Recipe by Cindy Kiner
"This is a great way to use up that holiday turkey, and it doesn't require a lot of time."
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peeled, cubed potatoes
cubed cooked turkey
1 (9 ounce) package
frozen mixed vegetables
3 (8.5 ounce) packages
corn bread/muffin mix
Great basic recipe for a pot pie and so easy! I did make my own changes (used biscuit dough and added lots of extra spices) but I love how simple this is and that the recipe doesn't use canned soup. Will make again.
I cut this recipe down from 12 servings to 4; however, I ended up using 1 1/2 cooked chicken breasts and 3/4 of a 28 oz. package of soup vegetables. I really think the veggies would have been very skimpy had I followed the recipe. I tasted the vegetable mixture before putting it in the dish to bake. It had no flavor, so I added garlic salt, basil, oregano, parsley, and poultry seasoning - just a few shakes of each. That really helped this recipe. The pros of this dish - I liked using the cornstarch and milk as opposed to a cream of soup, and I enjoyed the different flavor of the cornbread topping as opposed to a pie crust. It was easy to put together.
Easy to make, but definitely needed some seasoning added. Just barely fit in a 9/13 pan. Way more cornbread topping than filling. Might try again with only two boxes of mix.
The recipe was very simple, and quite tasty. My only issue with it, was too much cornbread. The recipe asks for 3 boxes of cornbread, or muffin mix. The next time I make it I'll probably use 1 or 2 boxes at the most..
I added a bit of cayenne to spice it up, and unrolled a pre made croissant dough on the the top. Will definitely make again!
Yummy! I added fresh thyme (dried would work, too) & since I had some light cream around & nothing to use it for, I swapped out some of the milk in the filling with light cream. Definitely upped the calories & fat, but an easy way to up the richness.
Yummy! I took other reviewers suggestions and made a couple quick easy changes. I added 3 boulion cubes to the water, and I used bisquick (it was all I had). I also added some onion powder and garlic powder, and it was a hit here. Also super easy, which is always a plus with a family to feed!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Yummy Turkey Pot Pie
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 91
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