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I cannot locate mine but I need the recipe for home-made Pot-Pie dough.  If anyone has one, please share it with me.  Thank you!
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posted at 9/18/2011 10:42 PM EDT
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I cannot locate mine but I need the recipe for home-made Pot-Pie dough.  If anyone has one, please share it with me. 

Thank you!

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posted at 9/19/2011 10:16 AM EDT
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Susan what is the difference between a Pot Pie dough and a regular dough?
I found this recipe in a Julia Child book but the crust goes over the top and not on the bottom of the pie.  The "pie" is more of a casserole with a crust on top. (I find crust on most pot pies get soggy so I prefer just the top anyway)
Biscuit Crust
3 Cups flour
2 tsp salt
4 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
8 Tb shortening
4 Tb fresh minced chives
4 Tb minced parsley
2 eggs
1 1/2 Cups buttermilk
Egg glaze (1 egg beaten with a pinch of salt and 1 tsp water)
Place flour, salt, baking soda and baking powder in mixing bowl and cut in chilled shortening.
Stir herbs into flour mixture.
Blend the eggs in a large measure, beat in the buttermilk, mix rapidly into the flour with a spatula, turning and pressing to form a dough.  Scoop out onto a floured surface knead the dough rapidly to give it enough body to pat or roll it out- the less you work it the more tender but it must have enough body to hold its shape softly.
Roll dough out to a thickness of about 1/2 inch press onto casserole and press down against edge of casserole. 
Brush top with egg glaze bake for 20 minutes or until top has risen nicely and is browned on top.

The other recipes I looked at all gave a recipe or referred to a regular pie dough recipe.

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posted at 9/19/2011 12:28 PM EDT
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Hi Susan,Are you looking for the Pennsylvainia Dutch variety pot pie dough? Rolled out and cut into strips and cooked in meat broth then the meat and potatoes go back into the pot? It's more like chicken and dumplings or a stew ? But they call it pot pie.I know you are into that style of cooking. I've always just made mine with a pie crust,homemade or store bought the kind in the dairy case.Boy you're never too old to learn new tricks! Let me know I have several different one's.I can post for you.

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posted at 9/19/2011 12:36 PM EDT
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never heard of a spacial dough for a pot pie I just use pie crust

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posted at 9/19/2011 1:12 PM EDT
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I use the pie crust recipe from my old Betty Crocker cookbook for my pot pit crust.

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posted at 9/19/2011 3:11 PM EDT
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This is for PA Dutch Pot Pie...Sorry, I should have mentioned that!

PA Dutch Pot Pie is not a Pie.  We cook up chicken breast with skin in water with salt, pepper, parsley and onion.  When the chicken is done, let the chicken cool off, pick the meat off and set it to the side.  Then to the broth, I add celery and a little more parsley.  I peel some potatoes and quarter them and add it to the bubbling broth.  When the potatoes are half done, then I add my pot pie patches.  When they float to the top, I add the chicken and let it cook a little more (making sure the patches are fully cooked).  I actually thicken my broth a little.

That is how I make PA Dutch Pot Pie!  Yum!!

So, I am looking for the recipe to make the dough for pot pie patches!

Sorry again for the confusion!!

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posted at 9/19/2011 3:15 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!!:
Hi Susan,Are you looking for the Pennsylvainia Dutch variety pot pie dough? Rolled out and cut into strips and cooked in meat broth then the meat and potatoes go back into the pot? It's more like chicken and dumplings or a stew ? But they call it pot pie.I know you are into that style of cooking. I've always just made mine with a pie crust,homemade or store bought the kind in the dairy case.Boy you're never too old to learn new tricks! Let me know I have several different one's.I can post for you.
Posted by gale g


Gale...

You got it...PA Dutch Pot Pie!  I cut my pot pie dough into patches!  I know you use flour and crisco shortening but I can't remember the amounts.  What can I say, I have MF!!

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posted at 9/19/2011 3:26 PM EDT
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This is for PA Dutch Pot Pie...Sorry, I should have mentioned that! PA Dutch Pot Pie is not a Pie.  We cook up chicken breast with skin in water with salt, pepper, parsley and onion.  When the chicken is done, let the chicken cool off, pick the meat off and set it to the side.  Then to the broth, I add celery and a little more parsley.  I peel some potatoes and quarter them and add it to the bubbling broth.  When the potatoes are half done, then I add my pot pie patches.  When they float to the top, I add the chicken and let it cook a little more (making sure the patches are fully cooked).  I actually thicken my broth a little. That is how I make PA Dutch Pot Pie!  Yum!! So, I am looking for the recipe to make the dough for pot pie patches! Sorry again for the confusion!!
Posted by Susan K


http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art6854.asp   Here is a link for Pa. Dutch Pot Pie Dough,It looks good I think this will be dinner tomorrow I have everything here>Hope this is what you were looking for.I'm just wondering if you could use Won Ton wraps instead of making your own noodles.Just lookin for a way to be lazy! lol lol lol

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posted at 9/19/2011 4:07 PM EDT
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GRANA here;
Hubby refuses o eat pot pies so I have n firsthand knowledge of  recipes.Embarassed
I would  guess there is no sugar inthe crust forpot pie?????????????????Undecided

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posted at 9/19/2011 4:15 PM EDT
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GRANA here; sounds good NIKKI; Just as I guessed; no sugar& herbs are used for r flavor!!!!!!!!!!!!! I didn'teven think about using eggs; aren't we fortunateto have ou (NIKKI) as s source for information?Laughing
 I found this recipe in a Julia Child book but the crust goes over the top and not on the bottom of the pie.  The "pie" is more of a casserole with a crust on top. (I find crust on most pot pies get soggy so I prefer just the top anyway) Biscuit Crust 3 Cups flour 2 tsp salt 4 tsp baking powder 1 tsp baking soda 8 Tb shortening 4 Tb fresh minced chives 4 Tb minced parsley 2 eggs 1 1/2 Cups buttermilk Egg glaze (1 egg beaten with a pinch of salt and 1 tsp water) Place flour, salt, baking soda and baking powder in mixing bowl and cut in chilled shortening. Stir herbs into flour mixture. Blend the eggs in a large measure, beat in the buttermilk, mix rapidly into the flour with a spatula, turning and pressing to form a dough.  Scoop out onto a floured surface knead the dough rapidly to give it enough body to pat or roll it out- the less you work it the more tender but it must have enough body to hold its shape softly. Roll dough out to a thickness of about 1/2 inch press onto casserole and press down against edge of casserole.  Brush top with egg glaze bake for 20 minutes or until top has risen nicely and is browned on top. The other recipes I looked at all gave a recipe or referred to a regular pie dough recipe.
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posted at 9/19/2011 5:07 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!! : http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art6854.asp    Here is a link for Pa. Dutch Pot Pie Dough,It looks good I think this will be dinner tomorrow I have everything here />Hope this is what you were looking for.I'm just wondering if you could use Won Ton wraps instead of making your own noodles.Just lookin for a way to be lazy! lol lol lol
Posted by gale g


Gale...

That's it...Thank you so much!  Now that the weather is starting to be chilly, it'stime for me to make soups, stews, Chili and Chicken Pot Pie!  Yum Yum!!

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posted at 9/19/2011 5:26 PM EDT
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Gale - what a great recipe! Thanks for the link - going to go home tonight and try this one! Smile

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posted at 9/19/2011 6:32 PM EDT
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Susan and Cheryl ,You are so welcome .Susan wanted help finding the pot pie dough and I discovered a new thing to make thanks  to her I love researching different recipes.I'm making it for tomorrows dinner but I think I'll start it tonight to save time.Shopping tomorrow.Oh Boy!

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posted at 9/19/2011 8:30 PM EDT
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Hi Susan,Are you looking for the Pennsylvainia Dutch variety pot pie dough? Rolled out and cut into strips and cooked in meat broth then the meat and potatoes go back into the pot? It's more like chicken and dumplings or a stew ? But they call it pot pie.I know you are into that style of cooking. I've always just made mine with a pie crust,homemade or store bought the kind in the dairy case.Boy you're never too old to learn new tricks! Let me know I have several different one's.I can post for you.
Posted by gale g


Gale...

I do like to cook PA Dutch meals because that is part of my heritage.  I also enjoy making Italian and Polish dishes.  Sometimes I love to do gourmet cooking and then I like simple. I continually love to try new dishes. 

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posted at 9/19/2011 8:36 PM EDT
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Gale - what a great recipe! Thanks for the link - going to go home tonight and try this one!
Posted by CHERYL S


Cheryl...

This is such a good hearty meal and also an inexpensive meal to make.  A few posts up I give a quick explanation as to how I make it.  Let Gale and I know what you think? 

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posted at 9/19/2011 8:45 PM EDT
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Gale...

Do you want to know what else you can make with this dough recipe?  It's rich and has a lot calories!

You know, years ago, most PA Dutch families had 8+ children and these meals filled the children's bellies and cost only a few pennies.  Both my Mom and Dad came from large families.  There always seemed to be a big pot meal with some kind of dough in it!  Some meat but not much!!  Of course there was bread too! 

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posted at 9/19/2011 9:03 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: WANTED - RECIPE PLEASE!! : Gale... I do like to cook PA Dutch meals because that is part of my heritage.  I also enjoy making Italian and Polish dishes.  Sometimes I love to do gourmet cooking and then I like simple. I continually love to try new dishes. 
Posted by Susan K


Hi Susan, my Mom In Law was Pa.Dutch also she was from Greensburg Pa.I wish I would have had more time to learn from her.She was an awesome cook and baker.She had seven kids to feed on a limited budget.She would take the cheapest cuts of meat and make the most wonderful roasts.She always roasted a pork and beef roast together and the gravy was wonderful.She always used allspice on her meats this was very foreign to me,we never used that spice on meat.Just good old fashioned cooking.Please if you have any other recipes please share especially Pa. Dutch.

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posted at 9/19/2011 9:04 PM EDT
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Thanks ladies!   These recipes sound great for the cooler weather we're getting now.  A bit of a change from regular pot pies.  I never did like the soggy bottom crust lol.

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posted at 9/19/2011 9:54 PM EDT
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Gale...

Did you ever make stuffed noodles?

Brown you hamburger half way and season to your liking.  Now I chop up some onion, green pepper and add a little salt and pepper.  Make your pot pie dough and roll it out.  Cut the dough into big squares, take a big spoon and put your hamburger mixture on half of the dough.  On an angle, lay your dough over and pinch the edges closed.  Bring a big pot of salt water to a boil and cook your stuffed noodles till done.  Then brown butter and pour over the cooked stuffed noodles.  

My sister showed me how to make them but she used raw hamburger and we had to cook them for awhile so the hamburger got done.  Just didn't like that way of doing it.  When I make mine, I am going to make them like I mentioned, then when the noodles are fully cooked, you know your hamburger will be done.  Boy are these good with the browned butter.  Fattening but good!!  I always made a salad with a vinaigrette as a side.  I haven't made these since my sister and I made them but they are on my list along with the Chicken Pot Pie.  That is why I was looking for the dough recipe!

So what do you think?

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posted at 9/19/2011 11:39 PM EDT
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Gale... Did you ever make stuffed noodles? Brown you hamburger half way and season to your liking.  Now I chop up some onion, green pepper and add a little salt and pepper.  Make your pot pie dough and roll it out.  Cut the dough into big squares, take a big spoon and put your hamburger mixture on half of the dough.  On an angle, lay your dough over and pinch the edges closed.  Bring a big pot of salt water to a boil and cook your stuffed noodles till done.  Then brown butter and pour over the cooked stuffed noodles.   My sister showed me how to make them but she used raw hamburger and we had to cook them for awhile so the hamburger got done.  Just didn't like that way of doing it.  When I make mine, I am going to make them like I mentioned, then when the noodles are fully cooked, you know your hamburger will be done.  Boy are these good with the browned butter.  Fattening but good!!  I always made a salad with a vinaigrette as a side.  I haven't made these since my sister and I made them but they are on my list along with the Chicken Pot Pie.  That is why I was looking for the dough recipe! So what do you think?
Posted by Susan K


These sound good.I'll have to try these soon,I know the guys would like these.My oldest is a noodle boy,he loves noodles or spaetzle (Hungarians call these Nokedli which means noodle) just with butter.When I make them I'll have them over for dinner.Thank you for sharing again very sweet of you.As I'm typing my chicken is in the pot cooking I'll get this done and the rest will be easy to finish tomorrow,Chicken pot pie,can't wait.Chicken Paprikash is nothing more than chicken and dumplings and very easy to make also.That is Michael's favorite.Thanks for sharing again,next will be stuffed noodles and French Canadian meat Pie.Great recipes using chicken and ground meat,also a budget stretcher.Thanks again.
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