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    • Chicken Pot Pie

      Chicken Pot Pie

      1/3 C. Chopped Onion
      1/3 C. Flour
      1/3 C. Margarine
      1 bag peas/carrots blend or a big can of Veggie Blend (drained)
      1¾ C. Chix Broth
      2/3 C. Milk
      1 c. cut up cooked chix (or any leftover meat)
      Pie crust


      Melt butter, add onions- sauté for a minute, add flour, mix till pasty, add broth and milk. Stir constantly until creamy and thick ( cooking over medium heat), Add veggies & chicken. Dump into a pie crust.


      Freeze now for later or Bake 40-50 minutes at 350º.
      Comments 7 Comments
      1. cookingchic21's Avatar
        Do you put a crust on this pot pie?
      1. FreebieQueen's Avatar
        The exact step by step recipe is located here on our sister-site:

        GroceryBudget101.com- - Chicken Pot Pie | Dirt Cheap Recipes
      1. Ivonna's Avatar
        My husband loves these . I will be make some this week. Thank for the recipe,it feels great to make my own healthly recipes for my family.
      1. lucygoose's Avatar
        I always added some leftover country style hash brown potatoes-the chunky kind. it really stretched my recipe-a necessity with three teenage boys in the house.
      1. Chipmunk's Avatar
        This sounds yummy, can't wait to try it. I think I'll add potatoes like lucygoose to stretch even farther because I too have 3 teenage boys.
      1. fsqueen's Avatar
        Do you not have a top crust?
      1. Mommaof8's Avatar
        This looks so easy. I think I'll have to try it really soon. Though, because I have a very large family I want to add some potatoes or rice and double the recipe.

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