Speedy Chicken Potpie

  • jazzwood Posted: 01/10/10
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    Tasty! Easy to prepare. Could not find diced potatoes with onion so made my own and cooked a few more minutes than the 8 minutes indicated in the recipe. A real comfort food, definitely a keeper.

  • kermitbeth Posted: 01/25/10
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    Excellent recipe, came together very quickly. Filling, healthy, and delicious. I will definitely make this again.

  • lindacl Posted: 01/06/11
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    Great meal to make when pressed for time. Would definitely make it again

  • nlrutecki Posted: 01/22/10
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    This tastes so much richer than it is. We loved the flavors and the strips of pie crust.

  • TheCynthia Posted: 01/27/10
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    Very yummy, but since I have more time than money, I made several changes. I used less expensive chicken thighs instead of chicken breast. Instead of buying refrigerated diced potatoes with onions, I just diced my own (which I also did with the carrot). I used dried thyme and sage and added earlier. Also, to reduce the number of pans to clean, I browned the chicken in a large dutch oven, removed the chicken and then put the broth in the same pan. So, I would have to call my version The Much Less Speedy but Still Delicious Chicken Potpie.

  • Justme11 Posted: 01/06/11
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    Quick, easy and delicious! Tastes like it took a lot more effort than it did, plus it was rich and hearty. Made exactly as written except I added some mushrooms because I had them on hand. My guys loved it! Served with a green salad on the side.

  • Courtney63 Posted: 07/06/11
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    Wonderful homemade taste -- I will definitely make this again!

  • Beaner29 Posted: 01/26/12
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    This is my go-to recipe when I'm craving pot pie. Love that the pie crust gives me a bite of crunch when i want it but without the calories of it being covered in it. I do however have to change the recipe a bit since I can't find frozen potatoes with onions where I live, so instead I buy 2 potatoes, cut them up and boil them for a bit while the chicken cooks, also use about half an onion. And I always add more veggies than it calls for. Can't wait for my leftovers tomorrow!

  • MCHALEME Posted: 02/09/12
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    This turned out great! I used garlic and added more tyme for flavor (I have to put garlic in almost everything!) I also couldn't find potato with the onion so I quickly fried some up and added them in.

  • daneanp Posted: 11/19/12
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    Surprisingly good. Next time I'll add some minced garlic and a little chopped celery. It made for a good, hearty meal on a work night. Everyone liked it.

  • coltsfaninnh Posted: 11/09/12
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    Awesome recipe! I used a rotisserie chicken. It was fast, easy, healthy, and delicious. I was skeptical that my fiancé wouldn’t like it since it’s not a “real” chicken pot pie, but he really enjoyed it! I will definitely make it again. I also used 1 tsp Poultry Seasonings in place of the thyme and sage. Delicious!

  • golddome Posted: 11/01/12
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    This is a quick and easy recipe that turns out great. Perfect for a cold night. The next time I'm going to substitute white wine for some of the chicken broth.

  • eewbugs Posted: 01/06/14
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    The only thing i did different than the recipe is use fresh potato, onion, carrot and celery (didn't have peas). It was very bland. I don't know if we'll even eat the leftovers.

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