Chicken Pot Pie with Bacon-and-Cheddar Biscuits

  • aoconnor2 Posted: 02/06/12
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    So good! Made it the other night for a big group of guys and they were VERY happy. I had trouble finding the Creole seasoning so I had this Emeril seasoning that had creole in it so I used that. Also I added about 2-3 teaspoons of pepper to the filling. Obviously everyones taste varies but I do think it needs some to give it that extra kick. This definitely will be made again but only for a special occasion it was a lot of work for a wednesday night dinner, and its pretty hearty/ definitely not diet friendly. Also even though the biscuits were SO good, I might cheat next time and use the canned biscuits

  • 82aggie Posted: 12/29/12
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    Have made this twice now and LOVE it...as does my husband. I used Schwan's frozen biscuits (which are delicious on their own) and omitted the mushrooms because we don't care for them. Highly recommend!

  • Cutieprincess Posted: 07/17/12
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    I think this recipe was okay...to me it needed more zip or something. It wasn't a keeper for my family but maybe with a few modifications it would be fine.

  • szbick Posted: 01/26/13
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    Biscuits were really good and would make again. The Chicken Pot Pie didn't have a lot of flavor.

  • lexiapril Posted: 09/19/12
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    While I would have to "modify" this recipe a lot, I really like the concept. No need for 2 pans in the prep...just make the sauce in the same pan after sauteing the onions and mushrooms, then add the next 5 ingredients. I would also use Bisquick drop biscuits for the top...so much easier!!! Going to the store to pick up the items I need and will make this for tomorrow's supper!!

  • Michael02 Posted: 11/13/13
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    I changed a few things, no hash browns, peas, mushrooms, or parsley. I used diced, boiled potatoes, celery, and all thigh meat. Good recipe. No need to cook the filling first. Place your warm or hot filling into dish, top with biscuits, and cook. This is comfort food. I made this on a Monday night, no problems. I will make again.

  • olivettepointe Posted: 11/08/13
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    This recipe was too elaborate for a mid-week meal. I might save it for a special occasion but I would add more seasoning to the chicken mixture. The biscuits are amazing. I'll make them again and again.

  • lansingal Posted: 10/05/13
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    I really liked this chicken pot pie recipe and use it for brunches or ladies' dinners. I use a more traditional pot pie for my family. http://southerngirl-alison.blogspot.com/2013/10/the-idea-of-cream-of-anything-soup-from.html

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