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Beautifully Tender Beef With Flaky, Homemade Crust – Pot Pie Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This!
Today, the number one task on my to-do list is this delicious pot pie! I’ve made this for years, hardly changing a thing because I honestly think this steak pot pie is perfect as is. It’s creamy, juicy and flavorful, and the wonderful flaky homemade crust is out of this world. If you want to, you can opt for homemade broth, too!
Even though I hardly tweak this recipe, sometimes I like to add more veggies. If I happen to have leftover steamed veggies from our latest meal, I’m hiding them in this pot pie to give it even more flavor.
This recipe makes about 6 to 8 servings, depending on how you serve it (and how hungry your family members are), but make sure you have enough for seconds! It’s not uncommon to see people having 3rd helpings of this… If you don’t particularly like beef, you could switch it to leftover chicken or pulled pork and you’d still get an amazing meal for your family.
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Quick Tip: You can also make this pie with a single crust on top of the filling. In that case, freeze the other crust for later.