By 4-H Mom on January 01, 2009
Photo by Jillian at Food.com
Photo by Jillian at Food.com
"This is so good and easy to make. The recipe came from the back of the Bisquick Mix package."
Serving Size: 1 (201 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"I love this recipe, I sometimes use rotisserie chicken and/ or the herb cream of chicken soup when I make it."
"This is one of my husband's favorites!"
"instead of using cream of chicken soup, i use cream of cheddar, and use fresh vegetables such as potatoes, sweet potates, carrots, and whatever i can get my hands on..this recipe is fool proof, plus its a way the kids and i can eat our vegetables!"
"My family really enjoyed this. I read many of the other reviews before preparing it and decided that it is a flexible recipe that would work well with other veggies added. I cooked celery and mushrooms with the onions, and added chopped garlic. I blanched some broccoli and stirred it in with the mixed veggies. Poultry seasoning and thyme added a bit of flavor. I used Recipe#55564 in place of the Bisquick. It was delicious! Thanks 4-H Mom for a versatile and delicious family-pleasing meal."
"A lot of reviewers have mentioned using soup... though this version does not call for it. The second top rated version does. I used this method and found the end product to be tasty and easy. I would recommend making sure your adding enough pepper, I guesstimated and I think I skimped. I also used precooked grilled chicken from the freezer section. Other than that it is awesome, I will be making it again!"
"This was great. I'm sure I'll be making it again come winter. My one problem was that I wasn't able to cover the entire pie with the top mixture."
"Excellent dish and so easy to make......thanks for posting!"
"This was a great way to use up some leftovers. Thank you for such an easy recipe."
"i use to make this all the time and then life got really busy and i forgot how to make it. I am so glad you posted this so i can make this awesome comfort food again. i always added some various seasonings along with some chopping onions. It really is great!"
"This is great! I always make extra chicken, and then I freeze it to have on hand for this and other dishes. It is so simple and quick. Perfect for a busy weeknight"
"I had leftover turkey and gravy in the freezer that I used for this (in place of the chicken and soup), and I didn't really measure how much I used, and made it in a 8x8" dish. I loved the topping! Mine took longer to bake (almost an hour) probably because it was a little bigger."
"Very easy. I made this with frozen peas and corn and sautÃ©ed onions. Good comfort food but it definetly needs to be doctored up a bit. I will certainly make again but I might add some garlic powder to the bisquick topping and some herbs/spices to the chicken/veggie mixture. Not a bad jumping off point for an easy pot pie...just need to get creative in adding flavor."
"I Made this last night and used left over thanksgiving turkey instead of chicken it was delicious! Thank you!!"
"This was a fun way to use up the leftover roast chicken from the night before! Both my husband and our 11-month old love this! I used cream of mushroom soup with frozen peas and carrots - a huge hit! Thanks for a great recipe."
"Perfect comfort food! I just made this last night and got up to have the leftovers for breakfast. I didn't let the veggies thaw, added a bit of milk and a dash of pepper to soup mixture as other reviewers suggested - It was delicious and SO easy!"
"Great recipe!! I love to use it for the Thanksgiving turkey leftovers."
"I will definetly be making this again. It is a really hearty meal that has very little prep time! I used half frozen/half fresh vegetables. I do agree with the previous reviewer- it was rather dry, so next time I am going to use 2 cans of soup."
"VERY Dry and Bland"
"I love this easy recipe, I use canned vegall instead of frozen veggies, and add a package of cooked stovetop stuffing mixed into the filling. YUM!"
"I love this recipe, how easy it is and how quickly it cooks up. I double it frequently to make a larger dish (like 9x13 pan) for potlucks or new moms."