Homemade Chicken Pot Pie
Now that the cold winter months have set in, try my homemade chicken pot pie it is the perfect warm, savory, “stick to your ribs” meal.
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My homemade chicken pot pie will stick to your ribs. My mama, was a born and breed true southern lady, that would use terminology like, “stick to your ribs” when describing a meal, especially for breakfast. Growing up I undoubtedly always needed a breakfast that would “stick to my ribs” in order to make through an entire school day. It is funny how when you where younger, you roll your eyes at these funny mom-isms, then later in life find yourself quoting them. I now completely understand what she meant by “stick to your ribs”. If I only get around to having one meal for the day, let’s make sure it will stay with me and keep me full and satisfied, right?
Homemade Chicken Pot Pie
- 1 box Refrigerated Pie Shell
- 1 Rotisserie Chicken
- 1 can Cream of Chicken with Herbs
- 1 can Cream of Mushroom with Garlic
- 1 can Mushrooms sliced
- 1 bag Mirepoix vegetable mix frozen
- 1 Tbsp Butter
- 1/4 cup Half & Half
- 1 tsp thyme
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1 tsp peper
- 1 Tbsp White Wine
- Remove pie crusts from box and roll out on top cutting board to get to room temp.
- Melt the butter in a large pot over medium-high heat, then add the frozen mirepoix mix of onion, carrots, and celery. Stir until the onions start to turn translucent, about 8 minutes.
- Remove meat from the Rotisserie chicken and shred.
- Add to vegetables then stir in both Cream of Chicken and Mushroom soups, let it cook and thicken. Once it starts to thicken add salt, pepper, and thyme.
- Stir in 1/4 cup half in half and splash of white wine, then stir the mixture and let it bubble up and thicken, about 3 minutes. If it seems overly thick, splash in a little more wine, water or broth. Turn off heat.
- Press one pie curst into a glass or tin pie pan. Be sure to press into edges on to the sides.
- Add filling. Place second place crust on top and slit for venting.
- Bake for 30 minutes at 375 degrees.
Another littler southern thing is always make a pretty pie. I have now been able to perfect the art of a beautiful lattice top pie, even though the homemade crust portion still eludes me, (huge eyeroll) We do store bought over here, simply as a time saver, and so I do not pull my hair out.
For a lattice top crust I take the second crust and cut into even strips. Then roll back every other other strip and place new piece across the top of others, at a 45 degrees angle. Flip the rolled up pieces over the new piece and roll up the alternate pieces creating a weave with remaining strips on top. Feel free to follow the lattice top tutorial available here, in my Apple Pie post. It makes a pretty crust that is impressive for your dinner guests plus it allows the pie to steam with out having to cutting vents holes.
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This made me hungry just reading it! I’ll definitely have to give it a go! I’ve never heard the term ‘stick to your ribs’ but I totally get what you mean! Great post 🙂
I am glad you liked it recipe and I just had to use that old timey term, it when you hear the words of your mother ring in your ears, LOL and you swear you will never talk like that, but some how you do, LOL
This looks so good! I can’t wait to try it!
I had to click on this. I made chicken pot pie this weekend. My husband is a huge fan. I’m saving your recipe for more ideas. Look delicious.
I love pies and your description of it is soo tempting. I must give this recipe a try! Thanks for posting it out!
Wow! This looks fantastic! My son loves chicken pot pie, but I’ve never made it. I am giving this one a go! I’ve not worked with those pie shells either, so I welcome your thoughts on it from a beginners vantage point.
Thanks again! Its cold here and will be for a few months!This recipe will ease that pain!
The pastry and the pie looks so tempting. Surely a must do on my recipe list so pinned it! Will post the pic when I make it!
Chicken pot pie is absolutely delicious! I would love to attempt to make this. I especially love it during the winter months!
Chicken pot pie is one of my favourite things to order at a restaurant! But, I’ve never attempted to make one myself. Your recipe looks so straight forward though, not much different than making a chicken stew. I think I could manage it – and if it tastes anywhere near as good as your pictures look, then it will be to die for!
Nicole, I promise it is really easy, even the lattice top crust was easy. I am trying to create super easy recipes, that are in the semi homemade realm of cooking, but taste like something your grandma would have working so hard to make all day.
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Hey there this looks so good and staple in the winter months I am sure.
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I have always wanted to make a lattice top pie of some kind, and this is perfect. Thanks!
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I added this to a new Pinterest list today. I have been organizing my recipes for the fall/winter months while the kids are at the pool. Not much else I can do but I wanted to stop by and see what your were up too.
I checked out a few other recipes while I was here this one looks so good.
This looks so good and I am making it for dinner tonight. I hope you all have a great week fro the 4th of July.
I saw this the other day when I was searching through your recipes and I thought I need to try that one out. So I am pinning for this fall it will be a perfect weeknight dinner.
I am starting this one away for the fall school year this one the kids will love! Perfect for a dinner during the week too, after I pick up all the kids from various activities.
I need to save this post to my Pinterest for this winter, I think I shall try to make a pot pie from scratch.
I figured I might check out a few more of your recipes while I was here this one looks great for the fall too. Love that lattice top you got some skills.
Pinning this one for a cozy winter dinner, I know it will come in handy, and that impressive lattice top crust will totally impress the in-laws. Girl you got me covered.
Great recipe I always love a good chicken pot pie it reminds me of my mom, and the pictures look amazing.
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Thanks for sharing this recipe! I’m gonna try it for Christmas dinner, it looks so delicious!
now you got me craving big time! I love the mushroom added as it gives it a different twist!
I must try this, it looks delicious! I like to try different healthy and delicious food for my children.
Wow this looks yummy! The picture of the Pie makes me more hungry. I have to try this for my kids. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
I am so impressed with your pattern skills for the pie top! I make an Apple pie like that but it is certainly not as neat as yours!
This is the perfect dish for winter. I love the shortcuts in the recipe – store bought pastry and chicken. Definitely cuts down on extra work for busy moms.
Chicken pot pie is one of my favorite meals! I’ve really wanted to start making meals that my family made for me growing up. Definitely saving this!
There is nothing better in the cold winter months than a homemade chicken pot pie.
Yum this would be a perfect week night dinner, nice a hearty perfect for winter.
Such a tasty dinner idea, for the colder winter months. It reminds me of mom.
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Now I love me some chicken pot pit I got to try this soon.
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Extremely helpful information for the homemaker, especially the last part on creating the lattice top crust:) I was looking for this particular information for a very long time.Thank you and best of luck.