Creamy Turkey, Sweetcorn and Bacon Pie Recipe

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Bernard Matthews recently sent us a Golden Norfolk Whole Turkey to see if we could rise to the challenge of creating a tasty meal with our turkey leftovers. I am always up for a challenge, especially a food related one, and as soon as the turkey had defrosted we enjoyed a lovely practice run of roast turkey and all the trimmings. I am always looking to create more leftover turkey recipes and so this sounded like the perfect challenge for us!

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Roast Turkey

What do you do with leftover turkey?

Over the last few years of cooking Christmas dinners in the kitchen I have become accustomed to having so many Christmas leftovers and leftover turkey being a big part of that. Finding ways to use it up is always a challenge and we now have a tradition of having Jamie Oliver’s Turkey and Leek Pie on Boxing Day. Through the year though I love to make turkey soup or a Turkey and Sausage Stew in the slow cooker which could easily incorporate leftover turkey instead of buying turkey especially.

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Turkey, Sweetcorn and Bacon Pie

I’ve also made that turkey stew into easy turkey pot pies before with a puff pastry lid – I really do love turkey and think it is an incredibly versatile and undervalued meat. For this challenge I decided to cook something completely different from our other pie recipes – a wonderfully creamy turkey pie that the whole family will love.

For this recipe we tend to use standard back bacon rashers but you could use streaky bacon instead or any bacon or ham leftover from the festivities.

This Creamy Turkey, Sweetcorn and Bacon Pie Recipe would be great to make after Christmas or with the leftover thanksgiving turkey and is just so easy to make with such a delicious creamy filling. As it has a potato top it doesn’t have a traditional pie crust but it’s wholesome, filling and perfect for a winter dinner or family get together. It’s lovely on its own or served simply with some green vegetables. I hope you enjoy it!

If you’re looking for more Christmas food inspiration here’s our Slow Cooker Turkey and Sausage Stew and our Alternative Pigs in Blankets recipes plus, you can see all our Christmas recipes to date here.

So here’s our creamy Turkey, Bacon and Sweetcorn Pie recipe:

Ingredients

  • 600 g potatoes boiled and made into mash
  • 500 g leftover turkey meat cut into chunks
  • 4 bacon rashers chopped
  • 200 g sweetcorn – frozen or canned
  • 150 g soft cheese – we used Primula
  • 150 ml chicken stock
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Turkey, Sweetcorn and Bacon Pie ready to eat.

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven 200C/400F/Gas 6
  • Heat a non stick pan and fry the bacon over medium heat until browned. Add the cooked turkey and sweetcorn.
  • Put the mixture into a pie dish or baking dishes – either one large family dish or individual dishes.
  • Mix the soft cheese and stock until it resembles a sauce and add to the dishes.
  • Spoon the mash on top and level out.
  • Place in the oven for 20 minutes or until golden brown on top.

If you’d like to print or pin our Turkey, Bacon and Sweetcorn Pie recipe for later you can do so below. Enjoy!

Turkey, Sweetcorn and Bacon Pie

This is a great recipe to use leftover turkey and it’s so simple to make as well. The whole family will love it.
Course Main Course
Cuisine British
Keyword dinner, mince pie, turkey
Prep Time 40 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 10 minutes
Servings 4 servings

Ingredients

  • 600 g potatoes boiled and made into mash
  • 500 g leftover turkey cut into chunks
  • 4 bacon rashers chopped
  • 200 g sweetcorn – frozen or canned
  • 150 g soft cheese – we used Primula
  • 150 ml chicken stock

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven 200C/400F/Gas 6
  • Heat a non stick pan and fry the bacon until browned. Add the turkey and sweetcorn.
  • Put the mixture into dishes – either one large family dish or individual dishes.
  • Mix the soft cheese and stock until it resembles a sauce and add to the dishes.
  • Spoon the mash on top and level out.
  • Place in the oven for 20 minutes or until golden brown on top.

*Note: Nutritional information is estimated, based on publicly available data. Nutrient values may vary from those published.

Creamy Turkey, Sweetcorn and Bacon Pie

4 thoughts on “Creamy Turkey, Sweetcorn and Bacon Pie Recipe”

    • Yep he does! His first time roasting a turkey but as long as I leave everything he needs and a recipe/instructions he cooks really well 🙂 PS, impressed that anyone reads all the way to the disclosure 🙂 x

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