I had some leftover turkey and gravy in the fridge and decided to pull what I had together to make a pot pie. To make it a little more special, I decided to use a cheddar garlic biscuit topping similar to what you get at Red Lobster with their biscuits. I originally did not brush the biscuits with a garlic butter topping but have updated my recipe to do so since.
Turkey Pot Pie Gravy Tip
- Use shred your own cheese. I like to buy the brick of cheddar and shred it myself. I feel the cheese has better flavor.
- Toss the shredded cheese into the flour mixture before adding the liquid ingredients. This will individually coat each shred of cheese with flour and keep the shred separated during baking.
- Don't over stir your biscuit dough. Stir only until the dry ingredients have been combined with the wet. Overstirring causes a tough biscuit.
- Be sure to whisk your wet ingredients together well before adding to the dry ingredients and add the wet ingredients all at once to your dry.
To keep your biscuits uniform, you will want to use a large tablespoon to drop the biscuits over the batter. Evenly distributing the batter over the turkey mixture ensures the biscuit will spread while baking to fully cover the casserole.
Add A Flavor Boost
- Add some flavor to your biscuit dough. I do this with garlic powder. Feel free to experiment and add some other flavors. Sage and Onion powders are a good idea to start with!
- Give your topping another boost of flavor by brusing the biscuit topping with a garlic butter mixture as soon as the casserole comes out of the oven.
- Don't skip the salt. A little bit of salt does a lot of wonders. If you're watching your sodium count, you can use a reduced sodium salt, but don't skip it. The flavor will not be there if you do.
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Turkey Pot Pie with Cheddar Garlic Biscuit Topping
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For the filling:
For the biscuit topping:
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
- ½ teaspoon salt
- ½ teaspoon garlic powder
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- 2 large eggs slightly beaten
- ½ cup heavy cream
Butter Garlic topping to brush over baked biscuits:
- 1 tablespoon salted butter
- ¼ teaspoon garlic powder
- ¼ teaspoon dried parslely flakes
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Saute shallot in butter over medium high heat in large skillet for 2-3 minutes. Add frozen vegetables and turkey. Cover and simmer 2-3 minutes more. Mix gravy, soup, and almond milk together then stir into turkey/vegetable mixture. Simmer, uncovered for about 5 minutes. Remove from heat and place in deep casserole dish (I used my pampered chef oval ceramic oven baker - shown in first photo).
- While turkey mixture is simmering, assemble the biscuit topping. In a medium sized bowl, toss flour, cheese, garlic powder and salt. In another bowl, mix together egg and heavy cream. Stir egg mixture into flour mixture until just moistened.
- Spoon biscuit topping over top of turkey mixture. Place in oven and bake 35-40 minutes until biscuits are golden brown and cooked through.
- Optional: Mix together topping ingredients and brush over top of biscuits when they come out of the oven.
Can I just use the refrigerated pillsbury biscuits I have and maybe cut them in half and set on top of the pot pie mixture?
Hi Brianne, yes, you can do that! Enjoy!
What/how big is a can of almond milk? I've never seen it in cans, but in varying size paper cartons, the smallest of which is 32oz, I believe.
Hi Whitney, I should have been more specific. I used half a can of almond milk (I poured almond milk into the half of the soup can)so approximately 5 ounces.
OMG. The crust was light and delish. I impressed my wife, who already thinks I can cook??? Thx.
So glad this turned out so well for you! I hope you keep cooking 🙂 Thank you for letting me know!
Jersey Girl Cooks
Love the topping on this pot pie. Yum!
This sounds delicious! I'm so happy you have finally found a new home. About 17 years ago, we began a search for either an existing home, or a place where we might find a wooded lot on which to build our 'dream home'. At the time, we were living in Franklin Pk., here in IL and had been there for almost 39 years. After a couple of years of searching high and low, I discovered a small town, west of Naperville, called Yorkville. When I say discovered, that's exactly what I mean, never having heard of it before. I found a lot in a very small subdivision of 21 lots, with only one existing home at the time. We were fortunate in finding a small local builder, who built us a home, that today, we still live in and love. Hopefully, this new home will be all you desire and will love it as much as we do ours. I wish you and Grunmpy, the happiest of Holidays and a wonderful 2014.
What a comforting dish! Congratulations on finding a new home! Best of luck with the inspections and the close!