Chicken in Every Pot Pie

Chicken in Every Pot Pie

"I created a new title for my mom's pot pie recipe while trying to come up with a clever menu for our Presidents' Day Party. An old political slogan came to mind that fit the theme and my main dish just fine! It's chock-full of chicken and vegetables. -Mary Beth de Ribeaux, Gaithersburg, Maryland"
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50 m servings
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Original recipe yields 8 servings

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  1. In a saucepan, combine chicken, broth, peas, carrots, soup, salt and pepper; bring to a boil, stirring occasionally.
  2. Meanwhile, combine biscuit mix, milk, garlic powder and celery seed (mixture will be thin). Pour hot chicken mixture into eight greased ovenproof 10-oz. custard cups or casseroles. Immediately spoon 1/4 cup of biscuit mixture evenly on top of each. Sprinkle with paprika. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 30-35 minutes or until topping is golden brown.

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This was delicious! I changed very little of this yummy recipe. I added potatoes (2 small ones cubed and semi cooked) and I cooked it in a large casserole dish instead of little individual ones....

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I put mine in a 9 X 13 pan. Something was missing in the recipe though. Great starter recipe to work with. I was leery of the thin bicuit mix on top, but it actually puffed up nice.

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This was delicious! I changed very little of this yummy recipe. I added potatoes (2 small ones cubed and semi cooked) and I cooked it in a large casserole dish instead of little individual ones....

I made a roux and gravy from scratch, rather than cream soup, and seasoned the biscuit topping with salt, pepper and garlic rather than celery seed (not a fan). I really liked the IDEA but it di...

These was a good recipe but felt it needed more spices. It tasted a bit bland for us. Instead of peas I added corn. I also did not have mushroom soup on hand and used cream of chicken soup in...

I use this recipe only I make biscuits seperate and we spoon them on top. It goes over well.

I put mine in a 9 X 13 pan. Something was missing in the recipe though. Great starter recipe to work with. I was leery of the thin bicuit mix on top, but it actually puffed up nice.

Not a celery seed fan so I left that out. I wanted more "gravy" in this. so next time I will add less chicken broth to the mixture. Maybe even add milk next time. I thought this was a littl...

This was very good, and easy too! I used a 1/4 cup less broth to make the gravy a bit thicker. I also used the idea from other similar recipes and added french fried onions and shredded cheddar ...

Very good! I used red bell pepper instead of carrot & added a little corn (and a small clove of garlic) and used biscuit dough from scratch. I will make this recipe again, though. It was super s...

Super easy and super good. My whole family loved it. Love the versatility of being able to add whatever veggies I have in and throwing it all together.

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