*  Exported from  MasterCook II  *
 
                     Turkey Pot Pie with Biscuit Crust
 
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 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Turkey                           Ground Turkey
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
                         Filling
    1      lb            ground turkey
    1      can           chicken broth (14 oz)
    3      T             butter
    3      T             flour
    2                    carrots -- chopped (approx 1/2
    1      medium        onion -- chopped
    2      stalks        celery -- chopped
      1/2  c             frozen peas
                         black pepper
           1             or more:thyme, tarragon,oregano
                         Biscuit crust
    2 1/4  c             flour
    2 1/2  t             baking powder
    4      T             butter
    1      c             milk
 
 Mix the baking powder with the 2 1/4 c of flour.  Using your fingers, rub
 the butter into the flour mixture until there are uniform granules of
 butter/flour chunks (< 3 mm or so).  Stir in the milk.  Knead the mixture
 with your hands until it holds together in a sticky mass.  Set aside. Saute
 the turkey until almost completely cooked.  Remove from the pan.  Melt 1 T
 of butter and saute the vegetables (except the peas) until soft.  Remove
 from the pan.  Melt remaining 2 T of butter, stir in the flour, and cook to
 form a roux.  Add the broth and seasonings, cooking until thickened.  Put
 the turkey, vegetable mixture, and the peas in the bottom of a baking dish.
 Pour
 the sauce over the filling.  Cover the filling with chunks of the biscuit
 dough.  It’s ok if the filling is not completely covered.  Bake at 450 deg
 for 15 min, or until crust is firm and somewhat brown.
 
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 NOTES : NOTES : (Note: The amount of crust will depend on the type of baking
 dish you use.  For a wide and shallow pan, make the full amount.  For a dish
 that is deep with a
 relatively narrow diameter, cut the crust recipe in half