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Really great, solid dish. Everyone (including young children) loved it. I think for a lot of people it would be a 5 star recipe... but I guess I'm more of an epicure. I love finding healthy one dish meals... this has the meat, bread, and veggies. It's easy... what more can you ask! It's also lower fat than other pot pies because of the biscuit instead of pastry.
I'll definitely work this into my regular fall and winter rotation. Thanks!
We had this for dinner last night, and it was total comfort food! I served this with a simple salad of romaine lettuce. This kind of recipe is simple, inexpensive and just makes you feel good inside! I cooked the chicken in the microwave, then cut into bite-size pieces. 1 cup of cut-up chicken works out to about 1 chicken breast. I'll definitely make this again as I usually have all the ingredients on hand.
This was great -- and so quick! I used cut-up chicken breast, lowfat soup, and lowfat Bisquick. I was afraid it might be too bland so I stirred in some garlic powder, minced onion, basil, rosemary, and paprika into the casserole. I added a T of flaxseed meal to the bisquick mixture.
This was a wonderful quick and easy meal for a cold winter evening. It goes together in no time at all. I added a bit of onion and some thyme. I also pre-cooked my frozen mixed veggies before adding them to the filling because we don't like them crunchy.
This is really good when you're in a hurry.I love Bisquick recipes, since you know they will always set up. I use fresh steamed veggies in mine (carrots, onions, broccoli). Roxygirl in Colo.