Chicken, leek and mushroom pie


Hello Dear Reader,

I promise this tasted a whole lot better than it looks. I can’t take credit for this recipe, with a little adaptation, this is off the Slimming World website. It’s basically chicken pie, topped with mashed potatoes.

Serves four

Here’s what I used,

500ml of vegetable stock – I used 60ml to add to the mashed potato – keep the rest aside.

3 large potatoes, which I microwaved for ten minutes. I then halved them and used a spoon to remove the skin, I mashed them with the vegetable stock.

2 chicken breasts, cut into cubes

2 leeks, finely sliced,

8 button mushroom cut into half

Frylight spray

2 teaspoons of GF gravy granules

40g of finely grated cheddar.

Heat a pan with some frylight, add all the ingredients, other then the stock/gravy granules until the leeks have softened and the chicken is cooked. Add the stock and bring to the boil and then simmer for five minutes and add the gravy granules.

Leave to cool slightly, top with the mashed potato and sprinkle with cheese.

Add to a casserole dish and bake at 180 for twenty minutes.
Serve with steamed veggies.

We had two servings tonight and two portions have been popped in lunch boxes for tomorrow.

Try this, it’s lovely.

Until tomorrow,

Love Froogs xxxx

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5 thoughts on “Chicken, leek and mushroom pie

  1. This looks lovely. I sometimes bung some random chicken pieces in the slow cooker – usually yellow sticker or on offer – and when cooked, fridge or freeze for another day. Some might find their way into this. My one minor annoyance is that I have a son who dislikes mushrooms – how that can be possible with all the mushrooms I’ve always eaten I don’t know! Maybe I’ll use diced carrot or peas instead, but won’t be quite the same.

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  2. Made this for dinner today – delicious. I found that it was too much liquid, probably because I used a mandolin to slice the leeks and they made a lot of liquid but I drained some gravy off and will freeze this for another occasion.

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