Golden Chicken Potpie
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 35 min.
Makes2 potpies (6 servings each)
Altered this recipe to suit my tastes. First of all, I left off the crust, and prepared the recipe as a stew. Since I am diabetic, I substituted frozen riced cauliflower for the potatoes. I also used low fat milk and sour cream, as well as canned mixed vegetables, and substituted shrimp for the chicken (which I don't care for). All in all, it turned out really good!
What could I add to this to make this less bland? I made it one time and we really liked it, but it needs something. My husband added spiced mustard to his and said it helped some.
We really loved this! I halved the recipe to only make one pie. After reading some of the reviews, I added additional salt and freshly ground pepper, and threw some shredded cheddar cheese into the mix for added flavor. This is a dense pie, very creamy, and I like that you can vary the soups or frozen vegetables based on what you have on hand. Will definitely make this one again!
I thought this was lacking flavor. It was too bland for my family.
I made this and its good, but i had to use more salt. I made just one pie, cut the ingreidents in half, because i wanted to make sure i like it. Next time i will make two, freeze the another for another day.
This is t really a review more of a question. What are cubed hash brown potatoes? Hash browns are shredded potatoes. I never seen them in cubes. Does it mean tater tots?
Couldn't find a can of cream of onion, but a can of cream of mushroom or another of chicken makes a good substitute. I'm not a fan of packaged hash browns, but a diced potato and some seasoning can be used instead. Fry it up a little before adding to make sure the potato is cooked through. Likewise, fresh steamed vegetables can be substituted for the frozen ones. Good way to use up cooked chicken!
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Super easy and not too heavy or greasy. I used 1% milk and light sour cream. I think adding a bit of celery next time would be perfect. Served with pickled beets, it was very satisfying.
This was a hit on National "Pi Day!" I did, however, make a couple changes. I omitted the hash browns and used cream of chicken soup, as I couldn't find cream of onion soup in the store. For the chicken, I used a cooked rotisserie chicken, that I shredded and cut into cubes. Also, I replaced the sour cream with vanilla yogurt. Delicious! Will make this again!