Yummie and perfect for a blizzard! I followed the recipe closely, but made it my own. I used 5 large carrots, 5 potatoes, and 3 celery stalks. I added 3 fresh garlic cloves in with the onion and added lots fresh rosemary in with fresh thyme. I used bottled nutmeg because it's alll I had. I used margarine instead of butter and 1% milk. I didn't make the biscuit tops, but instead used Pillsbury pie crust and I made one large pot pie instead of individual ones. I did not use peas or mushrooms because my honey doesn't care for them. Delicious!
Biscuit-topped Chicken Potpies
CookingFiance Posted: 02/09/10
Jillll Posted: 01/23/11
This is a crowd-pleaser, meaning all six people in the house liked this enough to eat it. One LOVED it, three liked it a lot, and one liked it, but wouldn't order it in a restaurant. I thought it was good, but it didn't wow me enough to make again. I deviated from the directions a little bit. 1) Omitted celery and parsley 2) Used olive oil instead of butter 3) Used a very generous amount of all the veggies and chicken 4) After making the veggies+sauce part, I turned everything into a large casserole dish and topped it with the biscuit dough as you would a cobbler.
BreeMc Posted: 10/15/12
I really like this recipe. I have made it in the individual bowls, but have also made it in a baking dish and even in a dutch oven while camping. Always a crowd-pleaser.