We received sample product from Kauffman’s to facilitate our review. All opinions are our own.
One of my favorite things to do is experiment with new recipes in the kitchen, but sometimes there’s just no need to try and improve something that’s already been perfected – like Amish Pot Pie. The perfect after-Thanksgiving recipe to help you use up that leftover turkey!
Now let me specify: I grew up in NY, where pot pie has a crust. Amish-style pot pie is a bit different. It is more like a soup or stew, with vegetables, chicken, turkey, ham or beef, and loads of thick, chewy, hand-rolled pasta squares that are the very definition of comfort food.
And this week, it’s all about the turkey version of this PA classic. We’ll be making an extra huge bird just so we are sure to have leftovers. Sorry, sandwiches–as much as we love you, we’ve got a bag of THE best homemade pot pie noodles, straight from Kauffman’s Fruit Farm and Market in Lancaster, PA, and I can already smell the pot pie simmering…
The pot pie squares really are the secret ingredient that makes a good pot pie great. Well, the stock is important, too, but overall, the pasta squares add the texture and heartiness that make this dish so satisfying right down to your chilly winter soul.
The recipe is just a click away!
Now I know you’re craving a bowl of these handmade treasures as much as I am, but you don’t have to come visit me here in PA to get it! Visit Kauffman’s online to order your homemade pot pie squares (you’ll love the price!) and browse the rest of their fruit farm and market collection. You’ll even find a video showing you exactly how to make pot pie the way they make it in Lancaster!