My Meatball Stroganoff Pot Pie is a comfort food reality! Baked meatballs, noodles, onions and mushrooms get cozy in a thyme and yogurt sauce before being tucked between two sheets of pie crust and baked to a golden brown. Topped with a big dollop of yogurt and a sprinkle of parsley, each slice is absolute perfection.
Hi, my name is Melanie and I’m a comfort food addict. It also appears that I have a slight obsession with meatballs, as you’ve no doubt noted by now. So I figure, at this point the obvious thing to do is throw caution to the wind and combine them both. I didn’t think you would mind, right?
So say – hypothetically, of course – you were sent a package of No Yolks Extra Broad Noodles. They’re one of your favorites. That, for the record, is not hypothetical, they’re often found on your pantry shelf. What’s the first thing you’d think of making? Beef stroganoff, right? I knew we were on the same wavelength!
But, beef stroganoff? Been there, done that. Let’s up the comfort food quotient, shall we? What if we tucked all of that delicious goodness between two pie crusts and transformed it into a pot pie? AND what if instead of just beef, you swapped it out for thyme-infused meatballs? Hypothesize no more! That’s exactly what I’ve done!
My Meatball Stroganoff Pot Pie is no longer a figment of your imagination, but an absolute reality! Baked meatballs, noodles, onions and mushrooms get cozy in a thyme and yogurt sauce before being tucked between two sheets of pie crust and baked to a golden brown. And just to reinforce the stroganoff-ness of it all, a big dollop of yogurt and a sprinkle of parsley on the top of each slice are the perfect finishing touch.
With a typical noodle, this recipe wouldn’t be possible, but with No Yolks, it is, as they always cook up right – smooth, firm and delicious. No mushy noodles or potpie filling here!
So what do you say? Let’s make comfort food season a year round thing. Agreed?
Looking for more comfort food ideas? Don’t miss 10 Deliciously Comforting Noodle Recipes That Will Warm You Right.
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