This recipe needs work. I don't think it was properly tested. I've made these mini chicken pot pies several times in the past but this recipe was off. There is too much filling for the 8 biscuits and the grands are too big to cook properly. I ended up using two cans of 8 biscuits and adjusted the baking time to 26 minutes and some were still doughy in the middle. I looked back into my reviews and found that the regular 7.5 ounce cans of biscuits (12 in a pack) work much better.
I just finished my mini chicken pot pies they came out beautifull pop out of the muffin pan like muffins . Thanks they're delisious.
I like this recipes The change that I have made is that use a larger muffin pan which cooks 6 larger size pies. I add a tablespoon of mrs. Dash seasoning they definitely need seasoning and I do not like salt. You could also use Lawry seasoning salt I use the lower sodium version. I think mrs. Dash tastes great though. You could use whatever seasonings you like I have also sautéed some onion and garlic at the beginning and then added the meat and veggies before baking. I have made it using cream of chicken, celery and mushroom it all works. They take about 20-25 minutes in the larger pan I like using this size because they are not dough like and you can fit more filling so no leftovers I cook the extra 2 biscuits in the oven along side the pan hubby likes bread!!
Fast, easy and yummy! If they are not cooking correctly lower your rack, mine came out perfect.
This turned out good, everyone in the family liked the recipe. I precooked the dough for 10 minutes then flattened the dough in the muffin tins with a spoon before filling with the chicken filling. I recommend using canned mixed vegetables versus frozen, the frozen vegetables were too hard not soft.
Awesome recipe! My family loved it! I used fresh veggies and the bigger muffin pan. (6) I also used the two extra biscuits to make an X across the top of each pot pie. Enjoy!
I just finished my mini chicken potpies following this recipe. This recipe was very helpful, it does take a little common sense to tweak it when necessary. I wouldn't recommend it if you're not somewhat of a seasoned cook, with the ability to make adjustments when you see fit. Overall, I am pleased with the outcome and I will make them again in the future. Thanks for sharing!