Make the most of your leeks with these delectable tart and pie recipes. We have recipes for savoury cheese and leek tarts, as well as loads of easy recipes for your favourite chicken and leek pie.
Chicken pie has always been a favourite of mine. From the cheap frozen ones I ate as a child to this: a creamy version with mushrooms and leeks, topped with puff pastry. I suppose that actually makes it a pot pie, the fact that it just has a pastry topping and no bottom. What's in a name though: it's still delicious.
This hearty chicken pie is perfect any day of the week. Flaky puff pastry encases a delicious filling made with chicken and leeks in a creamy sauce.
Delicious puff pastry pie filled with chicken chunks, mushrooms, leek and bacon in a gravy made from stock ad white wine. Make ahead in the morning for an easy evening meal. Very satisfying and tasty.
An original French recipe my mum used to bake. Great to eat with a salad during summer or even winter. Absolutely delicious!!! Can be prepared the day before and served as a starter or main dish. Can substitute Emmental for Gruyere cheese.
A combination of spring vegetables, lively herbs and zesty lemon makes a refreshing filling for a crisp filo crust. This pie is easy to make and so delicious, it is destined to become a firm family favourite. For a hearty meal, serve it with baby carrots and new potatoes boiled in their skins.
This leek tart recipe is gorgeous, and results in two tasty and rustic little tarts without much effort. You can easily halve the recipe to make one tart. Use a good quality shop-bought shortcrust pastry, or use your favourite recipe. Enjoy as a light lunch, main course or starter.
Chicken and leek pie that is creamy, flaky and filling all in one! Shop-bought puff pastry makes this super easy. Use shortcrust or homemade pastry, if preferred. This pie freezes really well, too.
Welsh version of the traditional Cornish pasty using Welsh lamb and leeks. You can use half butter and half white vegetable fat for a flakier pastry.
Made this using random ingredients from my cupboards and fridge. Big success with friends and has become a regular in my kitchen.
Tired of plain spinach pie? This recipe uses many different kinds of 'green stuff', mixed with delicious feta cheese, of course! However, it doesn't use filo pastry, which is what you're probably used to seeing with spanakopita. The recipe is a little time consuming, but totally worth it. Serve with yoghurt on the side.