Friday, January 22, 2010

Chicken Pot Pie

here is a great recipe for chicken pot pie...it takes simple and all ready at home ingredients and the preparation time from start to end is under an hour

pictured here are the ingredients that you will need...stove top stuffing, cream of chicken or mushroom soup, frozen vegetables, left over chicken or pork chops, or turkey, milk and pam spray for the casserole dish. before starting to make the casserole, microwave one cup of water and two tablespoons of margarine or butter in a microwave casserole dish, and then add the box of stuffing and cook on high for five minutes. as this is cooking, you will be preparing the following.
cut 3 cups of left over chicken into cubes. and put into a 3.2 l dish. add three cups of frozen vegetables and mix them together.
mix the can of cream soup with 1/2 cup of milk.
pour into the chicken and vegetables and mix them together

top the chicken and vegetable mixture with the stuffing you have prepared.
bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes.

enjoy!

5 comments:

Felisol said...

I like chicken courses. I also like when making dinner doesn't steal all my day. Opposite my Canadian and American friends I make dinner at home almost every day.
This "Stove top stuffing" in a bag is not available in Norway.
Thanks to Google I learned what it was and also found a recipe.
Can this be used to replace the stuffing in your recipe??
Easy stove top dressing recipe.
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Ingredients:

* 4 cups firm bread or toast, cut into small cubes
* 4 tablespoons dried minced onion
* 1/2 teaspoon salt
* 1/2 teaspoon poultry seasoning
* 2 teaspoons chicken bouillon powder or base
* 2 tablespoon dry parsley flakes
* 1 1/4 cups chicken broth
* 1/4 cup butter or margarine

Preparation:
Combine onion flakes, salt, poultry seasoning, bouillon powder and parsley flakes in a large saucepan. Add broth and butter then bring to a boil. Cover and boil for 5 minutes. Add bread cubes and let reduce heat to low. Let stand until thoroughly blended and heated. Fluff with a fork and serve."
Yours anaphabetic, Felisol

Terry said...

dear felisol..this sounds really good. you know i always make my own dressing for the turkey but there is never enough, everybody likes dressing. i think i will try this recipe that you have here!
i just bet that mrs. mac wouldn't use something from the box either..
this is just great that you did the googling felisol..all the work.!
felisol, bernie and i seldom eat out for dinner. i make him supper every night. you know why i don't like eating out? usually everything isn't piping hot and i don't like luke warm. in fact, i even heat the dinner plate before i dish up the food!..i am way too fussy ha! love terry
thanks!....love terry

hmmm..seems to me that the lord doesn't care for luke warm either,eh?

Felisol said...

Dear Terry,
The Lord sure doesn't care for luke warm people. He talks harshly about that.
I'm not that sure about the food..
My mother would agree even stronger with you.
Me, I don't warm the plates.
The other day I serve Gunnar salmon baked in the oven. 13 minutes the package said.
I let it stay for 20, and even then it was sushi in the middle.
That fish went straight in the wastebasket.
My patient hubby said nothing. He got a better meal later in the evening.
From felisol

Mrs. Mac said...

This is making my mouth water! I know it will be a hit with my kids. Thanks Felisol for finding the stuffing recipe as I don't usually buy boxed goods too often. My kitchen is the heart of my home and I spend a lot of time in it.

Cindy (Letters From Midlife) said...

Chicken pot pie is one of my favorite comfort foods. I don't make it often enough. Looking forward to trying this recipe.