Chicken Pie Revisited and Revamped

Back when I first started my Blog I posted about Trisha Yearwood’s Chicken Pie. Like I said, when I made it the first time it was more like soup.
All I did this time was added 12 oz of frozen mixed veggies and some more salt and pepper and it was MUCH better! The sauce was still a tiny bit too thin. I am going to try it one more time..I will make some roue’ to add the the sauce to thicken it up and add some sherry to give it some more richness! The hubby said it was much better this time. Much more hearty with the vegetables.
I am sure he will add his two cents next time..ya know because he is a professional chef and all!!!HA!

Comments

  1. 1

    oh this is so sumptous Leslie!! Its been a long time i havent had one..at least virtually i can taste one..yummy..your hubby reminds me of my hubby, always have something to say about what i did..sometimes a real pain in the –s :-)have a great day dear!!

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    Clumbsy Cookie says:

    Maybe next time your chef husband can make the chicken pie and you can comment on it! Lol!

  3. 3

    Some yummy looking photos there! I’ve found that making a nice white sauce to start gives me the best creamy chicken pot pie filling.

  4. 4

    Too funny! I’m making Chicken Pot Pie tonight for dinner since I don’t feel like making anything complicated. I’m using a cornbread crust which is a first. Yours looks delicious!

  5. 5

    I didn’t know which to comment on first the pie or the breakfast. The crust on this pie is so good looking.
    And your hubby doesn’t grill? Ok that’s weird for sure. My does, but that’s it, he’s not allowed to bake in the kitchen because he is horrible at it.

  6. 6

    how yummy~!

  7. 7

    Your photos are making me hungry! This looks delicious and reminded me how long it has been since I have had one. Too long! I am sure the next one will meet the hubby’s standards as well ;)

  8. 8

    oh, that crust looks so good. I love pot pies but haven’t tried them myself. Unfortunately, I only get the frozen variety. Ugg, which seem to taste worse than when I was a kid.

    The first picture made me giggle; looks like a chicken finger trying to wiggle out of the pan :)

  9. 9

    Just make the hubby clean up and do the dishes:)
    This looks delicious.

  10. 10

    I’m drooling over here Leslie and there’s only one last chance left for me to get through this agonizing pain: a BIG helping of your chicken pie!!!!

  11. 11

    Yum! I am going to post mine too. We need to come up with a way to make it more WW friendly, because mine I could eat in one sitting. Yours looks very tasty!

  12. 12

    Sounds perfect Leslie! I am a huge pot pie fan and love to make all styles of it. Yours really looks perfect. Don’t mind your husband, mine does the same thing, especially now that I am blogging. I learn to tune it out when I need to!

  13. 13

    Looks yummy!! And I will have to try the banana bread french toast! I always make banana bread…sounds like a fun twist:)

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    noble pig says:

    Good for re-trying and revamping I always think that makes such a difference. I applaud your tenacity.

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    hayleynichols88 says:

    Mmmm that looks delish! I can’t believe your vegetables look so good, and they’re frozen??!

    Being a brit we always use pastry but I think I’ll have to try your crust, it looks great : )

  16. 16

    I love chicken pot pie! It looks so yummy!

  17. 17

    That chicken pot pie looks really good.

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    hot garlic says:

    Hi Leslie! I keep seeing your cute picture on your comments on other blogs so I couldn’t help but finally come over and check you out.

    I am so glad I did! Everything looks so wonderful and tasty! I will definitely be back for more.

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    Cathy - wheresmydamnanswer says:

    That really looks great – What a wonderful dish when it cools down and you want to be cozy and enjoy killer comfort food!!