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Creamy chicken, bacon, mushroom & veggie pie filling


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Ingredients

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Creamy chicken, bacon, mushroom & veggie pie filling

  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1 leek, large, white part only, chopped roughly 3cm pieces
  • 1/2 brown onion, halved
  • 25 grams olive oil
  • 4 streaky bacon rashers, (about 130g), finely diced
  • 20 grams Butter
  • 1 zucchini, finely diced
  • 1 carrot, finely diced
  • 600-700 grams chicken breast, (about 2 large chicken breasts), cubed (I did about 2cm cubed size)
  • 6 button mushrooms, sliced
  • 200 grams pure cream
  • 40-50 g Vegetable or Chicken Stock Paste
  • 2 heaped tablespoon cornflour, mixed in a small bowl with 2 tablespoons of cold water
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Recipe's preparation

    Method
  1. 1. Place garlic, leek and onion into mixing bowl and chop 4 seconds/speed 5.

    2. Add olive oil and bacon and cook 5 mins/100C/speed 1. Scrape down sides.

    3. Add butter, zucchini and carrot and cook 3 mins/100C/speed 1. Scrape down sides if needed.

    4. Add chicken, mushrooms, cream, vegetable stock paste and cornflour water and cook 20 mins/100C/ /speed 0.5 with measuring cup (MC) off and simmering basket on top of lid instead.

    ** If filling not as thick as you like, mix 1 tablespoon cornflour with a little water and add to mixing bowl. Cook for 1 minute, 100 degrees, reverse speed 2 for 1 minute. I do this for our pies and often will just add 3 tablespoons to begin with.

    ** I also taste test and see if needs extra teaspoon of stock paste. If yes, add and stir through with spatula.

    Note: Filling with thicken as cooling. To cool quicker, remove filling from the mixing bowl and put in another dish to finish cooling.

    Enjoy! tmrc_emoticons.) Perfect as a pie filling for a family pie or individual pies in a pie maker. I use puff pastry for both the top and bottom of a pie when I make them in a pie maker. The filling is also great in a pasta bake or on pasta, rice or mashed potato. You could also make a large pie or mini pot pies in ramekins with pastry or mash (potato/sweet potato/cauliflower/pumpkin etc) on top. Cheese is nice on the mash too 😉 I like to add grated cheese on top of the pie filling before I put the top pastry on. So good!!!

    **I would love for you to please leave your comment & rating feedback below if you do try the recipe. Thank you 😊

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Tip

Tips:
**If filling not as thick as you like, mix 1 tablespoon cornflour with a little water and add to mixing bowl. Cook for 1 minute, 100 degrees, reverse speed 2 for 1 minute. I do this for our pies and often will just add 3 tablespoons to begin with.

* I also taste test and see if needs extra teaspoon of stock paste. If yes, add and stir through with spatula.

**Allow the filling to cool down before using it as a pie filling.


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  • A family fave! Thank you

    Submitted by belinda_harbron87 on 1. July 2021 - 22:05.

    A family fave! Thank you

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  • This was really tasty filling. My family really...

    Submitted by Aly_28 on 23. June 2021 - 12:17.

    This was really tasty filling. My family really enjoyed it.

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  • Why did mine turn out like a very thick soup? Used...

    Submitted by jkorn11 on 19. April 2021 - 10:30.

    Why did mine turn out like a very thick soup? Used chicken thigh but otherwise followed the recipe. i had to add some diced cooked chicken so my pies had some 'content'. I'm just a new thermo user so still learning.

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    Submitted by HayleyGrimwood on 19. September 2020 - 18:36.


    Yum yum yum!

    I threw in the zucchini and carrot with the leek, garlic and onion to hide the veggies from the family.

    Will make this again and again!

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  • Scrumptious! Even got the tick of approval from my...

    Submitted by DebDuffell on 17. September 2020 - 22:10.

    Scrumptious! Even got the tick of approval from my hard to please husband ✔️

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  • Helene Battams: Thanks so much Helen for making my...

    Submitted by mixingwithnatalie on 13. September 2020 - 18:49.

    Helene Battams: Thanks so much Helen for making my recipe and for your feedback, so appreciated 😊 I am very happy to hear you thought is was delicious and will be making it again. We loved the filling so much I just had to share it. Thanks again 💕 - Natalie

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  • Delicious! I used large muffin tins, puff pastry...

    Submitted by Helene Battams on 13. September 2020 - 16:26.

    Delicious! I used large muffin tins, puff pastry and made pies with this mixture! Yum! I used chicken tender loins, but I only had about 500 g. I reduced the cream to 140 g, I only had chicken stock paste and halved the quantity. Totes delicious and I will make again! Many thanks for the recipe 💕🧑🏼‍🍳💕

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