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  • NewShadow
    Well... now you mention it...

    Ready for the New Year - Turkey 'One-Pot' Pie

    Early Jan is the one time a year I actually use my pie plates - freezes really well once made up and is made from leftovers and store-cupboard staples.

    (I am intentionally not including amounts for the filling, as that really depends on the leftovers you have and how much you’d like to make.)

    Filling
    Shredded turkey
    Leftover stuffing
    Leftover veg
    Leftover cranberries/sauce
    Gravy
    Breadcrumbs
    Milk
    Butter (an 8inch pie dish uses about a tbsp cut into small pieces for dotting the filling)

    Topping
    2 tbsp milk
    2 eggs
    1 tbsp butter, melted
    breadcrumbs (enough to form a paste)

    How-to

    Butter an oven dish or pie plate, then cover the bottom with breadcrumbs and moisten with a little milk.

    Add a layer of turkey and cranberry, a layer of stuffing dotted with butter, and a layer of veg topped with thickish gravy. Repeat until you’ve filled the pan, ending with veg then top with gravy.

    For the topping, combine the melted butter, eggs, and milk. Add breadcrumbs and mix until a paste forms. Spread over top of the filling and dot with butter. (Some people add grated cheese, but it doesn't really need it)

    Bake for about 45 minutes in a moderate to hot oven (180/200) or until the top has browned.

    Eat.

    That sounds like a classic case of premature extrapolation.

    House deposit: 26% = £27,000 + £800pm * 8 months = £33,000

    Goal: Keep the bigger picture in mind...
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