I thought I would share a yummy dinner with you today. I had left over turkey from Thanksgiving in the freezer. So thought it was time to use it up. So I put that in a large fry pan, added cream of chicken soup, 2 chicken bullion cubes, a can of drained corn, a can of drained peas, some chopped up carrots, green onions and added some milk and seasonings. Let that come to a simmer.
I had a cooking party for Demarle at Home a few weeks back and wanted to see how my turkey pot pie would come out in the large round mold. I had made two cheesecakes in for my daughters wedding, and my, oh my, were they ever perfect! So getting back to the pot pie.....
I used two refrigerator pie crusts. The first one on the bottom. You don't need to spray or grease anything. Just lay the pie crust in the bottom of the mold and slightly press the crust up the sides. I spooned in the filling, and it came up over the edge of the crust. I wasn't worried about it looking beautiful, but just wanted to get all the filling in there.
Then I topped it with the second crust. Curled the excess crust edges in, and added some slits on top. Put it on the recommended baking sheets. In to the oven at 375 degrees for about 25-35 minutes. Since the filling was hot, I just needed to bake the crusts. I could have done an egg wash, but was in a hurry as we were all hungry, and I kinda forgot about it, till after I took it out of the oven.
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Happy Cooking and Baking!