Y’all know I love to cook—and my husband loves my cooking… but he often mentions that I should use more spices. I have to say that this girl doesn’t like too much of anything!!! Gravy, ketchup, sweets, and even spices. However I do use them a lot and have quite the collection of spices (I’m a crazy secret Penzey addict). So it’s not for a lack of!
But I decided to put a twist to my traditional chicken pot pie this evening and BOY H-O-W-D-Y!
You’re just gonna have to try it for yourself because words can’t describe and it’s ridiculously delicious.
It screams and tastes amazing!
What the prep looks like…
Herb-ed Chicken Pot Pie
- 1 ½ c. cooked and diced chicken breast
- 1 c. frozen mixed veges
- 2 T. butter
- ¼ c. chopped onion
- 1 T. fresh minced garlic
- 3 T. cornstarch
- 1 t. salt
- ½ t. pepper
- 1 t. (Penzey) Mural of Flavor spice
- ½ – ¾ c. chicken stock
- ¼ c. shredded cheese
- 10 ct canned refrigerated biscuits
- 1 T. melted butter
- 1 T. (Penzey) Mural of Flavor spice
In a large pot, melt your 2 T. of butter on medium heat then add the onion and garlic.
Cook til clear and tender. In a separate dish combine the cornstarch with the seasonings and mix well.
Quickly add these dry ingredients to the hot pan and mix rapidly, stirring well.
Still stirring, add the chicken stock until you have a thick gravy consistency, with no lumps.
After simmering for 2 minutes, add the diced chicken and frozen veges.
Mix well and continue to stir and cook for another 3-5 minutes on low heat.
Pour mixture into a square baking pan & sprinkle with cheese.
Top with the biscuits and bake for 25 minutes in 350°.
Remove from oven to top with melted butter and sprinkle with the remaining spice.
Return to bake for another 10 minutes.
Allow to sit for 10 minutes before serving.
A robust- flavor-filled, yummy herb chicken pot pie that’s perfect for this wintry weather!!!
(Thanks honey for your constant suggestion to spice it up!) This time it paid off.
Now back to decorating for Christmas! If anyone wants to know what to get me for Christmas (cause I’ve been good this past
year month week)…Penzey spices are always a good bet~