No Frill Country Pies to Make for Supper Tonight

Posted: August 27, 2021 10:11 pm

If you grew up eating country pies, often called potpies, then you will love these recipes. These no-frill pies allow you to get a meal on the table with minimal mess. Most of these savory pies taste terrific as leftovers if you can keep everyone from eating them the first time.

Farmhouse Pork and Apple Pie

Farmhouse Pork and Apple Pie is the perfect way to welcome autumn. Boneless pork, bacon, tart apples and apple cider blend beautifully in this pie topped with mashed potatoes.

Boeuf Bourguignon Pot Pie

Bring the goodness of French cuisine to your dinner table by preparing Boeuf Bourguignon Pot Pie. This recipe takes some time to prepare, so consider it for a lazy weekend day. This savory pie is made by braising beef chunks in French red wine until they are tender. Then, putting it into a puff pastry shell. This French comfort food tastes incredibly yummy on a cold winter night when served with a glass of red wine.

Mini Shepherd’s Pies

Once you try Mini Shepherd’s Pies, you will find yourself turning to this recipe often because it is perfect for taking to potluck dinners. You will not want to wait as this recipe goes together quickly because it uses premade pie dough. Each one is just the right size for one person. They freeze well, so tuck some away in your freezer for unexpected company.

Chicken Curry Pot Pie

A great introduction to Indonesian cuisine is Chicken Curry Pot Pie. The secret to making this delicious country pie is the seasonings, including lemongrass and yellow curry powder. This recipe uses prebaked chicken, so you may want to serve the chicken the first night and reserve enough to make this for the next night. If you do not have coconut milk, you can substitute in an equal amount of Greek yogurt.

Beef Stew Skillet Pie

Make use of your cast iron pan to make Beef Stew Skillet Pie on your stovetop. This recipe is a great way to use up leftover sirloin steak. Baby potatoes are halved or quartered without peeling, so this recipe goes together in a snap. This option is exceptionally colorful, with the potatoes, peas and carrots adding the perfect contrast to the brown refrigerator pie crusts.

Chicken Pot Pie

Cheddar cheese and cream of celery soup blend with diced chicken, carrots, green peas and onion to make Chicken Pot Pie. Consider doubling the filling ingredients and serving it the first night as a soup before making the pie. This recipe calls for making your crust and includes easy-to-follow instructions, but you can also use premade.

Impossibly Easy Mini Breakfast Sausage Pies

There is no need to reserve country pies for suppertime. You will love Impossibly Easy Mini Breakfast Sausage Pies, and they quickly cook since you make each one in a muffin cup. This recipe relies on the goodness of a premade baking mix, which makes it even faster. Get your family’s day off to a great start with sausage, eggs, cheddar cheese and onion.

Senate Bean Potpie

A staple at the U.S. Capitol’s restaurant is bean soup. It has been on the menu every day since at least 1963, and you can easily bring the goodness of that soup to your supper table. The secret in making this recipe is to combine ham and Great Northern Beans. There is no need to fuss about making a crust for this recipe as the crust is self-forming from cornbread mix.

Turkey Potpie With Phyllo Crust

Trim calories from your normal potpie by using phyllo sheets to make the crust. Keep the calories low by choosing low-calorie turkey broth. Frozen pearl onions star alongside peas and carrots in this recipe that incorporates Dijon mustard to give the filling the right amount of tang.

Raised Pork Pie

When farmers raised most pork for their own family’s consumption, pork pies were convenient for hiding less desirable parts of the hog. Most of those pork pies were made with a hot-water crust, and you can easily use a similar technique at home while making Raised Pork Pie. This recipe combines three cuts of pork and savory seasonings to deliver a dish that is sure to please. Be sure to make this country pie the day before you want to serve it to give time for all the flavors to blend

Nacho Pie

Make Mexican food a breeze at your house by serving Nacho Pie. Whisking together taco seasoning mix and hot sauce with a bit of beef broth and milk makes this pie’s creamy sauce. Then, add black beans and corn. Instead of a pastry crust, this option uses a crushed tortilla chip crust. Just before serving, top it with lettuce and chopped tomatoes for a potpie that your family is sure to want you to serve more often.

Vegan Potpie

It is easy to skip the meat when you make a potpie. You can either choose to use tofu or leave the meat out altogether. Use almond milk instead of regular milk and add your favorite vegetables, like carrots, corn, green beans and peas.

Mediterranean Turkey Potpies

It is effortless to give your country pies a Mediterranean twist. Using frozen pizza dough for the crust helps make this an easy option to make. Your family will love the artichoke hearts in this recipe, and they are packed with potassium, fiber and Vitamin C. This is a fantastic choice for using up leftover turkey. Since you make this dish in individual ramekins, it is perfect for those nights when everyone cannot sit down together to eat.

Moroccan Chicken Pot Pie

You will love the way that Moroccan Chicken Pot Pie smells as it is baking because of the aromatic cumin, cinnamon, and paprika in it. Unlike most chicken pot pies that you may have eaten, this one also has briny green olives and golden raisins in it. Try this one-crust country pie the next time you are looking for a quick meal as it takes less than 1 hour to prepare.

Guinness Beef Pot Pie

You will not want to wait until St. Patrick’s Day to try Guinness Beer Pot Pie. Use your slow cooker to make a delicious beef stew with a can of Guinness beer in it. Then, ladel individual servings into ramekens. Add a puff pastry topping and bake until golden brown.

Pizza Pot Pie

Put a fun twist on pizza night by making Pizza Pot Pie. The delightful taste of cream cheese and mozzarella blend beautifully in this pizza country pie. Pepperoni stars from the top of this pie that will leave everyone wanting more. You will want to serve this option with forks.

There are so many different types of country pies that you will want to make them often. Once you get started, you will also find many you can easily customize for you and your loved ones’ taste buds.



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