How about a pot pie?
Just get all the meat off the bones–careful not to include any fat or gristle.
Combine it in a bowl with your favorite cooked vegetables–peas and carrots are good!
Now for the super handy shortcuts that will have dinner on the table in no time. Add a jar of prepared gravy and place in an oven-proof dish. Top with refrigerated biscuits (the kind in a tube, like Pillsbury0 and bake the whole thing in a 350 degree oven until it’s heated throughout and the biscuits are golden brown. (They’ll be a little moist, like a dumpling, on the bottom.)
It’s that easy!
9 thoughts on “That Leftover Chicken”
my son’s girlfriend loves chicken pot pie and I’ve never had any idea how to make it so THANK YOU.
Why not make your own gravy? Gravy is pretty rasy…otherwise thr biscuit idea is pretty sweet.
True! This way sacrifices a little taste to shave a few minutes off = )
we will have to try it-
Sounds delish. Keep them coming.
I always need help with cooking. Thanks for the suggestions.
Hi Eve, it’s Caitlin’s best friend :)) – I like your blog! Since I moved into my own apartment I’ve been doing a lot of cooking and I actually really like this Chicken Pot Pie idea, thanks!
Hi Eve, I used to work with your mom. I hope you’ll be writing about desserts as well!
Hi Eve, all of your recipes sound delicious. I can’t to try them. Thank you for teaching your cousin how to cook. Renee