Leftover Prime Rib Pot Pie

Saturday, December 31, 2016

Here is what you do with leftover prime rib! What better way to use up leftover prime rib than using this tender meat in a pot pie? This one is done with leftover prime rib with a beef Marsala sauce. It's over the top amazing! I will give you easy step by step instructions for making this from scratch or semi-homemade. Comfort food at it's the finest hour! It so easy and repurposing leftover prime rib is over the top delicious!



leftover prime rib pot pie cooling in a white casserole dish dripping the gravy over the sides







Comfort Food



There are many comfort foods I can think of right off the top of my head but nothing compares to a great leftover prime rib pot pie.


The flaky crust, gravy, vegetables and meat that goes into that pie is outstanding.


The best part about a homemade pot pie is you can make it the way you like it. You can put any vegetables you like in it.


One thing is planning what vegetables to put in it if there are no leftovers. My family won't eat certain vegetables. What's great about a pot pie is you can hide them!



leftover prime rib pot pie cooling in a white casserole dish dripping the gravy over the sides




The Family Hates Peas?


I love to hide peas in mine and have no problem with them.


They've never figured it out when I put them in there.


The pie is so delicious they never care!


The family would prefer corn over peas or even green beans substituted.



pot pie with leftover prime rib in a bowl.  leftover prime rib pot pie cooling in a white casserole dish dripping the gravy over the sides


This Recipe is Adaptable



I am sure many of you go through the same thing. Look at the recipe as a guideline.


I personally feel onion makes the pie too overpowering with onion flavors.


If there is any leftover pot pie, that's all you taste is onion.


Doesn't matter what I like, if you love onions put them in.



filling before the gravy for prime rib pot pie, leftover prime rib pot pie cooling in a white casserole dish dripping the gravy over the sides


Great Way To Get Their Vegetables



Quite a few vegetables go great in a pot pie.


I love mushrooms and broccoli.


That would be another pot pie I would make just for me.


I have had that many times with leftover chicken or turkey it's so good!


Whenever I have a refrigerator full of leftovers I usually use them up in a pot pie. Most of the time the ingredients are leftovers from Holiday.


filling for leftover prime rib pot pie.  leftover prime rib pot pie cooling in a white casserole dish dripping the gravy over the sides


Any Holiday Leftovers Are Perfect!



This one happened to be A New Years dinner.


I had so much meat leftover, this was quite a treat.


If you have leftover roast beef or even a pot roast, this is the recipe to make with leftovers. You won't be sorry!



pot pie with leftover prime rib in a bowl



After Holiday Meals



If you have ever been a big fan of pot pie, you will never buy them again. Homemade is over the top comfort food. Nothing compares. It's honestly so easy to make. Even if you don't want to make everything from scratch go ahead and buy the pie crust.


You could also use canned or bottled gravy. I won't tell! The main thing is this is all natural no preservatives, you know exactly what's in it, and you can make it tailored to your taste!


When I first made a pot pie, I was so excited to see how fantastic it came out, that bubbly sauce, the browned pastry crust and what was inside was exactly what I like the best more meatless vegetables.

That's the beauty in making your own. If you don't want a ton of peas or carrots you can leave them out!



leftover prime rib pot pie cooling.  leftover prime rib pot pie cooling in a white casserole dish dripping the gravy over the sides



Change It Up!



I love any kind of pot pie so if you're not looking for a Prime Rib or Beef pot pie, substitute chicken, turkey or whatever you prefer.


You then just need to use the coordinating gravy and whatever vegetables you like.


I always use potatoes in mine but you can leave them out if you don't like potatoes and add more of what you love the most.


If you do happen to buy store-bought pie crust, make sure you baste the top with melted butter so you can that delicious buttery golden brown crispy crust. It also will seal it nicely.


Almost every pot pie I ever make has three things, pea, carrots, and potatoes with the meat.


I like to stay away from the overpowering flavors. During the winter months, pot pies are a staple in my house.




rolling out the dough for the pot pie.  leftover prime rib pot pie cooling in a white casserole dish dripping the gravy over the sides



Just A Guideline



Is this too big for two? Try making individual ones in cupcake tins!


You can make a bunch of them and freeze them. Of course, they freeze well, that's where we find pot pie in the supermarket, in the freezer section right?


Hopefully, I gave you lots of suggestions you can take advantage of by making one of these pot pies, whether it's semi-homemade or from scratch, you will love it!




leftover prime rib pot pie cooling.  leftover prime rib pot pie cooling in a white casserole dish dripping the gravy over the sides




Perfect In Cooler Weather


Seriously drool worthy, I can eat this every day in the cooler weather, it's the ultimate comfort food for sure!


Awesome to have your meal cooked all in one dish!


crust for leftover pot pie



The Crust



I love the crust, it's my favorite part in combination with the sauce in this pot pie.


Flaky pie crust is the best, always use chilled water!




filling for leftover prime rib pot pie.  leftover prime rib pot pie cooling in a white casserole dish dripping the gravy over the sides


The Filling



This filling and vegetables are delicious in combination with anything you choose.


You can substitute leftover cooked broccoli, corn, mushrooms just to name a few.


Just use whatever you had for that Holiday dinner leftover.



  Leftover prime rib marsala. The filling before the gravy for prime rib pot pie



Thick or Thin



I like my crust thicker than normal for a pie, you can make it any way you like.


We love the crust, you just need to cook it a little longer.



Homemade Pie crust for making a pot pie with leftover prime rib



Easy Pie Crust



Pie crusts homemade really intimidated me when I was a kid to make.


This easy recipe will be your new go-to pie crust and nothing beats homemade over store bought!


Just follow the recipe card below for the best ever pie crust!




leftover prime rib pot pie cooling in a white casserole dish dripping the gravy over the sides



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leftover prime rib pot pie cooling in a white casserole dish dripping the gravy over the sides






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Italian, American
Yield: 8

Leftover Prime Rib Pot Pie

prep time: 15 mins cook time: 1 hour and 10 mins total time: 1 hour and 25 mins
This is a homemade pot pie made with leftover from the holiday meal!

ingredients:

Leftover Prime, or other Beef Any Beef Roast pieces around 3 cups

2 1/2  cups assorted vegetable suggestions: carrots, pea's mushrooms, corn,  or other leftover vegetables you may have on hand

One or more cups cubed potatoes

1 1/2 cups of beef gravy homemade or canned gravy mixed with 1/4 cup of marsala wine

pastry for a two crust pie

heavy cream or milk, and butter, to brush on top of  the crust



Mom's pie crust recipe:


2 cups flour

1/2 teaspoon salt mix together with flour

2/3 cups shortening cut into the flour then add

4 1/2 tablespoons ice water

Mix till dough forms a ball...Roll out on floured board two 9 inch crust to line the pie plate.

Brush bottom of crust with 1 tablespoon butter.



Homemade gravy:

2 tablespoons beef fat and juices

2 tablespoons flour

1 cup beef stock (omit 1/4 cup beef stock if using Marsala)

1/2 teaspoon garlic powder, a pinch of pepper and salt

1/4 cup of Marsala optional

instructions:


Pour beef juices into a small saucepan and add an equal amount of flour to the juices. Mix them together well. Then turn on a very low heat and stir constantly so the gravy doesn't burn. You need to continue stirring and cooking this mixture until it turns brown and starts to bubble a little. The flour needs to be cooked properly, otherwise, your gravy will taste raw.



Remove the flour mixture from the heat and very slowly add the beef stock in small amounts. I add everything to a food processor to make a smooth gravy. Then put back on heat.  Don't leave your gravy unattended. Continue stirring until it reaches the thickness you desire and then serve immediately or use for pot pie.

Assembly:

Line pie plate with rolled out the dough. Place chunks of meat and mixed vegetables on top of the crust. Pour gravy mixed with marsala,  on top of meat and vegetable mixture. Place another piece of rolled dough to fit over the top. Brush with melted butter. Bake at 400 till brown and bubbly around 45 minutes to an hour. Serve
calories
425
fat (grams)
19
sat. fat (grams)
6
carbs (grams)
24
net carbs
12
protein (grams)
16
sugar (grams)
12
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leftover prime rib pot pie cooling in a white casserole dish dripping the gravy over the sides



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leftover prime rib pot pie cooling in a white casserole dish dripping the gravy over the sides


18 comments

  1. What a delicious way to use the rest of the Prime Rib, thanks.

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  2. Now, THAT'S leftover. =) Happy New Year!

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  3. This looks wonderful. I wish I had some left over prime rib. I'm bookmarking to buy some cubed beef to try this after the Holidays.

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  4. Claudia, indeed this is a perfect method for leftover prime rib!

    Bon appetit!
    CCR
    =:~)

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  5. Wow, that looks terrific! What a great dish for leftovers!

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  6. Claudia, this looks totally mouthwatering! But are you sure that's LEFTOVER? :-))
    Happy New Year!

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  7. OMG-Claudia! I just love how you always make a gourmet meal out of every morsel of leftovers, as well as starting out fro scratch. Incidentally, I use the same method for making the crust for the savory pie crust.
    Yummm...Yummm...another feast!
    Wishing you, and your wonderful family a blessed, healthy, safe...and Happy New Year!
    xoxo

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  8. 2nd beef pie I've seen today and I am HUNGRY for one - love your use of left-overs, you know I never throw any thing away.... have a great weekend........

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  9. I feel so guilty looking at this brilliant use of leftover prime rib. We just kept eating ours the same old way! I know what I'll do with leftovers after the next roast. Yours looks perfect (OK, I mentally blocked out the peas). Happy New Year! I hope the weather is warming up for you.

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  10. I can't think of anything more comforting or more delicious right now Claudia! This looks incredible. Happy New Year to you and your family! xoxo

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  11. Wonderful use for leftovers, looks fantastic :)

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  12. I think that's the most elegant pot pie ever. I may have leftovers after tommorrow's New Year's Dinner and you can bet I will be looking at this. Happy New Year!

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  13. You had me at prime Rib and Marsala gravy....OMG this looks so delicious you have me thinking about making pot pies. Thank you so much for this recipe! YUM!

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  14. This dish is a double win...using up leftovers AND getting more veggies into my kids! Love it!

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  15. What a great way to use prime rib leftovers. Such a great idea and I can't wait to make this for my family!

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  16. Haven’t tried pot pies...but I liked the idea you gave that we can use any leftovers to make this pot pie...that’s a genius idea...the pot pie looks delicious

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  17. That's a good way to make use of the leftovers. Useful post, it will help many people. Looks wonderful.

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