Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Chickpea Pot Pie at Maine Food & Lifestyle

Still looking for a hearty alternative to turkey? I've posted a recipe for Chickpea Pot Pie over at Maine Food & Lifestyle. Visit me there (and get a load of that gluten-free crust)!

14 comments:

  1. yay i'm so happy you figured out your gf crust! i know how frustrated you were!

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  2. Wow--impressive crust!
    xo
    Eco Mama

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  3. Looks like you mastered the crust, that is beautiful! Congrats!

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  4. Your crust turned out beautifully!

    I just realized after your comment on PPK that I had messed up the directions. I've corrected the amount of Earth Balance in both the ingredients & the directions.

    I can't wait to try out the potpie now!

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  5. The crust looks perfect - as does the inside!

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  6. That is one beautiful-ass pot pie...can't believe that crust is GF! It looks so wheaty! Good work!

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  7. That looks divine, and I'm relieved and happy for you that you've found a great gf crust! Your photos are so amazing. Good thing my excessive drooling hasn't shorted out my keyboard yet! If your blog ever gets a scratch-n-sniff gadget, though, I'm in trouble! ;-)~

    (Btw, ever since you posted about your wooden lemon reamer, I'm seeing them everywhere!)

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  8. Congratulations! That pot pie could and should win an award!

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  9. Yum! I love veggie pies, and that crust looks amazing.

    Rose

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  10. Gorgeous crust, and pie too! I am excited to try it out. :)
    -K

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  11. Congrats! The pie looks absolutely beautiful and your gf crust looks so perfect, I'm so happy for you:)

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  12. I used Nathan account by accident but Nathan would have said the same thing if he saw this pie:)

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  13. Pot Pies are surprisingly easy to make! I made them a while back, and froze half the batch and they were just perfect when reheating (but you have to have the time to reheat in the oven, because if you do them in aluminum pans you can't reheat in the microwave) KUDOS!

    -Sylvia
    Antique Jewelry

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