Absolutely to die for. My family loves this recipe. I skip cooking the chicken and add Tyson chopped roasted chicken breast, and I don't add the cooked eggs. This is a regular at our house.
Chicken Pot Pie
pamsy10 Posted: 11/11/08
rachelracen Posted: 11/18/08
This recipe was fantastic! I had never made chicken pot pie before, and was prepared for what could have been a difficult journey- but this was great. While the chicken took time to cook I got all the other prep work done for the meal so when it was time to get cooking I got cookin! When making the bacon, I did not have the alloted amount of bacon grease to cook the green onions and celery in but it that was no biggie! I would most definatly make this for company or on a cold winter day :)
madjack96 Posted: 11/17/08
This was very good and easy to put together, however, I would cut back on the broth to 2.5 cups. After I placed the crust over the mixture (I had to use a souffle dish), the liquid bubbled over the crust so we did not have a crunchy crust. When we scooped it out, we both thought the mixture was too soupy. Other than that, the taste was very good!
chef1greg Posted: 02/14/10
This is a good recipe for chicken pot pie, and doesn't take all that long to prepare the food. You have to like bacon, though, since the recipe will come out with a very strong bacon-y taste.
Debra55 Posted: 07/02/09
I made this recipe and divided it into two pies. One went to a friend. I got discouraged over the lumps while whisking in the chicken stock, whisking til I thought my hand would fall off, then picked out the biggest lumps. Turns out, it didn't affect the flavor or texture at all. I think it was a little dry because I spent too much time whisking. I left out the boiled eggs - didn't sound appealing to me. Next time I'll whisk less or add more chicken stock and use frozen tiny peas because I think they would hold their shape better than canned during the mixing. Will make again.
MegLee Posted: 06/08/09
This was a very delicious chicken pot pie: I have never had a pot pie before I made this recipe, and thought it was spectacular! I added about a cup of diced carrots and I omitted the bacon as I don't eat pork, but everything else was perfectly cooked! The only suggestion my husband had was to add a crust on the bottom too.
luv2cre82 Posted: 01/22/09
This was true comfort food! The addition of bacon really added to the overall taste without overpowering the dish. This is a really tasty dish. I used the 3 cups of broth per the recipe and didn't find it too runny as another reviewer mentioned.