Recipe by teppij
"This recipe is great for leftover beef roast! Mmm, beefy!"
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peeled and cubed red potatoes
1 3/4 cups
diced cooked beef
2 (12 ounce) jars
beef bouillon granules
Beau Monde ™ seasoning
salt and pepper to taste
buttermilk baking mix
So savory and yummy! Where I live I can not obtain beau monde seasoning, so I used thyme instead, per another reviewer's suggestion.
I cubed last night's roast, along with the left-over carrots, onions and potatoes from the pot. I made a nice amount of home made gravy, which is so superior to store-bought and so easy as well. Mixed all and covered with the batter for a home made biscuit mix (can be found easily on-line or on this site). Lovely, and fills a huge casserole..Quite a comfort dish and great served with green beans and a jello salad.
Tasted like the inside of a low priced frozen pot pie. My preference is quick but tastes like you spent a lot of time. Try it if you like the frozen!
Very delicious! Instead of using canned gravy as called for, I would really recommend making gravy from scratch (this site has that recipe, too!) - it doesn't take any more time (you can work on the gravy while the potatoes and carrots are cooking) and makes a HUGE difference (as in, "tastes like frozen" versus "can I have seconds, Mom?") Also, I subsituted thyme for the Beau Monde. An excellent chilly night/comfort food dinner that stuck to my family's ribs!
I made this for lunch today. It went together quickly, and the first thing my husband said was MMMM! He really enjoyed it. Maybe the other reviewer used a poor grade of gravy or meat. I used Heinz gravy (substituted mushroom because that's what I had on hand) and I used chopped up left over prime rib. Also I added garlic and sauteed it with the onions before combining. Anyway, I thought this was a tasty dish!
I made a few changes to the recipe but we really liked it! I used leftover roast and gravy and added, in addition to the carrots and potatoes, a clove of garlic, 1 cup sliced mushrooms, 1/2 cup diced celery and 1/2 cup frozen peas along with a teaspoon of worchestershire sauce. Didn't have jarred beef gravy so added a packet of dry gravy mix to the gravy I had leftover. Omitted the Beau Monde seasoning because I didn't have any. Only problem I had was that by the time I added all the extra veggies I had enough to serve about 10 so doubled the topping. We have lots of leftovers but it was delicious and really very easy! A great way to use up the leftover roast. My husband called it beef stew with a crust! Will definitely make again!
I made our family's German/Austrian recipe for Rouladen Sunday evening and was wondering what I could do with the four leftover rolls I had. This was the perfect solution! I just sliced those babies up, used whatever gravy I had left and added a can of mushroom soup, along with all the vegies suggested the recipe. Instead of placing the mixture in a pie crust, I served this in individual French onion soup crocks and topped with a Bisquik crust. Twenty minutes in the oven and we were good to go. Thanks so much Steph!!
I had to omit the beau monde seasoning on the fact that i could not locate it. other than that it was delliciuos.i did notice the picture indicates that corn is added to this. I think next time I will add a bag of mixed vegetables.
Will definitely make this again. Added celery, garlic, and frozen peas as was suggested. Threw in some McCormicks steak spice. Husband liked it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Beef Pot Pie II
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 456
** Calories from Fat: 184
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