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Learn how to make my vegetarian pot pie recipe with roasted root vegetables. This is a wonderful twist on a classic pot pie recipe, flavored with garam masala spice and rich coconut milk. It's also really easy to make it a vegan recipe just by using a vegan brand of puff pastry.
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VEGETARIAN POT PIE WITH ROASTED ROOT VEGETABLES
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2 ¾ cup (410g) sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into chunks
1 ½ cups (225g) fennel bulb, sliced into thin half moons
¾ cup (110) parsnips, cut into small chunks
2 tbsp (30 ml) olive oil, separated
Salt and Pepper to Taste
½ tsp (2.5ml) Garam Masala spice blend
1 cup (150g) frozen pearl onions
1 15-ounce can (396ml) of “Full Fat” coconut milk (not light coconut milk)
1 ¼ cup (300ml) fresh kale, torn into bite-sized pieces
1 sheet puff pastry (Pepperidge Farm Puff Pastry is approved as a Vegan Product)
1 egg, beaten (OK to omit for vegan option)
1 tsp (5ml) fresh sage, chopped and 3-8 Fresh Sage leaves for garnish
Preheat oven to 450F (225C).
Place the sweet potatoes, fennel, parsnips, 1 tbsp. of olive oil, salt and pepper, and garam masala in a large bowl. Toss to combine.
Transfer vegetables to a large rimmed-lined baking sheet. Roast for 20 minutes. At this stage, they will not be fully cooked, they will continue to soften in the oven when baked in the pot pie.
Heat remaining tablespoon of olive oil in a large Dutch oven. Add frozen pearl onions, cook until onions are golden brown and cooked through. Add coconut milk and simmer until warmed through and all coconut oil is melted.
Add in the roasted vegetables, kale and 1 tsp of chopped sage.
Transfer vegetable mixture to a 9-inch (23cm) pie plate. Top with a sheet of cold puff pastry. Seal the sides of pastry to the pie plate. Trim edges to avoid too much overhang. Pop in freezer for 15 minutes in order for pastry to become very cold.
Brush pastry with beaten egg, place safe leaves decoratively on pastry. Sprinkle sea salt in the center.
Bake for 20 minutes or until pastry is golden brown and puffed up. Serve immediately.
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This looks so good!
Pin this: Garam Masala in Hindi literally means warm spices. Depending on the brand, it is a combination of any and all of the following: coriander, cumin, cinnamon, cloves, black pepper, staranise, nutmeg, cardamom, mace. Indians indiscriminately use it in any dish for finishing, but I'd think it especially goes well with the heartiness of tubers, and creaminess of the sauce.
+Sun Soul You're very welcome! an anecdote about Garam Masala is when I made something with Garam Masala in it for my American roommate and a few others, they said what's that smell like 'Fall flavor'/ pumpkin spice?! they were not wrong ha, the difference being Indians eat 'fall flavored' food all year around, even in 90+ degree Summer :)
@lilmonster90210 Thank you SO much for sharing this!❤️ Not only was it interesting, but whenever I have this spice, I have a love/hate relationship with it. I'm not a fan of clove OR anise as I often find them overwhelming in the dish. Now, because of you, I think I will try to make my own, and just use a scant amount of those two spices and see if I enjoy it more. I don't want to omit them altogether, so I'm sure there'll be a bit of trial and error, but I hope to enjoy it more in smaller amounts! So again, BIG thanks to you! 😊
Thank you so much for adding parsnips! We LOVE parsnips. I'm thinking about growing them this year in our garden. I just found you and have fallen for your videos. They are extremely well made and I love all of your tips. Thank you for providing the recipes. I hope you do extremely well.
Awe thank you! And WELCOME to the channel! I also have a Garden Channel you might enjoy :) It's been awhile since I've uploaded there due to our horrible drought here in California, but it's proving a very wet winter so I think that will make for a great spring and allow me to post more often! https://www.youtube.com/user/InBethsGarden
This recipe is so unique and turned out to be super delicious! Especially with the garam masala! I am from India and use garam masala for curried vegetables but never thought it would go so excellently with sweet potato and fennel no less!Thanks a lot for sharing this amazing recipe! :)
I cook mostly vegan dishes and also use Pepperidge Farm puff pastry sheets. For savory pastries I find using:
Turmeric powder (even curry powder depending on the recipe)
Egg replacer (tiny bit)
Mix that and heat slightly for a fake egg wash. Heating and let cool helps it to thicken. The agave and tumeric helps brown and golden the crust.
Tried using almond milk, no good too watery. And “Follow Your Heart” powder vegan egg, not good either.
I’ve used this technique when I made vegan Jamaican patties.
For Sweet pastries, same thing just nix the turmeric.
Wow, it looks amazing!! I was just wondering, do you think it would work with light coconut milk if you add a couple tablespoons of a cornstarch slurry the last couple of minutes, for thickening purposes?
I was actually thinking what I could do with the two cans of reduced fat coconut milk that I accidentally bought the other day from Trader Joe's when I came upon your comment and actually tried thickening it with corn flour. Referred to Beth's chicken pot pie video earlier. And it worked just fine! So thanks a lot for the suggestion!
Hi Beth. This looks amazing. I can't wait to try it. I have a question. Do you have a recipe that would be both diabetic and dialysis patient friendly? My dad has been diabetic for many years now but he recently was told he has stage 3 kidney disease. He will probably be on dialysis soon. I'd really like to make him a nice dinner to show him he can do it and still eat well. Please let me know. Thanks in advance.
Hey Beth, thank you for a great video. I was wondering if you could make an update of your garden again pleaseee.. it’s been 2 years since that last video and I miss that so much! I love your garden videos!
I know! I have to get back on that channel! Funny enough I have a Before/After story of the garden I shot last March and never had time to edit it! So I'll be putting that up soon! And hopefully that will get me uploading over there again! :) So glad you enjoy it!!
Beth, I used to be obsessed with your videos back in 2016/2017, but then I started transitioning to veganism and I stopped watching. So happy you’re putting easily veganized vegetarian recipes and actual vegan recipes on your channel. I’ve certainly missed watching your videos ❤️❤️❤️
i LOVE parsnips, especially roasted (first steamed and then placed into a tray that has been heating with a bit of sunflower oil, and finally tossed with golden syrup over the top to caramelize. i'm not sure what the american equivalent of golden syrup is). This sounds very intriguing not really my thing though - i have an aversion to cream based/ looking sauces. Not sure why just been that way since i was a kid and haven't been able to grow out of it. I also really enjoy fennel seeds but haven't tried fennel bulb, is it much stronger/different in flavour?
Hi Beth! Happy to see hrslthier recipes to counter are the delicious nit son healthy ones we indulged in late last year! That was fuuuuun! My boys have requested the cheesy monkey bread, sticky buns (cinnamon rolls) and meatballs become a regular in our meal planning.😅😅🤗🤗 For sure the meatballs have made it to our weekly menu, the other 2 will be a pleasant surprise throughout the year! Those silly boys! Nice try! 😉😅😅😅 🔴QUESTION🔴 I have growing VERY hungry teen boys and they need their meat. I want to add chicken to this recipe. What would be the best way to incorporate it? Thank you beautiful. I kmown your time is valuable and I appreciate your responses always. 🤗🤗🤗 God bless you! 💛🌼💛🌼💛🌼💛🌼💛🌼💛🌼💛
Oh sure! OK best thing to do is to roast 1 large skin-on, bone-in chicken breast in the oven at 375F for 30-35 mins until cooked through. Then shred the chicken off the bone with forks and add to the filling just after the kale, et voila! That's all you need to do :) You might even need to make 2 of these for those hungry boys! Ha! Hope they enjoy!! :)
YESSS this looks so good! I love fennel and sweet potato and coconut milk :D if we don't have parsnips can I use something like turnip or carrots? Thanks for another veggie recipe! (P.s. I may actually modify this recipe by adding some white navy beans or something X3 gonna need some more protein haha)
Hi Beth, looks delicious! I am vegetarian and this is a must try!
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Awe thanks Sonia :) . That means a lot. Thanks so much for the support! And who knows maybe down the road I'll have other fun projects to share! Something else bubbling on the back burner I hope I can share soon :) Keep you posted!!
Yum looks delicious i am making this soon can make this to low carb as am low carb and vegan started on 20 November 2018 onwards tell george i love him sooooooo much and i say hi to him my focus is on him love dogs love your videos making me hungry Thanks Ramya
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