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Chicken and Leek Pie



8 portion(s)

Pie pastry base

  • 3 sheets Puff Pastry, thawed

Pie Filling

  • 3 chicken breasts, cooked and shredded
  • 90 grams Butter, chopped
  • 1 onion, cut into 4
  • 1 large carrot, chopped
  • 1 leek, white part, chopped
  • 200 grams button mushrooms, halved
  • 500 grams hot water
  • 1 tablespoon chicken stock paste
  • 75 grams cornflour
  • 300 grams cream

Recipe's preparation

    Pastry base
  1. pre heat your oven to 200 degrees or 180 fan forced.

    Grease a large and deep pie plate, line wth thawed puff pastry, use beaten egg over any joins. leave enough pastry for the top. set aside.

  2. filling
  3. Weigh the butter into the bowl, add the onion, lock lid, chop, speed 4 3 seconds, repeat. Scrape down the bowl, cook 4 minutes, varoma, speed 1, m/c in place.

  4. Add the carrot and leek to the bowl, chop speed 4, 3 seconds Scrape down the walls, repeat and cook 4 minutes, varoma, speed 1, m/c in place


    (You don’t want the carrots to be too small)

  5. Add in the mushrooms and flour, cook, 2 minutes, 100, speed 1, it will be quite thick, m/c off


    Add the stock and cream, lock the lid, turn the speed up to speed 4 to make sure everything is incorporated well before commencing with the cooking.

    cook 15 minutes, 100, speed 1, reverse with the insert basket over the m/c hole, the mixture should be at approx 1.5L mark of your bowl.

    Check to see if the carrots are cooked, if not cook a little more.

  6. Add in the cooked chicken and stir everything to combine, using your spatula, you can do this in a large bowl but it should all fit in your TMX bowl, you need not use the TM to mix it all. Spoon the filling into your pastry case, cover with pastry, brush over with beaten egg and bake for 20-30 minutes. Or until heated through and the pastry is golden.


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You can use a whole roast chicken, remove all the skin and bones and use the TMX to shred.

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    Submitted by beccywaugh on 25. July 2017 - 11:39.

    Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!

    Hubby is so against chicken pies (will only eat beef) but he LOVES this one!

    When I first made it I accidentally left out the water & I loved the consistency so I leave it out on purpose now. We prefer a thicker pie so it's perfect for us!!!!

    MUST TRY!!!

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  • Wow YUM...

    Submitted by Dandi37 on 8. May 2017 - 09:31.

    Wow, YUM!

    Gosh it was hard to stop eating the left over filling. Who am I trying to kid - it was eaten in a jiffy! Thank you for the recipe!

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  • I want to make this tonight we only have chicken...

    Submitted by LorK on 7. May 2017 - 11:27.

    I want to make this tonight, we only have chicken mince (1kg), can I use that?

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  • Thank you for this recipe It tastes wonderful We...

    Submitted by PaulandMelissa on 6. May 2017 - 08:07.

    Thank you for this recipe! It tastes wonderful. We used a shredded bbq chicken and we didn't have any Thermo Chicken Stock so just used 500ml of Campbell's chicken stock. Our household also isn't a fan of mushrooms so subsitiuted for a zuchinni and also added in some frozen peas at the end. But it seems you could add in any sort of veggies. Turned out perfectly and enough for a couple of meals. Thanks!

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  • Hi, I really enjoyed the

    Submitted by roneld on 24. September 2016 - 18:15.

    Hi, I really enjoyed the recipe.

    Where does the water fit in?

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  • Tastes great, I used liquid

    Submitted by Hannfo on 9. June 2016 - 17:45.

    Tastes great, I used liquid stock and it worked beautifully

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  • Great pie thank you, I used a

    Submitted by Thermolator on 11. June 2015 - 19:09.

    Great pie thank you, I used a BBQ chicken we had in the fridge and needed to use it up, this was easy and delicious tmrc_emoticons.)

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