This is real scratch cooking so it's a little time consuming, but....IT'S SOOOOOOOO WORTH IT!!! Very delicious amd my family LOVED it. Definitely a keeper! Didn't change a thing.
This sounded really good, nice fall cold weather dinner. It is putzy, which I knew from reading the recipe, but that's OK, I prepare many involved dishes, But, it just didn't come together right and the biscuits were awful! I am a pretty seasoned accomplished cook, have successfully made many recipes in complex cookbooks, but this is not a winner.
I am not sure what could be turning people off of making this recipe unless it's the 8 cups of chicken haha but seriously - 2 rotisserie chickens and you're good to go.
My only regret is that I didn't make mashed potatoes (what was I thinking?) but I made them this morning to eat with the leftovers :)
The biscuits are SO easy and SO incredible. The whole thing comes together really easily if you just cut everything up and have it ready to go first. I used homemade bone broth and fresh herbs. I REALLY wanted to throw celery and peas in there but wanted to make it as written the first time. I think peas would work, but I would pass on the celery. And if you're thinking "I hate mushrooms, could I leave those out?" I really don't think so because they release SO much liquid and really add to the sauce flavor and cooking dynamic. Mayyyyybe you could sub zucchini? But I have no idea what it would taste like. If you hate mushrooms then just make a normal chicken pot pie and use these biscuits :) Seriously, they're that good.
I reheated in the oven on 375 for about 10-15 mins -as long as it took me to make mashed potatoes. The biscuits were still great the next day.
This recipe is a keeper for sure!!