Wild Rice Turkey Pot Pie

"I came up with this while raiding my refrigerator of leftovers. I had some left over "Wild Rice with Cranberries and Caramelized Onions" (this can be found on food.com as well), and some leftover turkey in the freezer, as well as store bought pie crust. I decided to play with my food, and make something new for dinner. It turned out amazing. I will now make extra rice just so I can makes this!"
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Ready In:
1 pot pie


  • 2 (10 1/2 ounce) cans 98% fat-free cream of chicken soup
  • 2 cups leftover cooked turkey, cut into chunks
  • 2 -3 cups cooked wild rice, with cranberries and caramelized onions
  • 1 -2 prepared pie crust


  • Combine the soup, turkey, and rice in a large bowl.
  • If you want a bottom crust, place the crust in a pie dish, i used a deep dish pie plate.
  • Pour the mixture in to the pie shell, and top with the top crust. Make sure to cut slits for the steam to escape.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 30-45 minutes, or until crust is golden and the filling is hot.
  • This would also be great with other vegetables added in, I just used the leftovers that I had.
  • Please note: all the measurements are approximate. I didn't think to actually measure them, and just used all the leftovers I had. Adjust as needed!

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<p>I am a stay at home mommy to a sweet little boy and a precious little girl. I enjoy cooking and playing in the kitchen. It is my dream to one day own my own little breakfast/lunch shop. I doubt it will ever come to fruition though, because my husband and I agree that raising our children is my first priority. Looking at Food.com is one of the things that I do every day. I am not afraid to try anything. Thinkgs don't always turn out very good, but what is the fun when you don't try.&nbsp; I have two things that, as much as I try, I can't make.&nbsp; I am horrible at biscuits and pie crusts! They just never turn out!</p> <p>My love for cooking began at a young age when I cooked in the kitchen with my mom.&nbsp; I remember the day that I cooked something by myself the first time (it was biscuits amazingly).&nbsp; I hope that my kids love to cook as much as I do, and hope to help them in their culinary journey. My son, at 2.5 yrs old already always want to help.</p>
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