Stovetop Chicken Pie

  • stepheb Posted: 03/06/11
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    very easy to make and delicious! I used poultry seasoning in place of the italian dressing and omitted the mushrooms since I didn't have fresh on hand. Great comfort food in an easy way!

  • Ritmodeperu Posted: 02/01/11
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    Loved the flavor. Added carrots and used poultry seasoning (about 1/2 tsp) instead of Italian Dr. mix. Sauce was a little thin--would probably add a little flour to thicken. Didn't have biscuits, so topped with a pie crust and baked for about 20 minutes. Will make again!

  • scwest68 Posted: 01/31/11
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    My husband thought this recipe was outstanding, but my son and I thought it was good. For the 2nd night, I added another packet of the italian seasoning to pep it up a bit. Liked it much better with the extra seasoning!

  • Maggie16 Posted: 01/31/11
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    Great weeknight recipe. Everyone in the family loved it. I added carrots and celery and omitted the mushrooms. This will definitely make the monthly rotation.

  • BarbaraPA Posted: 02/02/11
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    My husband,son and I just loved this recipe. Different from others I have made and I would have to put this one at the front of the recipe file. Great as leftovers too. I've already passed it on to 2 friends.

  • ellewis Posted: 04/21/11
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    Pure comfort food. I added carrots and potatoes that I'd precooked and made my biscuits from scratch.Left out the Italian seasoning. I made a microwave white sauce instead of the mushroom soup. I made it just for me so I had lots to pull out of the freezer whenever I have the craving or when the kids come home.

  • roluvs2cook Posted: 05/23/11
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    My husband and daughter loved this. They ate it 2 nights in a row. Which is a definite stamp of approval. I liked it. we tried it over the suggested rice and also with biscuits. Biscuits won hands down. The gravy needs the biscuits to give the dish the gooey pot pie texture. Overall, it came together quickly. I did use perdue shortcuts & zesty italian dressing to bump up the flavor. This would defintely go into regular weeknight rotation

  • anstewart25 Posted: 08/31/12
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    Wow! I absolutely loved this! I tried the suggested rotisserie chicken, and I'll be honest.. I'm horrible at cutting up a chicken! haha! So, if you're new to it like me, I'd suggest just buying chicken breasts. Even after the chicken disaster, I LOVED it! Definitely something to try!

  • johnboy Posted: 09/04/13
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    Tastes good. Very quick and easy to fix. The most time consuming step in the process was cooking the chicken (I did mine on the grill's rotisserie). Great use for rotisserie chicken either store bought or self-grilled.

  • sunnygrammie Posted: 11/22/13
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    This recipe was easy to prepare and yummy, yummy, yummy. I used only the white meat from a Costco rotisserie chicken (leftover from the previous night's dinner) and there was plenty of meat in the dish. I followed the recipe exactly as written, with the exception I used canned biscuits instead of frozen because that's what I had on hand. I will definitely keep this recipe in my monthly rotation, even if I don't have leftover chicken.

  • ForHimIrun Posted: 11/21/13
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    My family loves this, and it is simple! We shred up a rotisserie chicken. Easy.

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