Thanksgiving Leftovers  

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

What happens to the turkey when it's almost been a week and you're getting a little tired of leftovers?

Turkey Pot Pie

I started out with Pioneer Woman's Leftover Turkey Pot Pie, but deviated at the first ingredient and never looked back (only 2 tbsp butter).

I used left over gravy and left over sauce from the Creamy Herbed Potatoes, added pre-steamed baby carrots and peas and then the turkey. Since the sauce was a little light I added in some chicken stock, flour, and cream and brought to a boil. I poured it all into a pie crust-lined pie dish, added a little stuffing and mashed potatoes to the top and then added another crust. Bake for 30 minutes and you have a thanksgiving meal in a pie.

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9 comments: to “ Thanksgiving Leftovers

  • Nita
    Sunday, December 13, 2009 at 11:57:00 PM CST  

    Hi OG! Long time huh! Well, I was just thinking its been so long and decided to drop in.
    That's a creative use of leftovers by the way. I like this western thingie of putting stuffings in pies. In India the only comparison I can think of is stuffed bread, which we call rotis. You kind of stuff all kinds of things in it and then roast it on a saucepan, with a little oil.

  • Ordinary Girl
    Tuesday, December 22, 2009 at 4:15:00 PM CST  

    Hi, Nita! Glad to see you're still around.

    This reminds me a little of a shepherd's pie like they make in England with the mashed potatoes, but still different. Usually the potatoes are browned on the top instead of having a crust.

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  • the chaplain
    Wednesday, January 13, 2010 at 7:59:00 PM CST  

    Goodness, OG! Haven't you eaten since Thanksgiving?

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