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Rustic Savory Slab Pie

Rustic Savory Slab Pie

This slab pie, topped with ranch dressing, fire-roasted tomatoes, and artichokes is perfect for a lighter dinner or easy lunch. MORE+LESS-

1

can (13.8 oz) Pillsbury™ refrigerated classic pizza crust

3

tablespoon peppercorn ranch dressing

1

can (14.5 oz) Muir Glen™ Organic Diced Tomatoes Fire Roasted

1

jar (6.5 oz) artichoke hearts, drained

4

scallions, cut into 4-inch pieces

1/2

cup fresh parmesan cheese shavings

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  • 1

    Preheat oven to 400°F. Unroll the pizza dough as a rectangle onto a lightly greased baking sheet.

  • 2

    Par-bake the dough for 8 minutes.

  • 3

    Remove from oven and spoon the peppercorn ranch over the crust. Then top with diced tomatoes, artichoke hearts, scallions and parmesan shavings.

  • 4

    Bake for an additional 12 minutes, checking at the 8-minute mark.

  • 5

    Slice and serve!

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1 Serving
Calories
277.6
% Daily Value
Total Fat
8.1g
12%
Saturated Fat
2.6g
13%
Cholesterol
8.4mg
3%
Sodium
816.3mg
34%
Potassium
226.4mg
6%
Total Carbohydrate
40.3g
13%
Dietary Fiber
3.7g
15%
Sugars
3.3g
Protein
11.0g
Vitamin C
11.50%
12%
Calcium
19.70%
20%
Iron
15.40%
15%

Exchanges:

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

More About This Recipe

  • I love meals that are easy. But, what I love even MORE are meals that look all faincy pants and gourmet and like you ALMOST DIED SLAVING AWAY for one hundred thousand years in the kitchen, uphill, in the snow, with no shoes on, for 24 miles, one way, but guess what. The joke's on them. Or in my case, my imaginary friends, WHAT.All you need is a Pillsbury Artisan Pizza Crust with Whole Grain, some peppercorn ranch, artichoke hearts, Muir Glen fire roasted tomatoes, parmesan cheese, and some scallions. Weird combo, huh? Just you wait.Layer, layer, layer. Bakey bake bake. Throw some more cracked black pepper and parmesan shavings on top and it's the tastiest meal ever.

Our 24 Best Savory Pies

From beef empanadas to artichoke pasties, these savory pie recipes are well worth their salt.

Stacy Adimando

In the United States, we typically relegate pie to the dessert menu. With a few notable exceptions (hello, chicken pot pie), Americans tend toward sugary fillings like apple and cherry. What a shame. Savory ingredients deserve to be wrapped in pie crust, too.

One-dish meals so satisfying they rarely require a side, savory pies just might be the ultimate comfort food. Most freeze well, making for convenient make-ahead dinners or, in the case of savory hand pies, on-the-go lunches. And while it takes practice to nail the perfect from-scratch, all-butter pie crust, once you do, that dough can be frozen, too.

Cooks who don’t feel like fiddling with a rolling pin can always look to quality store-bought pie shells, puff pastry, or phyllo dough—a key ingredient in Mediterranean classics such as Greek spanakopita and Moroccan b’stilla. That British pub staple, the shepherd’s pie, forgoes the flaky envelope altogether in favor of mashed potatoes.

Peruse the best meat-pie recipes the U.K., Italy, Chile, South Africa, and Canada have to offer, and see if you don’t want pie for dinner. Pescatarian and vegetarian types: You’ll find temptation in the form of crawfish hand pies and veggie tarts. After all, why should fruit have all the fun?


Let's start from the bottom up - the tart crust.

I've made this veggie tart with store-bought pie crust, flatbread, frozen puff pastry, and my favorite - homemade herby pie crust. They'll all work, so grab whatever sounds good to you. I'll link the Savory Herb Pie Crust here so you can bookmark it for later. We love it for any savory tart or pie. I'll use it for Chicken Pot Pie, French Onion Tarts, and a delicious Heirloom Caprisi Tart. I like to make this tart slab style in a shallow 9x13 inch jelly roll pan. As the veggies bake, they'll lose some volume, so the long shallow pan size works out just about right.


About the recipe

We bet you've never had apple pie like this one before. Taking inspiration from the classic leftover apple pie trick of adding a slice of cheddar cheese to the top and merging it with the generous slab pie shaping method, this oversized dessert is the perfect addition to any holiday table.

This recipe was excerpted from the book Pie Squared: Irresistibly Easy Sweet & Savory Slab Pies by Cathy Barrow. Copyright © 2018 by Cathy Barrow. Reprinted with permission of Grand Central Life & Style. All rights reserved.


A storebought pie crust makes this vegetable tart a breeze, but you can use a homemade version, like our All-Butter Pie Dough.

This pie is definitely a weekend project, but the depth of flavor achieved by the slow cooking time is worth it.

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35 Savory Pie and Tart Recipes That Are Simply Delicious

Savory pies and tarts are often overlooked, but we think it's high time home cooks pay closer attention to these unexpected&mdashyet delicious&mdashdishes. Baked with meats, vegetables, and cheeses, savory pies and tarts are the perfect recipes to shake up your usual weekday menu. Whether you serve one as a delicious side dish or the main attraction, when you pair flaky, buttery dough with some of our favorite flavor combinations, you're well on your way to creating must-have meal for any time of day. That's right: We have savory pie and tart recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner ahead.

One of the first things that come to mind when thinking of the word "savory" is meat, and many of the pie and tart recipes ahead feature tender, juicy cuts of meat. For a truly showstopping savory pastry dish, bake the Spiced-Lamb Pie that's seen here. It's inspired by a Turkish take on pizza, called pide. You can use store-bought or homemade dough, depending on how much time you have. Another delectable choice? Surprise your family with our Thanksgiving Left-Over Pie for dinner this week&mdashit's a kitchen-sink-style dish featuring all of your favorites from the holiday: Turkey, stuffing, potatoes, carrots, leeks, and cranberry sauce all wrapped in a crispy pate brisée. No leftovers? No problem. You can make the pie using fresh ingredients, too.

Just because something is savory doesn't mean it has to be filled with meat, though. We're sharing some delicious vegetarian-friendly dishes that are sure to satisfy, with both tried and true flavors and surprising new combinations. Head East with our Broccoli and Potato "Samosa" Pie, which is made with a mix of Yukon gold potatoes, broccoli, fresh ginger, and jalapeño peppers for a little kick. Or try our decadent Mushroom-Gruyere Tart for a memorable meal. Tender mushrooms play nicely wit Gruyere cheese in this filling, which sits inside a deliciously nutty crust.

And if you're looking for a kid-friendly recipe, look no further: Our Spinach-Feta Pizza Slab Pie is guaranteed to please family members of every age. Kids will love the double crust, and you'll love how easy it is to make, thanks to store-bought pizza dough and simple ingredients.


Cheesy Potato Savory Pie

Wash and peel 1 lb of potatoes and cut into cubes. Transfer cubed potatoes to a bowl of very cold water. Then dry them and transfer to a saucepan with two cloves of garlic and a little olive oil. Brown the potatoes for just a few minutes. Add a few sprigs of rosemary and let cook for ten minutes. In the meantime, cut 4 oz Malga cheese into cubes. Cover a pie dish with a sheet of puffy pastry dough. Remove garlic and rosemary from the potato mixture and pour into the pastry dough, distributing everything evenly. Add the cheese cubes. In a bowl, mix together two eggs, a cup of milk, pepper, salt and nutmeg. Sprinkle the surface of the pie with the final mixture. Fold the edges of the pie inwards and bake for 30 minutes at 350°F.


What you’ll need to make a french apple tart

Before we get to the recipe, a word of advice: you might be tempted to load up the tart with extra apples but, trust me, less is more with this type of dessert. The apples release quite a bit of juice, which can leak from the tart and make a mess of the crust and your oven.

Also, be sure to use apples suitable for baking — think Fuji, Granny Smith, Jonagolds, Jonathans, Golden Delicious, Gala, Honey Crisp, etc. — otherwise, they’ll turn into applesauce.


70 of the Best Pie Recipes for Practically Any Occasion

If there's a dessert that practically everyone loves, it's a slice of pie&mdashand for good reason. Whether you're serving a hot slice of apple pie for a fall treat, or an ice-cold wedge of lemon meringue or key lime, pie at a summer barbecue, it's something that everyone can enjoy. And there are so many kinds of pie that can be made! That's why we've put together this list of our favorite pie recipes, featuring classics like apple pie, pumpkin pie, pecan pie, and sweet potato pie, along with other innovative flavors to help you put together the ultimate dessert for any holiday, birthday, or Saturday.

Looking to make something during the spring or summer? Choose a fresh berry pie, or go tart with a Meyer lemon pie or Key lime pie. Or get extra decadent with a fried peach pie. Looking for something that goes better with fall or winter fare? That's when pie really shines! We love diving into a plateful of pie that's a little heartier with all the best fall flavors&mdashespecially after Thanksgiving dinner. For example, it's hard to have just one slice of a gingery sweet potato pie, bourbon pecan pie, or pumpkin pie with walnut crust. Of course, no matter which pie you decide to bake, each and every one should be enjoyed the same way: piping hot from the oven and served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.


Easy Slab Pies For a Crowd

Jelly roll pan, sheet pan, baking sheet&ndashno matter what you call it, we consider it the most versatile tool in the kitchen. From easy one-dish dinners to classic Texas Sheet Cake to a batch of homemade chocolate chip cookies, you can break out those thin pans to bake almost anything. The good news is that we found your favorite new use for your sheet pan just in time for the holiday: slab pie recipes. With holiday classics like pumpkin, pecan, chocolate cream, and apple, you can make sheet pan pie recipes for every Thanksgiving and Christmas gathering you attend. These delicious ideas were created to feed crowds, whether for the casual church Christmas potluck or an elegant summer celebration at Mama's. Both chocolate and fruit pie lovers will dig into these easy sweet treats. Take a look at the list of our favorite slab pies and choose the one that&rsquos perfect for your celebration.


This one is definitely not your typical holiday table pie, but it so should be.

It&rsquos filled with flavor and is absolutely beautiful.

The crust is a mix of gingersnaps, walnuts, butter, and brown sugar and doesn&rsquot need to be rolled. Just press it into the pie dish and bake for 12-15 minutes.

You will need to make a cranberry preserve by cooking fresh cranberries down with sugar and water for the filling.

Blend the cooled preserves and stir into a lime, sugar, and egg curd base.

Cook over a double-boiler until thick.

After incorporating some butter, you can fill the crust with the vibrant cranberry and lime curd and leave it to cool for about two hours.