Oh Rita, again with the great recipe! Thanks soooo much! I was looking for a turkey pot pie, saw your name and knew this was the one. The only thing I did different was minced a jalapeno pepper in with the onion and garlic. The seasoning was spot on!
We did like this, but think next time might cut back on the thyme and sage. I used homemade broth, so it already had a lot of seasoning in it, that may have been it. But I sure don't like to change recipes around the first time I try them, unless it is to leave out an ingredient that the family really does not like at all, and I don't feel like it will effect the recipe. Thank you for a great way to use up those leftovers after Thanksgiving. Loved the fact that I got some use from the broth I made and the leftover turkey.
rita this was terrific my boyfriend has been asking me to make a turkey pot pie for so long and i have tried and enjoyed your recipes so i tried it and he loved it thanks.I also used chicken broth and put parsnips and baby peas in with all the rest .so easy thanks again.
Delicious! I love pot pies for dinner, but rarely make them. Having all that turkey leftover from Thanksgiving is just the motivation I needed, and this recipe was my answer. I didn't have mushrooms, so just omitted them. I used chicken broth instead of turkey broth, and dried herbs instead of fresh. We loved it. I used Easy Oil Pie Crust for my crust. Thanks, Rita!
This is so delicious! I left out the red pepper flakes and put extra garlic in. Thank you for a great turkey leftover recipe!
I am not a big fan of eating Turkey forever. This makes leftover turkey new and wonderful. I was especially excited that this recipe did not have milk as an ingredient. I left out the red pepper and poppy seeds and it still came out delicious. My 6 year old wanted to know if we could eat this every night. Thank you for posting.
What a delicious treat this was! The flavors blend deliciously. I made a few amendments to the recipe. i used a prepared roll-out 9" pie crust for the bottom, and substituted with a can of prepared reduced fat croissant rolls for the top crust, and smeared it with butter on top. I skipped the celery, used 1 1/2 cups diced potatoes, 14 oz chicken stock/2oz heavy cream instead of 2 c turkey broth, and used freshly cooked smoked turkey breast chunks. I used the exact ingredients listed otherwise, and followed Rita's directions for cooking. I will be making this pot pie recipe from now on. Absolutely divine.
I loved the flavor of this pot pie, most tend to be bland but this was so flavorful. I never would have thought to use red pepper flakes and I almost left them out but I'm glad I didn't! I did use chicken and chicken broth(all I had) and I also just used one crust on top which cut calories and cooking time. So yummy! Thanks for posting!