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Old 08-03-2009, 06:01 AM
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Wink pot pie recipe....anyone have some

need a good , hopefully fairly simple , recipe for home-made pot pies and a good home-made crust recipe.
have searched a couple of food sites but didnt see any i was satisfied with

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Old 08-03-2009, 09:10 AM
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Have kids shoot 4 squirrels.

Skin and parboil until meat can be stripped from the bones.

Place meat, two cans of mixed vegatables, and a can of cream of mushroom soup in a baking pan.

Make crust with Bisquick pancake/bisquit mix. (insturctions on box)

Place in oven until crust browns.

A good time is had by all, (except the squirrels).
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Old 08-04-2009, 06:05 AM
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Unhappy thanks.....but

not really what i was hoping for.

remember, i asked for HOMEMADE crust . and let me also add the recipe is to be for beef or chicken pot pies.

i still will keep in mind any other replies i might get for what i am looking for...there must be some good ones still out there
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Old 08-04-2009, 01:22 PM
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I like Swanson or Banquet myself. Easier that way, not as much mess.
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Old 08-04-2009, 01:51 PM
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I had a killer recipe for pot brownie's years ago
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Old 08-04-2009, 03:03 PM
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Convicted Felon Crust (Martha S.)
1-1/4 cups AP flour
1/2 t salt
1/2 t sugar
1 stick chilled, diced unsalted butter
4 or 5 T ice water
Mix the dry ingredients (a food processor is ideal) and cut the butter and water in until it’s a gravely texture (don’t over mix and everything has to be cold when you start). Roll it into a ball, wrap it in plastic and refrigerate overnight. Divide and roll out when ready to bake.
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I like to use the dark meat from a Sam’s Club rotisserie chicken. It‘s already cooked and I can use the drippings from the bottom tray in the filling (yummy) and then use the white meat for another meal. You could just as well flour and brown diced skinless cut up thigh meat and use it, but for $5 Sam‘s rules! I like to have the ingredients mostly cooked before I fill the pie.

Coarse chop onion, carrots, celery and mushrooms, brown in butter and set aside. I like to add peas and diced cooked potato to mine (frozen peas are best). Make a rue by browning a couple tablespoons of flour in more butter, add chicken stock to form a fairly thick broth (1 small can) and season to taste (salt, pepper, parsley). Add the meat and veggies, mix together and build your pie (don‘t forget to cut vent slits it the top). Bake at 375F for about 45 to 55 minutes (until nicely browned and bubbly). Cover the edge of the crust with foil for the first hour so it doesn‘t burn.

Let it sit for a few before you woof it down. It goes good with milk or beer, but not both at the same time!
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Old 08-04-2009, 03:15 PM
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Have kids shoot 4 squirrels.

Skin and parboil until meat can be stripped from the bones.

Place meat, two cans of mixed vegatables, and a can of cream of mushroom soup in a baking pan.

Make crust with Bisquick pancake/bisquit mix. (insturctions on box)

Place in oven until crust browns.

A good time is had by all, (except the squirrels).
m75rig, I like your recipe.........I've saved it and will give it a try with my next mess of squirrels. Thanks.

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I know you asked for home made crust but I don't do home made crust so just suck it up and read on........

Pillsbury crust in the pastry section of the grocery store, comes 2 in a box. I take one and roll it flat and use one can of Veg All (drained) and a browned chicken breast. Cut the breast into chunks (size, your choice) add one can of either cream of chicken or cream of mushroom soup (your choice) fill half of the crust with the mixture, fold over and crimp with the tines of a fork. Puncture the top a couple of times for steam to escape and pop in the oven on a cookie sheet for 30/45 minutes or until the top is brown to your liking.

I know it's easy and cheap but it makes pretty good, hot grub when I'm batching it............ So THERE.......
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follow s&wchads recipe, except use shortening in place of butter. have have the water ice cold. put some ice in the h2o and use what you need of it minus the ice. dont over mix it or you wont get the flakiness of the crust
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I like a southern style country pot pie, it is real simple. Boil n de-bone chicken add two cans of cream of chicken and mixed frozen veggies season to taste and put in a deep baking dish leaving it about two to three inches below the rim of the dish. Now this is the part I like and the part you probably won't. Take one bag of yellow cornbread mix and mix per directions and pour over your pot pie mixture and bake until cornbread is golden brown! YUMMMmmmm!
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Hungry Man or Marie Calendar. Does Boston Market make one?
Don't know, haven't had one from "scratch" for 12+ years, since my Mother died? Sure would like too! My Dad made homemade egg noodles (Kluski's), my Mother the pot pies and chicken and dumplings, among a million other things. Sure do miss those flavors.
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Old 08-05-2009, 07:11 AM
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Smile thanks to all

s&wchad , bailyboat , wont , &boycam......i printed your suggestions and will pass them on to my lady.

she will appreciate the info
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Old 08-05-2009, 10:47 AM
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the one at Costco is HUGE but it doesnt sit so well with me the next morning

dumplins...now were talking

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Hungry Man or Marie Calendar. Does Boston Market make one?
Don't know, haven't had one from "scratch" for 12+ years, since my Mother died? Sure would like too! My Dad made homemade egg noodles (Kluski's), my Mother the pot pies and chicken and dumplings, among a million other things. Sure do miss those flavors.
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