Quick Turkey Pot Pie

"A Wonderful way to use leftover turkey. Came across this recipe recently and actually just tried it for lunch today and thought it was quite nice and wanted to share it here.Hope you enjoy it as much as i did."
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  • 2 cups mixed vegetables
  • 2 cups cooked turkey, chopped
  • 1 (10 ounce) can cream soup, undiluted (chicken or mushroom)
  • 1 cup Bisquick
  • 1 egg
  • 12 cup milk


  • Place turkey and vegetables in a 8 inch pie pan.
  • Cover with soup.
  • Mix egg,milk and bisquick.
  • Pour over top.
  • Bake at 400F 30-35 minutes or until golden.
  • Serve with favorite salad.

Questions & Replies

  1. When it says 2 cups mixed vegetables,is it meant cooked vegetables,frozen vegetables or fresh.If it's cooked or fresh,how do you cut them and what kind have you used?If your using frozen,what kind,do you defrost them first.Sorry these are probably dumb questions.I didn't see anyone else being confused.Obviously I never made anything like this before.It sounds like a tasty great way to use leftover turkey.Thanks.


  1. This recipe was quick and very good. I did make a few changes however. I was out of bisquick so I had 2 9 inch pie crusts that I used for the bottom and the top. I added some poultry seasoning for a little more flavor and it turned out great! My kids wanted seconds and my daughter is a very picky eater who loved it!
  2. This was a nice, quick way to make a delicious Turkey Pot Pie. This happens to be one of my husband's favorite dishes, and I was looking for a quick and easy recipe to be able to throw together with ease, after a long day at work. This fit the bill perfectly! I made it exactly as written, and it turned out great. I thought the crust was a bit thick, and would prefer a little less crust and a bit more "stuff." But, it was, otherwise, very good. My husbad sure enjoyed it - he had three servings! :-)
  3. This recipe is so easy to make and tastes so good. I ended up eating half the pan before i realized it! Had to force myself to quit! i even added a little shredded white cheddar cheese before the Bisquick.
  4. Right on the money, I have tried with turkey and beef...a little different spices and soup for each and used 4 mini loaf pans, but my hubby says its brilliant!
  5. It was a good dish. I added a layer of stuffing but the chicken soup didn't seem to have melted in as much as I would have liked. Next time I would mix a bit of liquid to the chicken soup. I also used steamed veggies.


  1. I am not sure that I have ever used 3 Zaar recipes to make a 4th or not until now. There was leftover turkey which had been prepared using Smoked Holiday Turkey Recipe #137890. I found this recipe and didn't want leftovers and with it calling for a can of cream soup it would have been difficult to halve. I used Healthy Substitute for Cream of Recipe #18157 for the soup and Recipe #35950 for the Bisquick. The casserole was great and no leftovers. Thanks!


i live in rural canada. i love to cook, penpalling, hockey,music, and wwe wrestling. also am a avid fishermen as well. my grandmother who was a great cook and baker (she owned and operated a bake shop for years) was my biggest inspiration for me learning to cook and bake.
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