Easy Comfort Food Recipes – Beef Pot Pie

beef pot pie recipe

If Monkey Boy and The Girl Who Thinks She’s a Bird had it their way, we’d be eating chicken, turkey, or beef pot pie every night for dinner.  Pot pie, without a doubt is the most requested dinner around here. Once you get the hang of making a pot pie, it’s super easy and you’ll be able to whip them out in no time at all.

Comfort food rules.  No matter how you slice it.

beef pot pie recipe


1 pound left over pot roast, cubed
2 carrots, chopped
4 potatoes, chopped
1 onion, chopped
2 tbs Olive Oil
2 tea. Italian seasoning
2 bottles Heinz Gravy {or use 3 cups of homemade}
1 pie crust
1 egg

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Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Butter a 9×13 casserole dish and set aside. In a frying pan saute carrots, onions and potatoes in olive oil until softened. In a large mixing bowl combine leftover pot roast, vegetables, gravy, seasonings and combine. Pour filling into buttered dish. Cover filling with a pie crust and crimp the edges. Brush the top of pie crust with egg wash. Bake at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes or until the gravy filling is bubbling and the crust is golden brown. Cool slightly and serve warm with biscuits.

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Looking for more comfort food recipes? Check out The New Comfort Food – Home Cooking from Around the World from the editors of Saveur Magazine. Amazon currently has it in stock and ready to ship.

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  1. anna says

    i have too tell you, all the wonderfull recipes you have been leaving, and the cookies, are sooo wonderful, i feel like a new found cook! my husband who is diebtic, can eat some of the cookies i have been making from your recipes, isn’t that a hoot!they are soo simple and easy, everyone wants them, they don’t know where i get them from, this is my secret, i just love your farm stories, and famly time you share. it is great, you give me gret tips for my garden also, keep them coming and the advice is always helpful. a true friend, anna

  2. Deanna says

    My family loves this recipe!! I’ve been making it every other week for a few months now. We have made it with beef, turkey, chicken, and today used some left over ham.

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