These pretty little pies have enough class to be plated up nicely alongside grilled Asparagus and some other posh veg for a nice dinner, or just served with a beer and chips!
They are easy to make too, and can be frozen, then cooked from frozen, which is handy if you want to make a batch for later.
You can also make these with a short crust pastry if you’d like, or even use the filling to fill Vol-au-vents etc.
TThe recipe calls for Massel ‘Chicken style’ (VEGAN) stock powder.
All the stocks are Vegan and Gluten FREE!
Ofcourse, you can use whatever stock you prefer, but the taste of this pie is greatly enhanced by the Massel stock!
They also do a ‘Beef style’ (VEGAN) stock, along with a vegetable stock, and “7’s,” which are stock cubes in a stick , and are onion and garlic free.
They are widely available in Australia and can be bought on Amazon in both the USA and the UK now,
Links here: (USA) Massel Gluten-Free, Salt Reduced All Purpose Bouillon & Seasoning Granules, Chicken Style, 4.2-Ounce (Pack of 6) Or Garlic and Onion Free ‘Chicken style” 7’s Massel Bouillon Cube, Chicken 1.23 OZ(Pack of 6)
(UK) Massel All Natural No MSG Bouillon Stock Powder Chicken Flavour 168 g (Pack of 3)
Or, Garlic and Onion Free ‘Chicken style” 7’s Massel 7’s Chicken Style Stock Cubes 35g (Pack of 10) – ONION & GARLIC FREE
Thankfully, I can now get these again, as they make all the difference to the taste of the food…once you have tried this stock, you will never want to use any other…!
I hope you enjoy eating these Creamy Vegetable Pot Pies as much as we do- they are truly delicious!
Get the recipe here:plantified.com/recipe/creamy-vegetable-pot-pies
I have also been working on a soy based cream cheese, made from scratch!
Some of the people on the Plantified Facebook group will be taste testing it and letting me know their verdict, then I will post it up on the site for all of you to try!
I have been making some cream cheese walnut fudge with it today, and also some raspberry truffles which I will share at a later date!
We also tried it in a Cucumber and Cream Cheese Sandwich- quintessentially British!
Also, you are welcome to come and join our new PLANTIFIED facebook group where we talk food, help each other Plantify recipes, and have a good time!
I often also post up working experiments and outcomes on there, so you can see the progress of what is going on in the kitchen!
Feel free to post up any nice pics of things you have made, show off what you are working on, whether a recipe book, blog, or just a fun project.
You are more than welcome to do so!
We want to show people how easy it is, how much fun you can have and what good food you can eat when you PLANTIFY your food!