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Bean & Hominy Potpie

May/June 2011, EatingWell Fast & Flavorful Meatless Meals (2011)

Your rating: None Average: 4.4 (21 votes)

This Southwestern-inspired potpie is full of spicy beans, hominy and butternut squash. Tortillas and cheese stand in for the more traditional pastry topping. Serve with a salad of romaine lettuce, avocado and orange segments tossed with a simple vinaigrette.


Bean & Hominy Potpie

3 Reviews for Bean & Hominy Potpie

05/01/2011
Full of flavor!

I love to cook, so this was not time consuming. Especially for a Sunday dinner. I was excited about the listed ingredients, and that I could modify to be vegan/gluten free. I would make this again and enjoyed the inspiration from Eating Well. Thank you!

Variety of ingredients
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05/01/2011
Wonderful!! (if a bit time-consuming)

I almost didn't make this, since 1 1/4 hours is usually longer than I like to wait for dinner (I get home at around 7pm). But...since it's Sunday, I thought I would give it a try, and I'm so glad that I did. I followed the recipe to the letter and it came out beautifully. I topped it with freshly diced avocado right before serving and it was just perfect. I have hopes that it will reheat well, and will be good for the coming week's lunches as well.

I'm very impressed and will definitely be making this one again.

really tasty
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04/26/2011
My husband gives it a 9 ut of 10

Loved the spice combination against the sweet of the butternut squash. The tortilla crunch was nice, too. (I sprayed my tortillas w/Pam and then sprinkled a bit of salt atop. And, WOW, my husband loved it. Next time, I think I'll try dried beans instead of canned.

spicy
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