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Enjoyed this! Used Healthy Breakfast Biscuit (260447) recipe and omitted the sugar. Also added extra veggies (green beans and broccoli) and I did saute the onion also.

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berry271 April 17, 2012

I didn't have carrots so used potatoes, and I substituted Buillion for the stock. I sauteed the onions per the previous reviewers suggestion. The only addition I made was a bit of hungarian paprika and milk. We love so I used it whenever possible, and it worked really well here! The only think I would do next time is make some extra sauce. I think the potatoes stretched it a bit too thin. It was really good though. My 4 year old gobbled it up so it will be added to my regular fall/winter rotation. And mine took more like 15 minutes to cook but that is probably bc of my biscuit recipe. Here is the recipe I used. Fast, easy, and yummy biscuits! http://www.recipezaar.com/77417

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grunig October 16, 2007

This is very much comfort food. My 5 yr old daughter loved it. I poached my chicken breasts in chicken broth and added a bay leaf for seasoning. I would saute the chopped onion next time and add a little poultry seasoning. Thanks for posting.

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lizeroo October 06, 2007

This was awesome. I used leftover chicken from a roast and some homemade chicken broth I made from the frame and giblits. No one in my family liked the idea of carrots so I peeled, diced, and cooked a medium sized potato (came to about a cup before cooking). I poured the filling into a 9 x 11 pan and topped it with Grands biscuits. If I could change anything I did with this recipe, it probably would be that. The Grands were too buttery, and in the future I'm probably going to use a different kind of canned biscuit (and hopefully eventually I'll use homemade ones). My father-in-law (who was eating dinner with us) said it was the best "pot pie" he'd ever had. Everyone ate two biscuits worth and only one person (my husband who is picky anyway) complained about there not being enough.

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Angela Curtis November 18, 2003
Biscuit Topped Chicken Casserole