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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Chicken Pot Pie IX
Exceptional. My boyfriend loves chicken pot pie...we made this and...he loved it! Was also fun and quite simple to prepare...good weekend meal! Modifications: -Cooked the chicken and veggies in broth -Saved the "stock" made from chicken/veggies to make the gravy in the next step -Added 1/2 diced Idaho potato in w veggies -Added frozen corn in place of celery -Used 1 c milk and 2 c broth, kept flour the same -baked at 375 for 40-45 min -used a 9" deep dish pie tin Helpful hints: -If baking the bottom pie crust for a few min before the filling make sure to secure the crust over the edges, ours sunk down into the tin -once filled and sealed with top crust remember to cut off loose edges or they will burn -monitor top crust as baking, if starts to burn, cover w foil

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 28, 2011
Mushroom Chicken Piccata
Excellent recipe and so simple! I served with a brown rice and quinoa blend - perfect and healthy! Recippe is easily altered for taste preferances. I cut the butter a bit and used about 1 and 1/2 lbs chicken. Was liberal on the broth. Pounded the breasts but they were still thick and required extra cooking time. I browned them on both sides in butter and then added lemon and broth to the pan and covered for about 7 minutes. Like others I removed the chicken and sauted the onions and mushrooms seperately for about 5 minutes. Then added all the both to the mushrooms/onions and let that simmer and thicken on its own for about 5 more minutes. Lastly, added the chicken back in for the last 2 minutes. 1 hint - add the corn starch/flour before the broth is hot. If added while the liquid is boiling, it tends to clump up immediately. Added capers in at the end...gave it a nice zing!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 9, 2011
 
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