This recipe has an excellent flavor. I thought wrapping the rolls was a little tedious, and because you can't put that much mixture into each roll ( it pours out if you overstuff ) they can be a little dry. I made them exactly like the recipe using just one tube of rolls to test it out. I ate them for lunch the next day and they were very tasty. Since I had most of the chicken mixture left over I experimented with it a little. I added a small container of sour cream which made it much easier to stir, some pepper, a little celery salt and poured it into a bottom of a 9 inch pie pan. Then I made the traditional bisquick topping ( 1 egg, 1/2 cup of milk, 1 cup of bisquick put into a blender for 2 minutes ) and poured that over the top of the chicken mixture !! Bake it in the oven for 30 minutes and you have a great tasting variation of a chicken pot pie !! The family ate it up, I wish I had made 2 of them !! I will make these again both ways. If I am taking them to an event I will make them as puffs. If I make them for dinner again I will make them like a pie, it's much easier. I will also always add the celery salt ( tastier ) and the sour cream ( much easier consitency to stir ). The next time I may experiment with the mixture in a pie crust, roll it up and slice it like pinwheels before baking it. I did enjoy the recipe and will have fun with it. Thanks for posting it.
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This recipe has an excellent flavor. I thought wrapping the rolls was a little tedious, and...