Love You Potpies
Total TimePrep: 40 min. Bake: 10 min.
Very delicious and attractive meal.
My husband and I really liked this! I used leftover Thanksgiving turkey instead of chicken, and didn't have the full amount (only about 1/2) but I think it worked out well. To offset not having as much turkey, I added in some frozen corn with the peas at the end. Instead of making hearts, I made them into "gingerbread men" since Christmas is coming soon. I loved having the shredded parm on top, but I think I may have cooked them just a tad too long. Also, cooking the vegetables took longer than I anticipated. The carrots and potatoes took a while to become tender, and by the time they did, most of the butter and oil was gone. I'll have to remember that for next time. Overall a great recipe, very yummy. I'd make this again.
love the creamy rich sauce. but I added more spices and more peas and mushrooms. When cooking the carrots and other vegies, cover the pan to get carrots done. Gail Borczyk, Field Editor
I loved this recipe! I used both pieces of puff pastry ... One onbottom of 9x 13 pan and the other I cut into shapes and laid on top.
Used the filling recipe, which was good. But cut some puff pastry I had leftover from another recipe and bake and served on top filling.
We loved this, I added mushrooms and garlic to mine and my husband love it.
Sounds fantastic, but at our house store bought pie crust is a NO GO! also pie has to have crust and these cute little hearts don't really count. I do love how simple the filling is to make though.
My Family loves this!
My son prompted me to try this recipe. I used Krystal's tips. The pot pies turned out great!
I made this last night and with a couple additions it was awesome. Along with the veggies I added mushrooms and minced garlic. I also made an extra cup of gravy and added about 1/2 tsp of poultry seasoning. My husband loved the Love You Pot Pies. Krystal