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Vegan Ramekin Pot Pie, Chicken flavored

This shabbat we are dressing up a can of mixed veggies by adding tofu, gravy, and a bit of pie crust.

Olivia's vegan kosher egg free chicken pot pie, the finished product.
All I could think was that I couldn't wait to dig in!

I love Pot Pies, but it has been a number of years since I have run across a vegan version. Marie Calender's recently released a vegetarian version, but it still contains dairy. Gasp! What is a vegan girl to do? Make her own. And you can too! For me, this is usually a cooler weather treat, but the turquoise ramekins I bought from ross complemented our current late summer vibe. The result, pure deliciousness. And this recipe has been approved by my non-vegan neighbors. Enjoy!


For this recipe, you are going to need my Absolutely perfect pie crust recipe. I always keep a batch of this in my freezer. All I need to do is defrost.


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This recipe takes 10 min of prep time, about 40 minutes of cook time and serves 4.


The supplies needed are: measuring spoons and cups, medium sized sauce pan, cutting board, or rolling space, wire whisk, rolling pin, 4 ramekins, and a large unlined baking sheet. You will need the following ingredients: 1 can mixed veggies (the brand I used included potatoes, 1 can coconut milk, 1 batch of homemade or store bought vegan pie crust dough, 4 tbs flour, divided into two containers of 2 tbs each, 2 tbs of your favorite vegan, plant based butter, 1 tbs chicken rub (check to make sure that yours is vegan. I use the Fiesta brand), 1 tsp black pepper, 1/2 1 lb container of tofu.


pot pie ingredients, from left, can of mixed veggies, 4 tbs flour, 2 tbs, butter, 1 tbs chicken rub, 1 teaspoon black pepper, 1 can coconut milk, 1 half container tofu, 1 batch of my perfect pie crust separated into two dough forms.
Upscale dining supplies, or whatever's in my pantry? The world will never know.



STEP 1 Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees F. Warm up a medium sauce pan over high heat. Melt your 2 tbs butter, then add 2 tbs of your flour. Whisk. Add the entire can of coconut milk. Whisk until sauce thickens then add chicken run and black pepper. When ingredients are combined, add the remaining 2 tbs flour.


Pot pie gravy sauce with chopped tofu and can of veggies.
This recipe is EBT approved!



STEP 2 Chop the tofu and add to the pot along with the veggies, remove from heat.

4 ramekins on a floured cutting board showing the almount you place in each.
This recipe is as easy as pie!






Step 3 I feel like when I like the ramekins with pie dough, there is more dough that filling, so for these skip this step. Spoon the filling in up 3/4 of the way.


Step 4 Separate the dough into 4 pieces roll each one out, one at a time and place over a ramekin. Mold into a pie shape and then cut an x on the top of each one. Place on a baking sheet and pop them into the oven for 30-40 minutes.




Pot pie crust molded into a perfect shape.
The cuts in the middle let the air vent.

Step 5 When the crust is fully cooked, pull out of the oven. Cool 10 minutes. These are best served warm, though if you are going for seconds, these taste delicious cooled.

A fully cooked pot pie.
All done!



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Vegan Ramekin Pot Pie Chicken Flavored

Prep Time 10 Minutes Cook Time 30-40 min Serves 4

Ingredients

  • 1 can mixed veggies

  • 1 can coconut oil

  • 4 tablespoon flour separated into 2 tablespoons each

  • 2 tablespoons vegan, plant based butter

  • 1 tablespoon chicken rub

  • 1 teaspoon black pepper

  • 1/2 lb firm tofu

  • 1 batch pie crust dough

Directions


  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees F. Warm up a medium sauce pan over high heat. Melt your 2 tbs butter, then add 2 tbs of your flour. Whisk. Add the entire can of coconut milk. Whisk until sauce thickens then add chicken run and black pepper. When ingredients are combined, add the remaining 2 tbs flour.

  2. Chop the tofu and add to the pot along with the veggies, remove from heat.

  3. I feel like when I like the ramekins with pie dough, there is more dough that filling, so for these skip this step. Spoon the filling in up 3/4 of the way.

  4. Separate the dough into 4 pieces roll each one out, one at a time and place over a ramekin. Mold into a pie shape and then cut an x on the top of each one. Place on a baking sheet and pop them into the oven for 30-40 minutes.

  5. When the crust is fully cooked, pull out of the oven. Cool 10 minutes. These are best served warm, though if you are going for seconds, these taste delicious cooled.


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