Chicken Pie

This takes 10 minutes to put together!

This is one of my favorite comfort foods.  Chicken Pie!!!  This is quick to make and easy.  While it is baking you can do whatever for 45 minutes.  You know fold laundry,  help with homework, call your mother.

To make this even easier I just pulled leftover turkey out of the freezer.  I have used a roasted chicken purchased at the grocery or just cooked 2 large chicken breast.  Any method is a snap.

I paired it here with a salad , but any steamed or roasted vegetables will do.  I just don’t think that there is a serving of vegetables in the pie.  Okay here is the recipe for the easiest Chicken Pie ever!

2 cups of Chicken or Turkey

Add small can of Veg-all drained

Add can of Cream of Celery or Chicken Soup

Add 2 cups of Chicken Broth

Mix together in 11 x 8 pyrex dish

1 stick of Butter melted

Forgot to take a picture of melted butter so I had to use an old one.  And this was when I was playing around with my new camera.  Look at the date!!!  I did not know what I was doing.   Oh!! I still don’t know what I am doing!

1 cup self-rising flour, 3/4 cup milk and 1 stick melted butter

Whisk flour, milk and butter together

Pour flour, milk and butter on top of chicken mixture

Don’t worry the crust will rise to the top.  Oh, my gosh it so buttery and yummy!!

Bake at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes.  This will serve 6.

Baked for 45 minutes. Let it sit maybe 10 for sauce to thicken.

Comfort food at it’s best!!

Chicken Pie

  • 2 cups of cooked chicken or turkey cubed
  • 1 small can of Veg-all drained
  • 1 can cream of celery or chicken soup
  • 2 cups of chicken broth
  • 1 stick of butter melted
  • 1 cup self-rising flour
  • 3/4 cup milk

Mix cubed chicken, veg-all , celery soup and chicken broth in a 11 x 8 pyrex dish.

Mix in a medium mixing bowl 1 stick of melted butter, 1 cup of self-rising flour and 3/4 cup of milk using a wire whisk.  Pour over the chicken mixture.  Don’t worry the crust will rise to the top!  Bake at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes.  Let it rest for about 10 minutes so the sauce will thicken.  Serves about 6.

Happy Cooking,

The Teacher Cooks

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36 Comments

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36 responses to “Chicken Pie

  1. that’s right it is comfort food at it’s best!

    justine

  2. Becca

    It’s cool how the crust will automatically rise to the top! I didn’t know that.

  3. Ashley Maryniak

    I never knew how to make crust for chicken pie. when we make it at home, we use phylo sheets (like pie crust). Next time I will have to try this!

  4. Jennifer Pham

    I did not know that if you added the crust on the top of the mixture than when it cooks it will rise.

  5. this looks fun to make. 1 can cream of chicken soup is something i would never guess to be in this. or 1 cup self-rising flour.

  6. taylor a davis

    for a very complicated dish this looks easy to make you make it look so simple i’ve learned u shed chicken not cube it.

  7. Ana

    I learned that you can use left over turkey to make this recipe and that way you don’t waste food especially after thanksgiving with so much food made.

  8. tinnia adams

    hey, this looks good.
    its kind of like a home made pot pie
    you are every creative.
    if i ate at your house i bet i would be looking like a big fat cow.

  9. Jessica

    I learned another easy recipe that is simple and only takes 45 min. to cook. :)

  10. Ashley Kendrick

    I never knew that a chicken pie would only take 45 mins to make and it look so good. You would think it took longer to cook.

  11. Dakota Clayton

    This one shows the importance of following preparation time

  12. kenny

    i learned that you need to let it sit so that the sauce can thicken

  13. uniqua dortch

    Wow! i never knew that when making this, the crust will on its own rise to the top.

  14. Carly Hart

    I didn’t know that the crust could rise on its own while cooking!

  15. brooke

    I didn’t know the crust would rise to the top.

  16. lesley baxley

    it takes longer than i would think to make a chicken pot pie! i would like to try this!

  17. imari

    i’ve learned that making chicket pie isn’t that hard to make. i thought it was harder than that.

  18. shane davis

    i did not know that you can make a pie pot in a cake pan like that

  19. ashley

    i learned that the crust rose to the top

  20. Elizabeth

    Learned that you add the things for the crust in the beggining and it just rises up.

  21. Leslie Stewart

    I learned that the crust could rise on its own while cooking

  22. i used to always cook everything at i high temp. but sence i have been in this class i have seen that i lower temp. for a longer times is the better way to cook

  23. Hanna

    i didn’t know that the crust rose all the way to the top by itself!

  24. Brooke M

    We made chicken pot pie this weekend and the crust never works out. I need to try this crust!

  25. blakely

    i didnt know you could use turkey to make chicken pot pie.

  26. Yesica Melchor

    I didn’t know you used cream celery soup to make the chicken soup.

  27. Isata

    i learned how to cook a pot-pie and i didnt know that you had to add one whole stick of melted butter !

  28. Erin

    I didn’t know that the crust will rise to the top when you cook it. I also learned that if you let it sit, the sauce will thicken.

  29. chanz

    i didnt kno that you had to Bake at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes

  30. Parker

    Chicken soup? I never would have thought of that.

  31. evan

    I did not know that you had to had a stick of butter

  32. Allie

    I never even knew celery soup existed until now! Also I learned what the crust of the chicken pot pie was, I actually never knew that before!

  33. zuleima

    mmm they chicken foot mm enchants to me knows very good

  34. taylor r roddy

    this looks so good, im going to try and make this at homeee! : )

  35. Savannah Cole

    i have actually never had this dish, so i’m going to try this at home :) it looks yummmy

  36. lesley baxley

    i learned that the crust automatically rises to the top….i would love to make this some day! :)

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