10 Reviews

I agree with VickiC. This was good and easy. I did add some extra turkey, but other than that kept the recipe the same. I let it sit overnight in the refrigerator after it cooled a bit and we are having it for dinner tonight. I snuck a sliver to try this morning and it is delicious. Thanks for a great recipe that is SOOO easy!!!!

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chemonurse93 December 09, 2009

Good and easy. Here is what I did differently. I had a leftover pie crust that I had already baked on accident for Thanksgiving and didn't need. I used the leftover turkey, can of mush. soup and cream of chicken soup, big hunks of frozen broccoli, cauliflower and carrots and about 1/4 c. milk. Mixed together and put into already baked crust, topped with another unbaked crust and baked for a little over an hour as directed. Every loved it! Thanks

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VickiC November 30, 2009

This was VERY easy and also Very good. I have made other Pot Pie recipes that have been more alot more work and after tasting this I don't think the extra work is worth the effort. The only changes I made was adding, salt, pepper and a little thyme. Thanks for this very easy and tasty recipe!

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JFitz October 29, 2009

When I cook I usually start with a recipe and then end up tweaking it due to my own personality or the ingredients available. That is what happened here. I needed to double the recipe but didn't have enough soup so I used one can each of the cream of mushroom and cream of celery soup PLUS some leftover turkey gravy. I omitted the milk completely. For the vegetables, I just used what was on hand, frozen green beans, carrots, and peas. It turned out great! I will definitly make it again!Thanks for the very easy receipe!

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Vickiw December 17, 2005

I have made this twice and found it truly delicious, but I found, like riffraff did, that it turned out very runny. Iused half a 1Lb bag of veg, because I didn't think that it would take any more; also the slits in the top appeared to close up. Are either of these causing the runniness?

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Kenneth Hazelden July 20, 2004

I followed the recipe to the letter but the filling was very very runny. Tasted great though so all was not lost. I used a 10 oz. box of veggies. Be sure and put the pie on a cookie sheet as mine boiled over into the bottom of the oven.

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riffraff July 03, 2004

Excellent recipe, and so easy to make. For two of us this lasted for three days.

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Bonnie Baker February 27, 2004

Well my ds loved this recipe. We are low carbers, but I thought I'd make him some comfort food. You may not recognize your recipe but I made it according to what I had in the house!! Cream of broccoli soup and cream of chicken and mushroom. I added salt & pepper, some onion and celery, and I didn't have any milk so I put 1/4 c. cream and 1/4.milk in. I used small cans of corn & peas, but Cathy, I did have the pie crusts, so that's a good thing!!! He's still eating and it's half gone. Thanks!!

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Chill February 24, 2004

Easy!

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karen in tbay February 24, 2004

This is easier to make than the already made ones and tastes a thousand times better! I added salt, pepper and a touch of garlic and my hubby loves it. I have tried it also with chicken and subbed cream of chicken for the cream of mushroom and loved it too. THANKS!

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pixie99344 November 17, 2003
Turkey Pot Pie