There is something so sentimental about duck pot pie. we mean, even a name creates me feel comfortable and hairy inside — and we know I’m not a usually one. It’s delicious! That’s because we set out to make a single apportionment recipe of duck pot pie from blemish that someone can simply make themselves for cooking on any night of a week — we wanted it to make cooking duck pot cake easy and approachable.
Well, we have to say: It was one of a many tasty missions I’ve ever taken on. And while there are apparently so many easy cake recipes out there, what happens when we only wish a cut of tasty, prohibited food though carrying to understanding with leftovers? There’s no indicate in cooking for a throng when we live alone, and by creation singular portions of your meals, your food is always fresh.
This specific recipe will produce a six-inch pot pie, though with a few adjustments, it is probable to make an even smaller version. And as with all single apportionment recipes, there is so many room for customization — after all, this dish is just for you! For example, we can use whatever leftover veggies we have on hand. It’s an overwhelming approach to prevent food waste while removing a many crash for your buck.
If you’re a vegetarian, skip a duck and hang to vegetables. Swap out duck batch for unfeeling stock. Is gluten a no-go? Use gluten-free flour or your favorite gluten-free cake membrane recipe. Anything goes when it comes to homemade pie, my friends.
Chicken Pot Pie For One
- 1 crater flour
- 6 tablespoons cold butter, cubed
- 6 to 8 teaspoons ice cold H2O
- Pinch of salt
Chicken Pot Pie Filling:
- 1 crater duck stock
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 2 tablespoons flour
- 1/3 crater chopped onion
- 1 crater chopped vegetables
- 1 crater chopped baked chicken
- Melted butter for tip of crust
(*Don’t have a time or calm to make cake membrane from scratch? Feel giveaway to use store-bought dough.)
Pre-heat a oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. If you’re regulating solidified vegetables, ready according to a package’s directions.
1. To make cake brew for a six-inch cake pan, apart a hang of butter into 6 tablespoons and dual tablespoons. Set aside a dual tablespoons.
(If you’re regulating store-bought cake dough, take dual tablespoons of butter and skip to Step 7.)
2. Combine a flour and splash of salt.
3. Slice a 6 tablespoons of butter into tiny cubes.
4. Using a food processor, brew a butter and flour. If we don’t have a food processor, use a vast complicated flare to cut a butter into a flour.
5. Continue blending until a flour is in corpulent pieces. It’ll take some bend grease, though it’ll be value it, we promise.
Slowly supplement ice cold water, one to dual teaspoons as a time. Mix, mix, and brew some more.
6. After you’ve combined about 8 teaspoons of water, a reduction will form a gummy consistency.
If it is still too dry, supplement a tiny some-more water. If it’s too sticky, chuck in a lurch of flour. Repeat until it’s only right.
Cover a play and set aside in a refrigerator.
7. In a tiny pot, warp dual tablespoons of butter. Add flour and onions.
8. Cook onions until they’re somewhat brownish-red and translucent.
9. Add vegetables and chicken. Mix well.
10. Slowly supplement duck batch and stir. Simmer until a salsa thickens up, that will take about 15 to 20 minutes.
11. Meanwhile, apart a cake brew that you’ve placed in a fridge. You’ll need 2/3 of it for a bottom membrane and a remaining 1/3 of it for a top.
12. Roll out a incomparable apportionment of brew and press into a pan. Don’t worry about creation it pretty! Instead, concentration on formulating an even covering though any holes.
13. Add a duck pot cake filling.
14. Roll out a smaller apportionment of brew we set aside in Step 11.
15. Add a brew to a tip of a pan, and press a edges together with a fork.
16. Cut a cut in a center of a tip covering of brew (this allows feverishness into a pie). Next, brush a covering of melted butter or olive oil over a tip covering of crust.
17. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes
18. Let cold and enjoy!
Now, forgive me while we breathe this decadent singular apportionment of duck pot pie.