Chicken and Mushroom Pie: No Mess, No Fuss
Last updated: September 2023
Pies have become one of my favorite comfort foods to eat. I previously bought frozen ones, but felt like I needed fresh and more quality ingredients in my pies. So I came up with this recipe, hoping to create comfort, but also less hassle for those who get quickly tired as I do.
I froze all of the fresh pies I made for the days that I am so tired that I can't make dinners. However, this recipe can feed a family of 5 or more depending on how you cut up the individual pies. I have used ingredients like frozen vegetables as this makes it less of a hassle to cook for long periods.
Makes 5 servings
Prep time: 25 minutes
Cook time: 35 minutes
Ingredients for chicken and mushroom pie
- 2 cups of green peas
- 3 medium carrots
- 2 yellow onions
- 4 medium-sized potatoes
- 1 whole chicken breast, diced
- 5 whole mushrooms
- 2 cups of frozen sweet corn
- 2 sheets of shortcrust Pastry Sheet 300g
- Seasonings, depending on the person but I used: garlic, a pinch of salt, pepper, all-purpose seasoning
Directions for chicken and mushroom pie
- Boil your potatoes so that they are soft, but not soft enough for a complete mash, then set them aside.
- Mix your diced chicken breast and cut-up onions in a saucepan and cook them until they are light brown.
- Next, add your carrots and mushrooms to the pot and cook until soft.
- Add the frozen peas and corn to the pot, then season it with a pinch of salt, pepper, and all-purpose seasoning.
- Add the soft-boiled potatoes to the saucepan with all your other fillings and cook that all together until it is soft.
- Once your filling is ready, get your dish, roll out your first sheet of shortcrust pastry and egg wash it, then add your filling.
- Use a spatula to fit your fill into the pie firmly.
- Add the last shortcrust party sheet on top of the filling and egg wash it, ready to put it in the oven, and cook until pasta is brown.
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- calories: 316
- cholesterol: 0mg
- dietary fiber: 6g
- protein: 9g
- sodium: 276mg
- sugars: 4g
- total carbohydrates: 67g
- total fat: 2g
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