My friend, Sharon gave me the best recipe for chicken pot pie. What made it the best? It’s soooo easy that even my 5 year old can do it. To be fair, my 5 year old is a good cook but… okay, the average, dare I say it, 3 year old could do it.
So here it is. No measuring, even. Poach (that means boil in diluted chicken stock until cooked) 2 chicken breasts with a chopped up really small onion. Chop up the cooked chicken into bite-sized pieces. Throw it in a round casserole dish with frozen veggies of your choice, 1 small tub of sour cream, 1 can of cream of chicken soup. You can rescue the onion from the stock too and put it in there. Salt and pepper to taste.
Cover the whole thing with a Pillsbury ready made pie crust. Bake at 425 for 20 minutes. This served my family of 3 for three meals!
Cost = $10.21
sour cream 1.49
cream of chicken soup 1.09
chicken stock 2.50
organic frozen veggies 2.99
Mommy: Do you want some chicken pot pie?
Girl: I don’t like it. I’ve already had that.
Mommy: I’ve never made it.
Girl: But I had it at school. The filling was kinda… yuck.
Mommy: You’ve never had THIS one because I’ve never made it. They’re all different.
Girl: Fine. (Bites.) Not bad.
Girl: You can make that again.
Girl: I think that’s my new favorite thing.
(the next day)
Girl: You said you were going to make that chicken pot pie again!
p.s. Yes, that’s what the sour cream was for.
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