This looks awesome but I need a smaller pot pie

That’s a lot of pie for 2, now that we can’t share. I have no problem halving everything but need guidance as to pan size.

Lukshen
  • Posted by: Lukshen
  • January 21, 2021
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Deep-Dish Chicken Pot Pie
Recipe question for: Deep-Dish Chicken Pot Pie

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Nancy January 21, 2021
In addition to Liri T advice about how to halve materials, on size of pan: a 9" spring form holds 10-12 cups, so for half use something that holds 5 to 6 cups ...
 
Nancy January 22, 2021
Sorry - spelling should be Lori.
 
Lori T. January 22, 2021
I kind of thought the alternative spelling was neat! Trust me, I've been called worse.
 
Nancy January 22, 2021
It was by Auto Incorrect. I only noticed when I looked at it later.
 
Lori T. January 21, 2021
If you have one of the Texas size muffin pans, you could always make a lot of little pies and freeze them for later eating. Or make two of them using a 6 inch springform pan- although if you are like me and only have one that size- you would need to divide everything in half. Then make one pie at a time. Again though, you could freeze the second one. I don't know what to suggest for baking time, besides watching the crust for signs of being done. The filling can also be made and frozen separately as well, and if you didn't feel like making a pie you could heat it up and drop dumplings on the surface to cook.
 
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