After-Christmas Turkey Potpie

After-Christmas Turkey Potpie

"Need ways to use up leftover turkey? This is what I like to do. The cubed poultry, tender vegetables and herbs encased in a flaky crust is a favorite at our house."
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1 h 25 m servings
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Original recipe yields 6 servings

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  1. In a skillet, saute carrots, onion, celery, thyme and pepper in butter until vegetables are crisp-tender. In a large resealable plastic bag, combine turkey and flour; shake to coat. Add turkey, soup and green beans to the vegetable mixture; mix well. Line a 9-in. pie plate with bottom crust. Add turkey mixture. Roll out remaining pastry to fit top of pie; seal and flute edges. Cut slits in pastry. Brush with milk. Cover edges loosely with foil. Bake at 350 degrees F for 55-65 minutes or until golden brown. Serve warm.

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Very good. I used a can of cream of chiken soup and next time will also add a half to a whole can of cream of potato soup since i like my pot pies a little more gravy like on the inside. I used ...

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i made it exactaly as it said but it crumbled and was soupy and stuck to the pan but it still tasted good

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Very good. I used a can of cream of chiken soup and next time will also add a half to a whole can of cream of potato soup since i like my pot pies a little more gravy like on the inside. I used ...

I tried this recipe a couple days ago, and it tasted great! I did make a few modifications, but nothing really significant. I used frozen deep dish pie crusts, which must be rather small compare...

This was extremely easy. I used ready made pie crusts and frozen mixed vegetables with carrots, corn, and green beans, and everything else exactly as directed. My husband and two teenage boys sa...

Really good, and so easy! My husband ate this 3 days in a row and couldn’t get enough of it. I couldn't find the golden mushroom soup so I used cream of mushroom soup instead, was delicious. Th...

Great simple and oh so yummy! I love this i make it with deli turkey too!

Very good and really easy!! Bought a Tenderflake frozen double pie crust. I should have brought the top pie shell to room temperature because it came out of the oven with a little funny bump o...

Amazing! I doubled the recipe and made 2, then I made two more! Everyone including the kids LOVED this Potpie. These will be a tradition every Thanksgiving and Christmas! Thanks!

This recipe is good - I didn't have the golden mushroom soup so I used cream of celery instead (it's all I had) and it was pretty good but I think it would have been MUCH better with the golden ...

This was excellent! I accidentally doubled the carrots but I think it just made it that much sweeter. Bonus: the kids enjoyed an extra helping of vegetables without being any wiser.

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