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Deanna User ID: 9438584 285264
Reviewed Mar. 18, 2018

"This is the BEST chicken Potpie I have ever tasted. This is a keeper!!! Thank you for the recipe."

Iain User ID: 9114145 284824
Reviewed Mar. 9, 2018

"How do you print out this recipe. Don’t see an option. Thanks"

Gladena User ID: 9429396 284263
Reviewed Feb. 25, 2018

"I followed the recipe but left out the potatoes (dint want to over starch or whatever) and no chicken as i dont eat it. Added steak seasoning and onion salt. i used frozen veggies. I used pork shoulder that i made a few days earlier. IT WAS DELICIOUS! Now if i had known pot pies were this easy. I feel so silly buying them. My store bought pie crust wasn't any good so i had to improvise with pizza dough. YUMMM."

sportsmombball User ID: 2354234 283372
Reviewed Feb. 7, 2018

"This is such a versatile and great recipe. I double recipe and freeze extra in pans without crust. Put Crust In A Pan Add Filling And bake!"

Teri User ID: 9421621 283368
Reviewed Feb. 7, 2018

"I have been making this recipe for several years and it's a favorite for everyone I've fed it to. My kids in particular love it. To save prep time I use 16 oz frozen diced potatoes and 16 oz frozen mixed veggies. I also decreases the thyme to 1/2 tsp. I do end up making 3 pies using these amounts. Lately my kids have decided they don't like the crust as much so I only put crust on the top. It's definitely time consuming to make, but having 2 spare in the freezer makes it worth it. Plus I love it so much!! The reheat from frozen instructions are spot on. If you haven't tried this, you are missing out!"

rednibs44 User ID: 5119051 283134
Reviewed Feb. 3, 2018

"This is a GREAT recipe! I've made it many times and it has become a family favorite. It is pretty time consuming but it is SO worth it--the leftovers are delicious! This is what real "comfort food" tastes like!"

Liz User ID: 9419133 283073
Reviewed Feb. 2, 2018

"I've used this recipe several times. I love it! I use it for turkey pot pies too and adjust the herbs. It is an excellent way to use up roast turkey and freeze pies for later."

menkens User ID: 5877182 282686
Reviewed Jan. 26, 2018

"okay -- did not have everything and needed something quicker but used as a starting point! Made half the recipe and wanted to reduce time by dicing up 1 cup of small new potatoes from a can for starters.. added about a cup of fresh mushrooms diced up along with onions to saute in butter. Substituted 12 oz package of mixed veggies for all other veggies -- will use more next time. Used over-flowing 2 cups of rotisserie chicken along with "jell" from drippings in container. Mixed everything together along with 1/2 cup of sour cream and placed in 11x7 casserole dish and topped with Parmesan cheese and then small cut-outs from pie crust. Oh, used Thyme "leaves" and it was all wonderful! I will definitely be making this again -- and probably in the very near future!"

Jennifer User ID: 9410042 282326
Reviewed Jan. 19, 2018

"Made this for dinner tonight....loved it!!! Will definitely be making this again! Thanks for the recipe."

Grandmaj2u User ID: 189795 282309
Reviewed Jan. 18, 2018

"For those that had an overwhelming thyme taste use dried thyme LEAVES .....NOT ground thyme. Fresh thyme works best in my opinion..... especially if you can find lemon thyme. (It is easy to grow too. Best in 12x12 x12 inches deep pots and potting soil. Use started small plants rather than seeds. So easy and cheaper in the long run

I like to add the juice of one lemon in this as well. The only way to make this even better is to have some homemade stock on hand. I save and freeze all chicken bones in a bag in freezer. Tyeler Florance on food has a good recipe if needed. Or check this site."

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