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Two New Ways To Make Pot Pie

 

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Growing up, pot pie night was the highlight of my week, dinner-wise at least! The idea of getting my very own little dish, piping hot out of the oven, made me feel so special. My mom used to make the classic chicken pot pie, but I thought it was time to recreate my favorite childhood dish. The best part is that it’s a one pot meal which means easy clean up, and who doesn’t love that?

If you love pizza, this dish is for you! Served in an nontraditional way, and filled with a unique blend of vegetables, both adults and kids will be excited for dinner. Feel free to substitute your favorite vegetables for the ones in the recipe.

Click here for the Pizza Pot Pie recipe.

Mock crab is one of my favorite ingredients to work with these days. Being able to take a non-kosher dish and make it kosher is thrilling to me!
Here is my take on the classic “crab” pot pie. The rustic element from the vegetables and elegance from the wine pairs perfectly to create a delicious one pot meal that is sure to impress your guests!

Here is my recipe for “Crab” Pot Pie.

If you want more ideas for traditional and non traditional pot pie recipes click here.

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One Response to Two New Ways To Make Pot Pie

  1. I love Jamie’s recipes, especially her Chicken Gumbo. Ya Baby, you rock!

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