I am so happy today to share with you another recipe from my sister. She has been making this pot pie for a while and I love when she shares it. So yummy and so comforting.
Becky’s Chicken Pot Pie
Here is a great meal sure to warm you up on this cold weekend! This is my go to recipe that I treat my friends and family with whenever they come to visit. It all started for me when I used to buy those store pot pies for my husband who would eat three of those little guys! I knew there had to be a way to make a great pot pie from home without having to buy those little pies in the store. I basically threw this mixture together into a pie shell and it was a huge success!! And, if you all knew how picky my husband is with food, this was a major task to satisfy his palette!! This is my special dish that I wanted to share with you all.
Pillsbury refrigerated Pie Crust
2 – 3 small chicken breasts
½ onion, diced
1 celery stalk, diced
1 can of Cream of Chicken Soup
1 can of Cream of Potato Soup
1 bay leaf
Dash salt and pepper
3/4 bag frozen mixed vegetables
In a medium sauce pan, bring chicken breasts to boil with bay leaf and salt and pepper. Cook until done, about 20 min. While chicken is cooking, sweat onions and celery in a tablespoon of oil. Then add cream of chicken and cream of potato soups. Add frozen mixed vegetables. Simmer. Add cut up cooked chicken and mix well. Prepare pie plate with pie crust. Add mixture to pie crust, then top with second pie crust. Cut slits in top crust for ventilation and bake in 425 degree oven for about 18 – 20 min or until pie crust is golden brown. Allow to cool and serve. Homemade mashed potatoes is a great side kick for this dish! Enjoy!
Served Up With Love!
Thank you Becky for sharing your recipe, now I have it for whenever I want to make it. Of course, it will never be as good as when you make it for me. I really enjoyed reading your story of why you make it, I did not realize that was how you came up with it. You are getting pretty good with the blog thing, maybe one in your future. Love you sis!
I am sure Becky would love to hear your comments. Please give her a welcome.