. lattice crusts always impress me, and your filling is dazzling too!

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  27. Adoro le pie salate, questa è da provare! Un abbraccio

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  28. Dear Gloria, I love savory pies and quiches. And yours looks like I would love, love it - beautiful presentation with the lattice and all and just a fabulous recipe!
    Thanks for always posing such inspirational food!
    Andrea

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  29. though i don't like butter yet this recipe is irresistible !!!

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  30. This looks so good--I wish I were better with pie crust (guess I need to practice more).

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  31. I don't think I've ever had hearts of palm before unless it was in a salad and I didn't know. The lattice work is so professional, Gloria! But then again, you are a professional! Delicious.

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