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Chicken Potpie with Biscuits

September/October 2012

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (54 votes)

In this lightened-up recipe for chicken potpie, creamy chicken stew is topped with flaky biscuits for quintessential comfort food. Our recipe for chicken potpie takes advantage of convenient frozen mixed vegetables to keep it quick.


Chicken Potpie with Biscuits Recipe

5 Reviews for Chicken Potpie with Biscuits

08/14/2013
Anonymous
Tasty and fairly easy

I couldn't find a 16 oz. bag of frozen veggies so I just added extra corn I had on hand. Also, I cheated and made lowfat Bisquick biscuits. I thought it might need extra seasoning, but since I used a rotisserie chicken it had plenty of flavor (though my husband added hot sauce). Classic comfort food.

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08/14/2013
Anonymous
Tasty and fairly easy

I couldn't find a 16 oz. bag of frozen veggies so I just added extra corn I had on hand. Also, I cheated and made lowfat Bisquick biscuits. I thought it might need extra seasoning, but since I used a rotisserie chicken it had plenty of flavor (though my husband added hot sauce). Classic comfort food.

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02/26/2013
Awesome!

I thought I might have messed this up; couldn't work the butter with my fingers due to arthritis, so threw the flour mix and butter in the food processor til it looked like corn meal. They came out beautiful and tender! Best biscuit recipe I've ever tried (and I've tried a bunch!). I also thought it needed more salt - sodium not a problem in our house.

Super delicious
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10/12/2012
Anonymous

I did not make this recipe but in reviewing the nutritional values, there is nothing healthy about it and so won't be making it. I looked to Eating Well for just that..eating well, but find some of the recipes are not so healthful.

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10/12/2012
Anonymous
High in carbs?

Does this really need 1/2 C. of flour for thickening. Fifty-nine grams of carbs is 4 servings for a diabetic. Just saying.... Maybe that 1/2 cup could be cut down?

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