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Curried chicken pie

Thumbnail image for chicken pie.jpgLiana Robberecht, executive chef at the Calgary Petroleum Club, has a great recipe for chicken pie you can pair with a Gewurztraminer or IPA Beer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Curried Chicken Pie

 

Yield : 1 nine inch pie shell , or 4 small individuals 

 

2 cups                         pulled cooked roasted chicken

2 cups                         chicken stock , heated

¼ cup                         small diced white onions

½ piece           celery stock, diced

½ piece           carrot, diced

2 tbsp                         mango chutney

2 tbsp                         curry powder

½ tsp              roasted garlic

1 tsp                shallots, minced

1 tsp                ginger

1 tbsp                         turmeric powder

½ tsp              cumin powder

1                      gala apple small diced

4 tbsp                         clarified butter

2 tbsp                         flour

 

1                      pie shell , with lid  , plus egg wash

 

 

In small heated pot add 4 tbsp clarified butter , shallots, onions, garlic ,  turmeric, curry, ginger  ,-sweat for  few minutes , add carrots ,celery add splash of white wine ( approx 2 table spoons) , cook until carrots are half way cooked.  Add flour, stir to make sure no lumps .  Cook flour for approx 7-10 minutes, slowly add and stir chicken stock- make sure no lumps.   Add in Mango Chutney, taste and adjust seasonings .  allow to cool ,  fold in pulled chicken , then diced apples into mixture.

 

Add mixture into pie shell, add lid, egg was the top - bake in 350 F oven for approx 25-40 minutes. 

 

Enjoy !!!

 

Suggested pairing : Gewurztraminer , IPA Beer

 

 

 

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