Impossible Turkey Pie
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Spray a deep-dish 10 inch pie pan with butter-flavored spray.
Stir in turkey, celery, and onion.
Pour mixture into prepared pie plate.
Place pie plate on a wire rack and let set 5 minutes.
We enjoyed this and it was surprisingly filling. It really was enough for 6 people. Next time I will serve it with gravy (FF, from a can most likely). I'm not sure of the exact name of this recipe because it was posted to a board w/o it. I gave it my best guess. If anybody has JoAnna Lund's Diabetic Healthy Exchanges book, I'd appreciate knowing the actual name to correct my files.
Enjoy "Thanksgiving" any time of the year! No reason that you couldn't substitute chicken in this recipe.
NOTES : Thought I would share this recipe with all of you. This is a very flavorful dish besides being low in fat. I used Louis Rich oven roast breast of turkey which is presliced about 1/4 inch thick and fat free. It tastes like you are eating turkey with stuffing. I served it with baked acorn squash and "Grandma's Peach Cobbler". This is a very filling meal and seems like a good meal to serve now that it is fall. Enjoy!-Kathy
JaneStarr's Notes:I made this last night using turkey leftover from cooking a whole breast in the crockpot on Sunday (1 hr. on low, 6 or more hrs on high - seasoned with a cup of chicken broth poured over). I don't care for the flavor of raw onions, so I took some frozen chopped ones from my freezer and sauteed them (with a bit of sliced shallots)in a pan with cooking spray. I used Old Bay for the poultry seasoning. This was very tasty, but a bit dry. Next time, I'll serve it with some turkey gravy. Comes out to 4 pts if cut into 4 servings (using Egg Sub.), but