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So Easy Beef Pot Pie

So Easy Beef Pot Pie created by Baby Kato

Savory and simple pot pie. You won't believe how simple it was.

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35mins
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directions

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  • Dredge beef in flour, brown in oil.
  • you do not have to cook beef entirely. Set aside in large bowl.
  • Combine all veggies except onions, soups, l cup milk, salt, pepper, basil with beef tips in large bowl. Mix well. Set aside.
  • Do not rinse or drain oil from pan, saute onions in same pan with beef juices, aprox. 5-7 mins on medium-high heat. Onions should be slightly opaque and soft. Mix with veggies and beef.
  • In a 8X8 baking dish pour veggie mix.
  • Combine rest of milk, egg, and biscut mix in another bowl. Combine thouroughly.
  • Make sure soup and veggie mixture is evenly smoothed out. Pour biscut mixture over top.
  • Bake at 400 degrees for at least 25 minutes Top should be golden and filling completely heated through. Cook an additional 5-10 minutes if you wish for a more golden crust.
  • You may need a cookie sheet under baking dish.
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"Savory and simple pot pie. You won't believe how simple it was."
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  1. bill mayes
    Wow! thishas great potential for 5 stars but a few changes need to be made. The cooking time did not allow for the carrots to be fully cooked and the celery needed more time. I would suggest cooking everything but the bisquit for 20 minutes then add the bisquit and follow the regular directions. I did use a small can of green beans instead of the broccoli. The taste was five star but crunchy veggies needed more cooking time. Of course this is just a opinion. Judge for yourself.
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  2. bill mayes
    Wow! thishas great potential for 5 stars but a few changes need to be made. The cooking time did not allow for the carrots to be fully cooked and the celery needed more time. I would suggest cooking everything but the bisquit for 20 minutes then add the bisquit and follow the regular directions. I did use a small can of green beans instead of the broccoli. The taste was five star but crunchy veggies needed more cooking time. Of course this is just a opinion. Judge for yourself.
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  3. FDADELKARIM
    Simple, Easy, Wonderful... Very filling, I wish I was able to eat more of it. I made twice as much Bisquick mix so that I could add a bottom layer. I used chicken instead of beef inside my pie. I also substituted a can of diced potatoes for the broccoli. I then added 1/2 cup shredded cheese to the mixture (got to have cheese) YUM! ;)
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  4. FDADELKARIM
    Simple, Easy, Wonderful... Very filling, I wish I was able to eat more of it. I made twice as much Bisquick mix so that I could add a bottom layer. I used chicken instead of beef inside my pie. I also substituted a can of diced potatoes for the broccoli. I then added 1/2 cup shredded cheese to the mixture (got to have cheese) YUM! ;)
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  5. Baby Kato
    So Easy Beef Pot Pie Created by Baby Kato
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