Veggie-Loaded Pot Pies

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So many delicious veggies, it doesn’t even need chicken. These mini pot pies loaded with a mix of leeks, mushrooms, carrots, peas, potatoes, and barley, or whatever veggies you have on hand.

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My favorite thing about winter is staying indoors when it’s cold and dreary, putting on netflix all day, and cooking a whole lot of comfort food! I’m currently addicted to The Big Family Cooking Showdown – if you haven’t seen it – it’s foodie TV guilty pleasure to the max. One of my favorite winter comfort foods is pot pie. I love pot pies because they can be dressed up or down – they’re equally perfect for dinner in front of your favorite show, or served to guests for a dinner party. They’re also great for freezing for a delicious homemade dinner on a weeknight, when you don’t have time to cook real food.

Whenever I roast a chicken, I always use leftover chicken to make pot pie, and then use the bones to make chicken soup. But pot pie is so rich and versatile that you don’t need meat at all. In this veggie pot pie, I used a mix of leeks, mushrooms, carrots, peas, potatoes, and barley, but you can substitute with your favorite veggies. The veggies are bathed in a rich, creamy sauce, steaming together underneath a buttery puff pastry. I stir in Maille Old Style, a whole grain mustard that adds a pop of acidity and brightness to cut through the richness of the sauce, and really elevates the dish.

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Jen Yu & Tracy Chow

TRACY CHOW | Tracy is an Art Director and Graphic Designer at Whalerock Industries. In the past, she has attended both Parsons and culinary school, and brings a keen eye for design and love for food to Pantry No. 7. On weekends, you might find Tracy whipping up a French themed dinner party while designing charming menus, food signage and cheeky prop mustaches. JEN YU | Jen is a lover of life, consummate storyteller, and alchemist of flavors & ingredients from around the world. She thrills in fresh briny ocean oysters, bright green herbs, and discovering the best local ingredients. By day, Jen is a Googler, and spends her time trying to tackle the problems of the internet world. In her free time, she loves to cook, shoot, and write for Pantry No. 7.

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