Monday, May 3, 2010

Chicken Pot Pies

Do you like Chicken Pot Pies?  I sure do too!  So here's my recipe for a pretty quick and easy way to do a homemade chicken pot pie that won't disappoint.  :)

Chicken Pot Pie:

4 Large Potatoes, peeled, cooked and diced

3 c. Veggies (I like to use peas, carrots and green beans. Fresh or frozen are okay.)

1 can Chicken Breast/or 1 lb. or so of cooked chicken, diced up

1.5 c. Milk

2 T. Margarine

2 T. Flour

1 tsp. Salt

1 tsp. Thyme

1 tsp. Pepper

1 T. Onion flakes

1 top pie crust (I always use Better Homes and Gardens recipe for a single pie crust.)

1.  In a large pot combine the potatoes, veggies, chicken, milk, salt, thyme, pepper and onion flakes.  Heat to boil, then turn to medium and cook for 10 minutes.  (Longer if your veggies were frozen.)

2.  Add margine and stir till melted and combined.

3.  Add flour.  Slowly and stirring constantly.

4.  Fill Casserole dish with the thickened soup type mixture.

5.  Cut the top pie crust to fit and place on top.

6.  Bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees.

7.  Enjoy!  (And be careful it is hot!!)


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  3. Still one of my favorites :) I use a casserole dish which comes with a lid so I can use the lid to cut my pie dough into a perfect circle! I use a pre-made frozen rolled up pie crust. I love how this is an easy and versatile recipe which I ALWAYS have all the ingredients for. Our Go-to recipe when we are in a pinch!

  4. Thanks Lori!! This is my go-to recipe too for a quick, easy and yummy recipe! :) So glad you like it!

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  6. Well, Anonymous, it does depend on how thick your crust is...


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