Ever wonder what to do with that left over Rotisserie chicken? Well, here you go. This recipe makes 2 pies, but if you jar it, it freezes well and I think tastes better than day one. Less work for another day and just as delicious. I use whatever part of the chicken we don't eat which is usually the breasts, but have also bought a whole chicken just for this. Either use store bought crust or make your own. Ina Garten has a great crust recipe from her pot pie that I'd recommend. Save all of the scraps and bones for a delicious homemade chicken stock you can use next time. This recipe is mostly low sodium where I can control, but your tastebuds will ultimately determine the amount. IMPORTANT: If a recipe calls for KOSHER salt, use the said amount. If it's TABLE salt, use 1/3 of the Kosher salt amount. The smaller grains of table salt will over-salt your dishes if you follow the kosher salt amount. Example: If calls for 1 TBS Kosher, use about 1 tsp table salt.