Chicken, ham and potatoes pie

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

15 Responses

  1. Gail says:

    Can the baking part be done using a microwave? Or is it better kung toaster nalang? We don’t have a conventional oven kasi eh (meron kami electric, pero malakas masyado sa kuryente).

  2. Connie says:

    Gail, I’m not so sure it will brown in the microwave. An oven toaster might be a better idea.

  3. fruityoaty says:

    Mmmmm, oh, I made something like that once… but with browned cubed beef, bacon, mushrooms… in gravy and topped off with mashed potatoes.

    But these days, if I’d would make it again… it would be with seafood – shrimps / fish.

  4. Connie says:

    fruityoaty, won’t the grilling/broiling part overcook shrimps? Shrimps take only a few minutes to cook and overcooking them makes them tough.

  5. Grace says:

    Hi Coney,
    Good Day to u!:razz: I want to try that recipe kaya lang what kind of cream ang gagamitin ko? Thanks for sharing ur recipes… God bless u

  6. cocoy says:

    I have a suggestion, you can also put mashed potato sa bottom layer. I did this before. So para talaga syang pie may crust sa ilalim….if you guys want to try…:smile:

  7. Connie says:

    Hello Grace, I use Nestle all-purpose cream.

    Cocoy, and if add spices and grated cheese to the mashed potato bottom crust, it’s like having Swiss rosti for a pie crust! Wow, just thinking about it makes me… I’m going to do that. :lol:

  8. dHoY says:

    this is similar to tropical chicken right?

  9. Connie says:

    have no idea what “tropical chicken” is, dhoy.

  10. brenda says:

    con, forgive my ignorance ha… i bought a small convectionan oven na kasing laki ng mga microwave oven (3D is the brand, at least there’s a word “convection” on it) and I really havent tried using it except for the baked tahong w/c unfortunately did not turn out well. my question is, when you say “preheated oven”, does that means you turn on the oven na before putting in whatever you are planning to bake/grill/broil? sa totoo lang, natatakot akong gamitin sya eh…pero sayang naman kung hindi gagamitin.

    am really dying to try your recipes that need baking/grilling/broiling but I guess i still need to collect some courage. btw, it has a grill function and there is fan, so i think its really a convention oven.

  11. Connie says:

    brenda, first of all… don’t be afraid to use the oven. :)

    The fact that yours has a fan means it really is a convection oven.

    “Preheated” means, yes, you turn it on before you put the food in. The principle is that the required temperature should have been reached before the food goes in. Pre-heating usually takes 10 minutes.

  12. brenda says:

    ok, thanks for the heads up… i’ll try some simple dish lang muna. appreciate your reply con.

  13. Johnson says:

    Hello, just like to ask if I could used pie crust instead of mashed potato to covered the pie ? If yes, is all the procedure going to be the same ? Thank you in advance !