This chicken pie is easy to make and still feels like a proper pie - even though it's lower in calories. Serve with steamed veg, it's so filling you don't need anything else. For this recipe you will need two individual pie dishes (about 400ml/14fl oz). Each serving provides 344kcal, 41g protein, 12g carbohydrate (of which 8g sugars), 14g fat (of which 6g saturates), 3g fibre and 1.5g salt.
Guys, I have to just get something off my chest. My husband doesn’t eat mince (among a whole list of other ingredients) and it’s FRUSTRATING. There, I said it. Even if this isn’t the most emotional confession you might hear today, for me, it is quite the predicament.Who doesn’t love mince? For me there are loads of reasons to love this versatile ingredient. It’s rather cheap, nutritious and can be used in like a gazillion recipes. Think Homemade Burgers,Meatballs in Tomato Sauce, Mince and…
Cock-a-Leekie pot pie. You can top with mash or you could top with puff pastry. If you're not a parsnip fan you could sub turnip, tattie, carrot, or other root vege. NOTE: corn flour = American corn starch and you can sub sour cream for creme fraiche. This recipe is an excellent base upon which to experiment.
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