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In our recent 'Beer Geeks' episode at Alameda Brewing Co, Michael Ferguson hits the kitchen to help make a traditional pot pie dish packed with an explosion of beer-infused deliciousness.
Get inspired & start cooking with this latest 'Beer Geeks' approved recipe:
Black bear stout turkey pot pie
- 1-10 lbs of Carolina Tied Turkey Breast
- 1.5 Cups of House Rub (Salt, white pepper, cajun & garlic powder)
- 1 Cup of Celery
- 1 Cup of Carrots
- 2 Cups of Onions
- 1 Green Bell Pepper
- 1 Red Bell Pepper
- 3-4 Anehiem Peppers
- 1 lb Shiitake Mushrooms (whole)
- 1 lb Button Mushrooms
- 1 TBSP Fresh Rosemary, chopped
- 1 TBSP Fresh Oregano, chopped
- 1 TBSP Thyme, chopped
- 1 64 oz. of Black Bear Stout
- .75 G Cooled Turkey Drippings
- Mix house rub ingredients together & put on the turkey breast. Put in oven until fully cooked - take the turkey breast out of the oven, reserve & strain turkey drippings & refrigerate turkey & drippings for one day.
- Add all ingredients for filling into a large braising pan until carrots are al dente. Takes about an hour.Add corn starch slurry, consisting of 1/2 lb Corn Starch and 8 oz. Water.Dice and add turkey to filling mixture. Scoop filling mixture into ramekins & let cool.
- While filling cools & thickens make the pot pie crust. Cut the dough to completely cover the filling - crimp edges & add egg wash to the dough.
- Bake the pot pie for 20-25 minutes until pie crust is golden & crispy.
- Enjoy with a side of your favorite Alameda Brewing Co beer - cheers!
Tasting Notes About The Beer in This Recipe
Black Bear XX Stout
- A surprisingly light-bodied stout with hints of chocolate and coffee. Despite being the same color as the dark side of the moon, this beer has a subtle and intricate mouth feel. The Black Bear XX Stout has won two medals at the Great American Beer Festival. Visit Alameda Brewing Co's website to learn more about their beers.
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