Get delicious pot pies

January 22, 2008 5:42:24 PM PST
For a cold winter day, get something warm and savory. We'll show where you can get a wonderful pot pie.

Nick Smith found a great recipe for a comforting, hot and hearty pot pie, from the Cravery Restaurant in San Francisco.

The Cravery
829 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
Between 4th and 5th ST.
Phone: (415) 882-7300
Mon-Thur 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Fri-Sat 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sun 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Complete meals from $8-12.

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The Vegetable Curry Pie Filling Recipe

Recipe Name: Vegetable Curry
Number of Portions: 8

Curry powder, 0.57 Ounce
Oil, Vegetable, 0.51 Ounce
Salt, Koshe, 0.28 Ounce
Pepper, Black, 0.14 Ounce
Water, 19.80 Ounce
Green lentils, dry, 1.78 Ounce
Carrots, 3/8" diced, 4.02 Ounce
Onions, Yellow, 3/8" diced, 7.17 Ounce
Potato, 3/8" diced, cubed, 10.87 Ounce
Tomato, diced, 9.02 Ounce
Green pea,s 2.89 Ounce
Mushrooms, sliced, 3.40 Ounce
Alfredo Sauce, 7.37 Ounce


  1. Soak lentils in water for 1 hour prior to preparation.
  2. Prepare vegetables. Wash and peel potatoes and carrots, remove skin from onions, cut into small cubes and set aside
  3. Heat pan on high; add oil once pan is hot (2 minutes)
  4. Sauté onions until transparent, about two minutes, stir constantly
  5. Add curry powder and cook for an additional minute
  6. Drain lentils and tomatoes, add to pan along with carrots
  7. Add Alfredo Sauce and stir in well
  8. Season with salt and pepper, add 24 ounces of water
  9. Reduce flame, cover and simmer for about 25 minutes. Stir occasionally.
  10. Add potatoes and remaining 12 ounces of water; continue cooking for another 30 minutes. Stir occasionally.
  11. Add peas and mushrooms and cook for another 5 minutes or until it's thick
  12. If the curry is too watery, cook without the lid and allow to evaporate slightly
  13. Ready to serve in a flakey pie pastry or over rice

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About The Cravery:
The Cravery makes comfort food fast, fresh, delicious, and ready to eat when the craving hits you, while keeping with one of the mainstays of comfort food -- fresh ingredients cooked over time and with love to create dishes that warm the heart and satisfy the soul.