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This was good and easy to make. I changed it up a bit because of what I had on hand. I didn't have carrots so I used peas. I didn't have potatoes so I used cream of potato soup. I also had 1/2 cup of broth so used it all. I also used biscuits instead of making my own. I had a pound of chipped deli turkey so used that (didn't measure how much- used the whole pound). I added about 1/2 tsp of pepper and 1/4 tsp of salt. We all enjoyed this but next time I would maybe add another can of soup or more broth as I would have liked more "gravy".
I have to rate the recipe as written at 3 for lack of variety of veggies and for the canned cream soup. I doctored it up a bit and it came out FANTASTIC! Instead of canned veggies I sauteed chopped onion celery carrot and garlic then added some frozen corn and peas and boiled potato cubes. Next I added leftover homemade pan gravy that had some mushroom in it (that had gotten quite thick in the fridge) and also added cream to replicate the canned soup. Good way to use some of that leftover gravy. Boy was it goooooooood! Try these revisions...a little extra work but still easy-and worth it!
So I used this as a baseline for making my own leftover thanksgiving pot pies. I used mashed potatoes and packaged frozen veggies. I also put the filling in individual foil trays topped with flakey honey biscuits!