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Chicken Potpie

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Hey,

I just saw the recipe for dumplings and it made me think of Chicken Potpie. We used to make dough and roll it out flat, then cut it in big square noodles. There was no crust to it, although a recipe with the crust kind would be great too. I used to love the Stouffers with crust!

Anyone have a recipe for either?

Thanks,

Joni


Joni

Dx'd with Celiac Disease 8/01/07

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Hey,

I just saw the recipe for dumplings and it made me think of Chicken Potpie. We used to make dough and roll it out flat, then cut it in big square noodles. There was no crust to it, although a recipe with the crust kind would be great too. I used to love the Stouffers with crust!

Anyone have a recipe for either?

Thanks,

Joni

This isn't pot pie with a crust, but a shepherds pie. I saw this on the Food Network over the weekend and it looked so good. I'm going to make it after Thanksgiving with leftovers:

http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/re...6_35210,00.html

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Your Pot Pie sounds like an old family recipe on my mom's side. I just made it for my two daughters. Unfortunately, I had to use real flour as I do not think that it can be made using a substitute flour. If you come across a recipe, I sure would like to know. It was fun to teach my daughters how to make it. Even if I can never have it again, it was fun to pass this tradition down to the next generation. One of my daughters is adopted so she doesn't have my icky genes though the other one has IBS and I think eventually will be diagnosed with celiac disease.... but she is not ready to push enough to find out. She did have a biopsy but that came back negative. They did a blood test and one of those tests came back with numbers close to positive but her doc said with a negative biopsy, she couldn't possibly have celiac disease. I know.... we all know the truth there but she is just not ready to push the issue. anyway, I am glad to know someone who makes potpie with the big square "noodles". Publish a recipe if you find one that works for Celiacs!!!!


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Hi sparkles,

Yes, this was an old family recipe that has been passed down. And my 2 children love making it too. I will surely post if I find a good substitute recipe.

I can understand your daughters feelings. It has to be hard to go on the diet or imagine you have Celiac when the tests aren't conclusive. That's what is happening with my mom right now. Her blood tests came back normal and we're waiting for the biopsy results, but the doctor didn't see anything obvioius with her endo. Of course she tried gluten free or at least light for a couple months prior to the testing and felt better. I KNOW she either has Celiac or a wheat allergy. An allergist told her many years ago to avoid wheat. I don't know what she will end up doing about the diet but I am trying my best to get her to go back on the diet faithfully. I think it's something they have to be ready to do.


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Dx'd with Celiac Disease 8/01/07

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oh juliem...Did you ever make the Turkey Shepherd's Pie yet?

I had it tonight...it was delicious!!!

I did make a couple changes, but not too much so I'll post the recipe and what I did just in case anyone is interested. It is very good!

Thank you for bringing it to my attention!

Turkey Shepherd's Pie with Leftover Mashed Potatoes Copyright, 2006, Robin Miller, All rights reserved

Show: Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller

Episode: Give Thanks

2 cups leftover turkey meat

1 cup chopped carrots

1 cup chopped celery

1 cup chopped onion

2 bay leaves

1 teaspoon dried thyme (I used poultry seasoning instead)

2 cups reduced-sodium chicken broth (I used 1 cup gravy, 1 cup broth)

1/2 cup frozen green peas

1 1/2 cups leftover mashed potatoes (I added shredded cheddar cheese on top, yummy)

Salt and pepper

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.

In a large saucepan, combine turkey, carrots, celery, onion, bay leaves, and thyme. Pour over chicken broth and set pan over high heat. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium and simmer 5 minutes, until liquid reduces slightly. Remove bay leaves. Remove from heat and stir in peas.

Transfer turkey mixture to a deep-dish pie plate or shallow casserole dish placed on a baking sheet. Spoon mashed potatoes over top and, using the back of a spoon, make an even layer.

Place pie on a baking sheet and bake 15 minutes, until top is golden brown and filling is bubbly.


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Dx'd with Celiac Disease 8/01/07

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Funny--we had leftover turkey shepherd's pie last night for dinner!

I think any gluten-free pie crust recipe would work just fine, but the best I've tried by far is Annalise Roberts' recipe. It's in her book, so I can't post it without violating her copyright, but I can pm you the recipe. Better yet, go buy her book (Gluten-Free Baking Classics). Every recipe I have tried from there has been not just good but FANTASTIC, as well as easy. Her pie crust recipe is actually better than any gluteny pie crust I ever made and easier. I used it to make an apple pie for Thanksgiving dinner, which disappeared before 24 hours, so I made a peach-blackberry pie the next night, which is nearly gone (1/2 a piece left, which I plan to eat in a couple of minutes), and everyone said that the crust was the best part of the pie.

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chcicken pot pie recipe

ingredients

2 c. potatoes, prepard, cooled

2 c. mixed vegies (carrots green beans and corn ) if frozen the thaw it

2 c. gravy chicken

pie crust mix or recipe

directions preheat oven to 350 degree's

1: prepare pie dough and divide in half and roll out dough and put in your greesed pie plate.

2: mix vegies, gravy add salt and pepper if you want to, put in crust, top with potatoes.

3: roll out other half of dough and put on top of potatoes.

4: take a fork and push on the sides of pie plate, bake for 15 minutes or until crust is golden brown.

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enjoy.

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