One Pot Wonder

There are evenings when you get home from work, want something hearty for dinner, but just don’t have the energy to start cooking something laborious from scratch – let alone do a mound of washing up afterwards! This is where Philadelphia‘s new Simply Stir range comes into its own. The promise? A delicious one-pot meal to make your life that little bit easier.

So, I decided to give one a whirl and use it in an easy-peasy chicken pie.

Ingredients (for one individual pie)

Olive oil

One organic chicken breast

Half a leek

Handful of chestnut mushrooms

Philadelphia Garlic and Herb Simply Stir pouch

Pre-made puff pastry (life’s too short to made your own!)

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Method

1. Dice the chicken and finely slice the veg. Sauté in a frying pan with a little olive oil, until the veg is soft and the chicken is just cooked.

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2. Next, simply put the chicken and veg in a small pie dish and cover with the Philadelphia Simply Stir sauce.

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3. Place a piece of puff pastry on top to create the pie lid. Score, and brush with some milk (to give the pastry a nice shine).

4. Finally, place in a preheated oven at 220’C for 25 minutes.

Et voila! A quick and tasty pie.

afterlight

This is such an easy and quick recipe, which takes minimal preparation and surprisingly, for a ready-meal-snob, I really enjoyed the sauce. I think the key thing I found with it was that it didn’t actually didn’t have a very cheesy taste, which means it is a lot more versatile than I would have first predicted.

Ideal to keep in the fridge for a chilly autumn evening,  it would also work really well in a fish pie, cauliflower cheese or with pasta.

Deeelish.

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