If you like Indian food, you'll love this. These are really simple to make and taste great. A fantastic way to use up leftover chicken. You can make one large pie with this or I get about 4 or 5 individual ones, just depends on which size pie tray you use. These also freeze well after baking.
This is a tried and true recipe that I make over and over again This recipe is from Joanna Lund. I love her recipes. This is a meal that even a man would love. This can be frozen and it is only 193 calories per serving. Diabetic exchanges are: 1 1/2 Protein, 1 1/2 Vegetable and 1 Starch. Only 544 mg of Sodium.
Just like your Grandma used to make with a couple "extras" to zip it up! This is an easy recipe and can be made after a long day at work or shopping. Put it togther, pop it in the oven, and relax with a cup of coffee (or a nice long hot bath) while it bakes.
So simple, and so delicious! Kids and adults will love this pot pie. My fussy husband even loves it! I use chicken gravy because I like the milder taste myself. Adding the small amount of beef soup base gives the gravy color, and a hint of beef flavor.
Here is a fantastic meat pie recipe. The filling also makes a great pasta sauce. I have a pie maker which I use to bake the pie, however I have given instructions for baking the pie in the oven.
If you have a pie maker just place pastry in bottom pie shape fill with filling, place pastry lid on top and let the pie maker do all the work. I don't bother with the egg when using the pie maker.
Do not use the conflour to thicken if you are using the filling as a pasta sauce.
Recent research suggests that curry may guard against the development of Alzheimer's disease (see http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/1668932.stm). This recipe is for a curry using ingredients commonly found in American kitchens. Ease of preparation and a short cooking time make it a great supper for those who want to add some curry to their everyday menu. Adjust the amount of curry powder to suit your own taste.