::Thinking to self:: "Mmm, Thanksgiving dinner was deeelicious. But now what to do with all these leftovers?? I know, I'll make a Leftover Turkey Pot Pie!"
To make the Leftover Turkey Pot Pie, I gathered my leftovers. There wasn't much left, not even any gravy, but I made due with what I had.
Apple Pie Dough
Cream of Mushroom Sauce
3" Pot Pie Pan
Preheat the Oven
Slice the Potatoes
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Step 1: Roll the Pie Dough
Split the pie dough into two and roll out one side of the dough to about 1/8" thick. Place this at the bottom of the pan. The original apple pie was made following a recipe at http://www.myhomecooking.net/apple-pie/, I only had dough left over.
Step 2: Add the Filling
I layered the filling putting the turkey in first, then the potatoes.
Step 3: Add the Gravy
If you had left over gravy, this would be great. Unfortunately, my gravy was eaten on Thanksgiving. So I did the next best thing, store bought gravy.
I used Cream of Mushroom Sauce. I only needed about 2 spoonfuls for the smaller pie pan. It was a little to thick, so I mixed it with water in a bowl. Then I added it to the pie.
Step 4: Make and Add the Cover
I took the other half of the pie crust and rolled it out and added holes to it. Then I put it on top of the pie pan and pushed the top and bottom together to "seal" it.
Step 5: Bake
If you add a brushing of eggs to the top dough before baking, it should give a nice brown color. I forgot and did not today. Place the pie pans into the oven and Bake at 350 for 15 - 20 minutes.
Step 6: Remove, Cool, and Enjoy
Remove the pie pans from the oven, let them cool, and enjoy your Leftover Turkey Pot Pie.