Refrigerated biscuits make the perfect crust for our easy to make chicken pot pie...it's family friendly, very tasty, and on the table in less than one hour.
cost per recipe: $8.13
Stir the soup, milk, thyme, black pepper, vegetables and chicken in a shallow 3-quart baking dish.
Bake at 400°F. for 15 minutes or until the chicken mixture is hot and bubbling. Stir the chicken mixture. Arrange the biscuits over the chicken mixture.
Bake for 15 minutes or until the biscuits are golden brown.
We really liked this, however as another reviewer posted, the bottom of the biscuits weren't cooked so I had to flip them over and stick it back in the oven. Next time I will definitely cook the biscuits separately and add them to the top when done. Otherwise, good recipe and something different and easy.
This is NOT a form of chicken POT pie! There is no pot involved. You can call it chicken pie. I am a PA Dutchman, and chicken pot pie is made with rolled dough and cooked in a POT!
My Untraditional Thanksgiving Meal
A few years ago I made this for my family when my mom was too overworked to cook our traditional thanksgiving meal. Now, it's become a tradition!! I only use frozen broccoli because it's the only veggie my kids don't mind and everyone loves. And I always get compliments on my pot pie!! About to make a few now for this upcoming holiday!! :)
Easy to prepare and substitute with what you have on hand
I used mixed frozen vegetables, frozen cubed hash brown potatoes and cream of mushroom with Italian seasoning, garlic salt and parmesan cheese. As in chicken and dumplings made with biscuits on top, I expected the bottoms to be a little doughy. It was delicious!
It was good but I wouldn't make it with the biscuits on the top next time but on the side and I used cream of celery and cream of mushroom soup and added boiled potatoes and doubled the tyme it was very good
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