Easy Chicken Recipes – Chicken Pot Pie

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These individual chicken pot pies are a snap! The Girl practically begs me to make chicken pot pies each week. When she asked what was for dinner tonight and I replied Chicky pot pies, she was one happy camper. For me, making dinner ahead of time is key. I like having it done and out of the way so when the HH calls to say he is on his way home, all I have to do is heat up the meal and we’re good to go. Being prepared makes dinner time less stressful for me, especially during fall sports season.

Ingredients

3 cooked chicken breasts, shredded
1 can of corn kernels, drained
2 medium potatoes, cooked and cut into chunks
1 jar Heinz chicken gravy {or homemade}
1 egg {for egg wash}
1 homemade double pie crust
salt and pepper to taste

Directions

In a large bowl combine chicken, corn, potato, gravy, salt and pepper and combine. Scoop mixture into individual pie plates* or large ramekins*. Cover with pie crust and brush an egg wash over the top. Bake at 350 until gravy bubbles and pie crust tops are a nice golden brown {about 30-45 minutes}. Cool slightly and serve. Yield 4 servings.


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Comments

  1. How do you make the homemade chicken gravy? This recipe looks great.

    • Melissa, here’s how I do it:

      Melt 1-2 T butter in a pot. Add 1-2 T flour (depends on how thick you like your gravy). Slowly pour in 1 cup of chicken stock all the while vigorously whisking to prevent lumps from forming. Bring to a boil while stirring and then remove from heat. And there’s your gravy!

  2. We had crock pot pork backbones (from a local farm) with homemade molasses bbq sauce and baked potatoes. Currently enjoying a glass of wine now that the little one is in bed and hopefully a shrimp cocktail will follow! :-) Pot pie sounds amazing and is on my to do list – just trying to make sure I can squeeze it in around my reclaimed produce!

  3. Elizabeth says:

    I would love to know where you got the fluted bowls? They are fabulous and I need some!!

  4. Elizabeth F says:

    So do your own chickens become the chicken you eat when they stop laying etc?

    • Nope. They get to live out their life in the backyard. :)

      • Elizabeth F says:

        So can you have an unlimited number of chickens then? Here (well in town) they allow 4. Everybody says that their chickens are their family pets. But what happens when those 4 hens stop laying, probably all about the same time (because the chicks were all bought at the same time) and then you just have 4 pets? And you can’t get more unless you get rid of those other 4? Nobody has an answer.

  5. Thank you for the inspiration. Turned this into a casserole with mashed potato topping instead of pastry (gluten free eating son). Absolutely delish! Gluten free gravy was made with 1 can Swanson’s chicken broth and 1 tblsp of rice flour.

  6. Elizabeth S. says:

    Hi! I’m a little late to commenting, but I am trying to find your pie crust recipe in your recipe index and I just can’t find it. I want to make this this weekend, but I’d like to use your pie crust recipe. Also, do I have to chill the dough for pot pie recipes or just like a fruit pie recipe? I want to make your apple pie recipe too! Thanks!

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