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Rodney
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Hi All.
I did a search on the forums and also in the recipe data base to find no recipe for turkey pot pie:
turkey pot pie
I am working on this recipe now so please add your 2 cents if you would.
I find the crust the tough one so I am going to try the rice pie crust recipe.
I have the rice cooking now so hear goes.
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Did I read right that this recipe had the evil dairy in it?


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Filling and rice crust mix spread in baking dish.


Got it finished last night, all I can say is this is great
I had my reservations on using the rice as a crust but the rice and mozzarella cheese made a nice fluffy somewhat crisp on the edges yummy crust. {I didn't add the sugar to the crust mix}



I did use a 1/2 cup of 1/2 and 1/2 and increased the veggie broth to compensate. And for the thickening I used 1/2 my seasoned spelt flour mixture and regular flour.
I wasn't to concerned about using the milk {even tho it's an avoid} since it's the first milk product I have had for quite some time.
I am now anxious to use this crust recipe for some other dishes what a great idea!
Next time I will give more room for the rice puffing up since the dish did just cook over the sides a little. Placing the cookie sheet under was a good thing.
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Thanks for the pictures, Rodney. As it's said, a picture tells a thousand words...or something to that effect.  


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YW Drea,
The pie is as good for breakfast as it was for dinner.
As I was warming some up I was thinking, leave the potato out and add turnip and maybe another root veggie for a change!
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That picture looks great, Rodney! Yummmmm!

I would suggest a mix of root veggies in place of the potatoes. I've tried parsnips, turnips and rutabaga and it was delicious!

You could also mash the root veggies and put them on top of the meat/vegetable filling to make a turkey cottage pie. Mashed sweet potatoes also make a good topping; you might even try thin slices of sweet potatoes dotted with ghee or brushed with olive oil, to make a 'crust'.


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Good ideas Brig. Thanks
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Yippy!  I really like the turquiose counters..


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