Good and easy to make.
This is one tasty dish! I made the double crust version & used a whole wheat flour/white flour combo. Then I used leftover roasted chicken which was only a little over 2 cups, so I cut up 2 small potatoes and decreased the peas some, whilst adding fresh carrots. I also added 1/2 tsp freshly diced rosemary and leftover chicken gravy. Oh my... so damn good. Will make again because the sauce is not too creamy, the crust is tender, and the whole thing is like a pot pie joyride!
I made this last week for my family. Was a big hit! Thanks!
Phenomenal recipe! I'll never have to get a store bought chicken pot pie again. We bought the little tins to make individual pies, turned out just great. Even my son, who turns his nose up at everything, loved these!
So I followed this recipe exactly as it is. And my pies(I used smaller dishes to make individual pies) are in the oven now, but i couldn't wait to write a review... i tasted the filling while I was filling my dishes, HEAVENLY, is the word that even comes close to describing this food that is meant for the gods. If i could add more stars i would. This one is def being added to my regular rotation. Thanks so much for posting.
a very good base---made some changes, mostly due to my laziness. i had some extra chicken breast that i cooked in the crockpot for shredding--used that. and i didnt want to make crust from scratch, so i laid some crescent rolls over the top. also used gravy out of the jar. turned out great!
Wow-weee! I loved this because I had all of these things in the cupbord already. The filling itself is a winner. It tastes so buttery and creamy - I used a smidge more, butter though - and I used one can of mixed veggies in lieu of a bag of frozen. I used biscuit dough for the top and bottom. What a wonderful, fast easy recipe for a cold rainy night (or ANY night).
Really good crust.