Leftover Turkey Pot Pie

French Rolling Pin & HolderWhile many people consider leftover turkey sandwiches one of the finer parts of a holiday meal, they can get old after a day or two and most families find themselves with freezer bags full of the tasty meat. Before you get turkey sandwiched out for another year, try this dish to mix things up a bit.

You Will Need:
8oz leftover turkey
leftover mashed potatoes (optional)
1 Instant Pie Crust (The already rolled out kind in the refrigerates section.)
15oz peas
15oz carrots
15oz kernel corn
15oz potatoes
1 jar of turkey gravy (or leftover gravy)
1/2 can cream of mushroom or cream of celery soup (Omit soup if using mashed potatoes.)
2 TBS parsley flakes
2 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp pepper
1 pinch crushed rosemary

Instructions:
Preheat oven to 400°.
Roll out pie crust into pie pan and line with 2 layers of aluminum foil.
Bake 10 minutes.
Remove foil and bake 5 more minutes or until crust is brown.
While pie crust is baking, combine ingredients in a bowl except mashed potatoes. Use enough soup and gravy to moisten mixture.
Pour mixture into baked crust.
Cover with mashed potatoes.
Cover edges only with aluminum foil to protect crust and bake another 30 minutes.

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4 Responses to “Leftover Turkey Pot Pie”

  1. Linda K. says:

    This recipe sounds wonderful, it sounds easy and quick which are two important criteria to me. But what if you don’t have leftover mashed potatoes, would you change the cooking time or just cook the potatoes ahead? Thank you for the wonderful tips, I’m enjoying your web site.

  2. sturbridge says:

    Failing leftover mashed potatoes, I’d omit them and add a little extra gravy or canned soup, no change in cooking time. I’m about easy and making up fresh mashed potatoes for this sounds like work to me. If you feel the need for a starchy topping, you can always cover with a second pie crust. Cover the whole thing with aluminum foil for all but the last five minutes of cooking, then uncover and brown the top crust.

    Thanks for the question!

  3. Jorge Bennes says:

    Neat. Thanks for this!

  4. This looks amazing. I can’t wait to try this. Keep up the nice work!

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