Biscuit Topped Turkey Pot Pie
This turkey pot pie with a biscuit topping is a quick and easy recipe that you can throw together using leftovers. I used the leftovers from the roasted turkey, carrots, and potatoes that I made recently and then added canned vegetables to make it more hearty.
Pot pie is one of my all-time favorite foods and the hubs usually loves it with a homemade top and bottom crust. Since I was sent this new Viking 6.4 Qt. Casserole pan for a review, I wanted to try something different and so I topped the pot pie with a can of biscuits we just happened to have in the fridge. This is a very large pan so I could have probably used two cans instead but I ended up cutting all but three of the biscuits in half so they covered the entire pan full of deliciousness.
The casserole pan is heavy-duty and commercial grade for home use. It made this recipe easy since I was able to warm the turkey and vegetables up in it on the stove, add the biscuits on top, then slide the entire casserole pan into the oven. One pot meal = fewer dishes!
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On to the recipe…
Biscuit Topped Turkey Pot Pie
Since these were leftovers that I used, I do not have exact measurements.
- 4 C chopped, cooked turkey + drippings
- 2 C each cooked, chunked potatoes and carrots
- 1 C leftover turkey gravy
- 2 cans mixed vegetables
- 1 can of biscuits
- Preheat oven according to directions on the biscuits.
- Mix everything together in the pan, except biscuits, until warmed through on the stovetop.
- Add the can of biscuits on top. I had to cut mine in half, except the three in the middle, so they would cover everything.
- Bake in the oven according to biscuit directions or until the tops are golden brown.
This casserole pan will come in very handy for us since we love to make casseroles but never have a large enough dish. When I do make them, I usually have to use two small dishes and I hate that. I fried 5 chicken breasts in this pan the other day and they came out great! Another problem fixed since I had to use two pans normally. Fewer dishes! Not to mention, the satin finish makes it look great for serving guests.
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18 thoughts on “Biscuit Topped Turkey Pot Pie”
That sounds perfect for these cooler nights! I want something warm & delicious. I love the biscuits on top!
Thank you, Crystal! I prefer biscuits to regular crust now.
That looks like such a comforting dish. What a great way to use up extra turkey.
That is why I love turkey so much! Thanks for the comment 🙂
I love that you use biscuits! This is my kind of pot pie!
This looks like a really homey and comforting meal. I can practically taste it already!
My kind of food 🙂
I could think of lots of ways of using this pan/casserole. I tend to try to make one pot meals so there is less clean-up (hey it’s only me and my cat here) That Turkey Potted Pie looks and sounds not only easy–but delicious.
Thanks so much, Michelle! The less dishes there are, the better.
That was smart to cut the biscuits in half. That’s my kind of cooking. 🙂
Thanks! I love to get as much as I can out of anything I use. 😉
Wow. Such a great dish. Its really looks Yummy, I want to try this too. Thank you for sharing 🙂
Thanks so much!
This looks delicious! I am totally going to try this recipe but with frozen vegetables instead of canned. They put way to much sodium in canned vegetables. Thanks for sharing this… I LOVE turkey pot pie!
Thank you! It is very true about the sodium.
That casserole pan seems like something I need for this holiday coming up! It looks to be the perfect size for sweet potato casserole. Your biscuit topped turkey pot pie recipe sounds and looks very delicious!
Thanks so much! Sweet Potato casserole sounds great!