These Chicken party pies are an easy child friendly pie filling that won’t take too long or bust the budget.


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Ingredients (makes 24 24 party pies)

  • 6 Chicken legs
  • 1 Onion
  • 1 Clove of garlic
  • 1 Medium sweet potato, grated
  • 2 tsp Olive oil
  • 1 Carrot, diced
  • 1/4 cup Plain flour
  • 1/4 Head celery
  • 2 sheets Puff pastry
  • 2 sheets Short crust pastry
  • 1 cup Cream
  • 2tbsp Cornflour to thicken
  • 2tbsp Light soya sauce
  • To taste Salt, pepper, cumin & coriander

Method

  1. Coat chicken legs in flour & fry in a large heavy based pot until half cooked, throw in onion and garlic, cook until it is half done.
  2. Add a cup of water or enough to just cover the chicken, reduce the heat and simmer, add in soy sauce and remaining vegetables except for the celery tops, simmer for approximately 30 minutes on a moderate heat.
  3. Once the vegetables have softened remove the chicken legs and strip the meat from the bone, dice and return to the pot with the celery tops. Season and stir through cream.
  4. Mix the cornflour with a little cold water to form a paste and stir into filling. Remove from the heat and allow to rest.
  5. Line a mini muffin tin with short crust pastry rounds, use a glass with a slightly bigger diameter than the pan hole to make even circles. Fill with filling and top with a round of puff pastry, brush with a little egg wash for golden pastry! Bake in a moderate oven for approximately 20 minutes or until golden!

Notes... You can also use this recipe to make larger pies for the whole family!

  • Pies are such an easy food to make and they are convenient and can be varied so much. Thanks for this recipe.

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  • Sounds delicious, I’m sure all the family would love these little gems.

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  • I’d probably switch a couple of ingredients due to likes/dislikes, but overall, a great recipe and chicken is so much more affordable than meat – thanks!

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  • I think I’d enjoy these more than my fussy son. They sound delicious!

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  • These look really cute. Any issues with the bones separating from the meat while its cooking? I always find this with slow cooking?

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  • Will give this recipe a go and make a large pie minus the coriander as none of us are a fan of that. Appreciate you sharing this, chicken is affordable so this sort of meal is great to know about.

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  • They sound great but I will use chicken breast and normal potato or the partner won’t touch them ha ha fussy one.

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  • I love these quick and easy recipes. Thanks for sharing!!

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  • Perfect home made snack food!

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  • Super cheap, easy, makes heaps and a good way to get some veges into the Kids. Saved for sure !

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  • These look great, I’m sure they’ll be a big hit with the kids.

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  • These look and sound amazing. A great variant on the Aussie pies!

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  • Yummo! these look awesome, maybe i could make using a bought bbq chicken to save some time!


    • Ooh using a BBQ chook, that’s an awesome idea!

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  • The pastry on these looks so delicious!

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  • Pinned and will definately be making these I’m sure they will be a hit in our household

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