Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Savory Cobbler Topped Vegetable Pot Pie

Savory Cobbler Topped Vegetable Pot Pie - Celebrate fall flavors with this easy to make vegetarian pot pie aka savory cobbler. Simple enough for a weeknight dinner, yet fancy enough for a holiday meal.

Savory Cobbler Topped Vegetable Pot Pie - Celebrate fall flavors with this easy to make vegetarian pot pie aka savory cobbler. Simple enough for a weeknight dinner, yet fancy enough for a holiday meal. #vegetarian #glutenfree #comfortfood #potpie From www.bobbiskozykitchen.com

Savory Cobbler Topped Vegetable Pot Pie - Celebrate fall flavors with this easy to make vegetarian pot pie aka savory cobbler. Simple enough for a weeknight dinner, yet fancy enough for a holiday meal. #vegetarian #glutenfree #comfortfood #potpie From www.bobbiskozykitchen.com
Can I just say, I love the fall? I mean like it totally rocks!  

Yesterday was a cooking day for the blog and it was all about fall. There was a sheet pan veggie recipe, roasted potato bites, and this cobbler.

Which OhhEmmGeee do you see that right there 

Tender fall vegetables with a creamy dreamy sauce? I am telling you, it is yumminess with a biscuit on top!

I don't know about you, but to me, that pretty much makes it the perfect side dish for any fall meal!

This recipe has actually been rambling around in my brain for quite some time. I love taking things you are used to and making them something totally different.

My daughter just moved to Oregon with her girlfriend and she keeps sending me snaps of these lovely cobblers that her girlfriend makes for dessert. They have been seriously drool-inducing!

Ohhh I loves me some cobbler. Peach in particular. But why not a savory cobbler?

Hmmmm why the heck not?

Now, before I go any further, I have to tell you that if you could have seen Kevin's face when I said I was making a vegetable cobbler 

Priceless!

I guess I can kind of understand it. If you are used to dessert cobblers, and your mind isn't a wasky place like mine is, it would seem kind of weird right?

But I embrace the weird!

So onward I proceeded with my wacky, weird, wonderful recipe idea.

Savory Cobbler Topped Vegetable Pot Pie

Savory Cobbler Topped Vegetable Pot Pie

Savory Cobbler Topped Vegetable Pot Pie

Savory Cobbler Topped Vegetable Pot Pie

The thing is, if you can get past the weird for just a hot second, this is kind of like a chicken pot pie. Just with no chicken, and topped with biscuits instead of crust. 

How can you go wrong with that right?

I mean you could always add chicken if you really want to, and make this a one-pan meal. 

Hmmm  that could be awesome really.

But, I was looking out for my vegetarian peeps, PLUS thinking ahead to the holidays. Oh, how wonderful would this be as a new recipe to whip out for the friends and family? 

TADAAAAA

Let the drooling commence 

Savory Cobbler Topped Vegetable Pot Pie - Celebrate fall flavors with this easy to make vegetarian pot pie aka savory cobbler. Simple enough for a weeknight dinner, yet fancy enough for a holiday meal. #vegetarian #glutenfree #comfortfood #potpie From www.bobbiskozykitchen.com

But the really awesome thing about this recipe is that it is so dang easy!

Chop veggies, make a sauce, put it all together, top it with some biscuit dough, and let it get all delicious in your oven while you prop your feet up and enjoy a glass of wine 

We actually had this for dinner last night with a pork roast and Kevin went back for seconds PLUS laid claim to the rest of it for his work lunches.

If you like sweet carrots, tender potatoes, and that special something that only parsnips can bring to the game, this recipe is for you!

Now, pardon me while I go make another batch and hide it so the G-baby and I can have some tomorrow!

Savory Cobbler Topped Vegetable Pot Pie - Celebrate fall flavors with this easy to make vegetarian pot pie aka savory cobbler. Simple enough for a weeknight dinner, yet fancy enough for a holiday meal. #vegetarian #glutenfree #comfortfood #potpie From www.bobbiskozykitchen.com

Yield: 6 to 8 servings

Savory Cobbler Topped Vegetable Pot Pie

Celebrate fall flavors with this easy to make savory cobbler. Simple enough for a weeknight dinner, yet fancy enough for a holiday meal.
prep time: 10 MINScook time: 55 MINStotal time: 65 mins

INGREDIENTS:


  • 10 tablespoons unsalted butter; 6 tablespoons cut into thin slices and kept cold
  • 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour (for a gluten-free cobbler I recommend Bobs Red Mill gluten-free all-purpose flour)
  • 4 cups vegetable (or chicken stock)
  • 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
  • 1 tablespoon fresh thyme leaves, chopped (or 1 teaspoon dried thyme crushed)
  • Kosher salt
  • Fresh cracked black pepper
  • 2 large russet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1/2-inch pieces
  • 2 large parsnips, peeled and chopped
  • 4 large carrots, peeled and sliced
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1 1/4 cup milk
  • Fresh parsley, chopped for garnish

INSTRUCTIONS


  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
  2. In a medium saucepan, heat 4 tablespoons of butter over medium heat. When the butter melts add 1/4 cup flour and whisk for 2 minutes. Slowly whisk in the stock, then the mustard, thyme, salt, and pepper. Simmer until thickened, about 5 minutes. Taste and add more salt as needed.
  3. Meanwhile, place the vegetables into a 3-quart baking dish.
  4. Pour the sauce over the vegetables.
  5. Whisk the remaining 2 cups flour, the baking powder, and 1 teaspon salt in a bowl. Cut in the cold butter with 2 knives, or your hands, until the dough resembles coarse meal. Lightly stir in 1 cup of the milk with a fork, just until the dough sticks together (do not overmix).
  6. Drop balls of dough over the vegetables and brush the dough with the remaining milk. Place the cobbler on a baking sheet and bake until golden and bubbling, 50 minutes to 1 hour. Let rest 15 minutes before serving.
  7. Garnish with the fresh parsley.
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26 comments:

  1. I have plenty of carrots in my fridge. I so need to make this dish.

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  2. Seriously that looks amazing! I am trying to find something that includes vegetables in it so that we eat more of them. This is a great way to do that.

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  3. Oh just yum! On the Gluten free flour, do you use it in the same amount as the regular flour?

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    1. Yes, with the gluten free AP flour it is 1 to 1 :)

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  4. I find so many recipes on line and I have made a lot of them. Your recipe for cobbler topped pot pie looks so fresh and good. I am going to go up to the store to get a few things I need and I am making this tonight!

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  5. I have never thought of making a savory cobbler. This looks delicious. I am sure my daughter would love this!

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  6. Yep, I'll be taking this yummy side dish to our Thanksgiving dinner! How fun and delicious is this???

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    1. Yay!! I think it is a great holiday side dish idea!

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  7. Oh this would be a great side dish for a huge family meal. I am going to have to give this recipe a try.

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  8. This sounds yummy and a great way to sneak cauliflower into my kids diet. I like the idea of no crust.

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  9. My husband could eat chicken pot pie every single day! I love how easy this is to make. Yay!

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  10. You had me at cobbler then you didn't then you did lol. This looks delicious, and I was able to embrace the 'weirdness' for a moment. I love how easy it looks and will definitely be trying this so thank you!

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  11. What a fun twist on a classic! I love the idea of have a pot pie as a cobbler. The perfect mix of tradition and new . . .

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  12. Yum - this looks super delicious and great as a meatless meal! I am definitely trying this recipe next week!

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  13. Way to go, why not? This is such a great alternative for persons who do not eat meat or just want a meatless dish

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  14. I love pot pies. I always have a few in the fridge so easy meals. This looks even better.

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  15. I haven't eaten pot pie for a long time and this makes me hungry for a bowl. Perfect comfort food on a cold night.

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  16. My family loves pot pies. I will definitely have to try this recipe out with them. It looks really good and I think they would enjoy it.

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  17. This looks like it tastes amazing. I would love to try this out with my whole family for dinner one night.

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  18. Nothing like a good pot pie. I haven't had one in a while. So maybe I can use this recipe in the future.

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  19. Oh my gosh, this is brilliant! I hate sugary-sweet recipes, so this is right up my alley. Saving it on Pinterest so I don't lose it!

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  20. This looks so yummy and healthy AND easy to make. I try it myself :)

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  21. This looks so god! I've been trying to find a way to get my son to eat his vegetables better and I'm sure that he would love this. I'll have to give this a try sometime soon, thanks for sharing!

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