As written I give it a 3 star. It is a good recipe. I usually don't make recipes that call for cans of soup. However this one looked quick and easy, so I tried it as written and I did find it to be a bit bland, for my taste, however all good cooks take a good recipe and make it better (according to their tastes and make it their own) The version I made last night was made with these changes - 2 cans of chicken - 1 can of cream of celery - 1 cup of chicken gravy (made fromt the powder stuff - poultry seasoning- pepper - fresh cut carrots, diced potatoes -parsnips and green beans, parboiled. I mixed everything in together and poured it into the pie crust and baked it for about an hour. I used Pillsbury pie crust. This tasted as wonderful as it smelled. Thank you Sharon for sharing such a good recipe that is so versatile and easy!!!!
Update: January 2013. I made this again last night. This time I roasted potatoes, onions, parsnips and carrots and 3 diced chicken breast on my stone baking sheet. I drizzled them all in olive oil and seasoned with poultry seasoning - garlic and onion powder salt and pepper. I only roasted them for about 30 minutes at 350. I then took 1 can of cream of celery and 1 can of cream of chicken added them to 2 cups hot chicken gravy as stated above. Poured veggies into sauce - stirred well and poured sauce into 2 pie shells. I made one pie for company and froze the other. Heavenly pie!
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As written I give it a 3 star. It is a good recipe. I usually don't make recipes that call...