Turkey Cobbler


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Many things are called cobbler, however, a cobbler is not a cobbler unless the crust is made with biscuits.  That’s how it got its name.  The biscuit crust looked like a cobbled street.  A savor cobbler is a perfect way to use up leftover turkey.

You will need, diced turkey meat, chopped vegetables, including potatoes, (if you have no veggies left, use a pack of frozen,) a sautéed onion, sliced mushrooms if you have them, some finely chopped fresh parsley, gravy and Farmhouse Buttermilk Biscuits  Or your favorite biscuit recipe.  Preheat the oven to 500°f or 550°f.  Mix the turkey, vegetables, onion, mushrooms if using, parsley and gravy together and place in a baking dish that you may serve out of.  Make your biscuits and cut them with a two-inch biscuit cutter.  Place on top of the mixture in the baking dish so that they are just touching each other.  As they rise they will fill in the gaps.  Paint the tops with an egg beaten with one tablespoon of cold water.  If you wish you can sprinkle the top with Parmesan cheese.  Place in the preheated oven with a baking sheet on the rack below to catch any drips.  Bake for five minutes, then reduce the heat to 350° and bake for twenty to thirty minutes, or until the biscuits are brown.  Remove from the oven and allow to cool for a few minutes before serving.

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