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Impossible Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

Category: Bisquick Chicken Recipe, Bisquick Impossible Pie Recipes, Bisquick Pot Pie Recipes

Ingredients
1. Bisquick baking mix (3/4c)
2. cut up cooked chicken (2c)
3. peppers (1/4tsp)
4. salt (1/2tsp)
5. milk (1 1/3c)
6. eggs (4)
7. chopped onion (1/4c)
8. chopped mushrooms (1/4c)
9. frozen carrots and peas, thawed and drained (1 1/2c)

Method of preparation:-
1. First heat the oven to 400 degrees. Take a pie plate of 10 inches and grease it.

2. Take a bowl, mix cooked chicken, onion, mushrooms, carrots and peas in it. Place this mixture in pie plate.

3. Take a blender, beat the remaining ingredients in it on high speed for about 15 seconds. Then pour this mixture into the pie plate.

4. Place the pie plate in oven and bake it for about 30 35 minutes. Take out the pie plate from oven and check it by inserting the tooth pick in the center. If the tooth pick comes out clean then the pie is ready to serve. Keep it to cool for about 5 minutes before serving.

Number of servings – 6 to 8

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  1. I am looking for the orginal recipe of chicken pot pie that was on the back of the bisquick box for years. The ones now are just not the same. Can anyone enlighten my on this.

  2. I like crust on the bottom of my potpie also, what do I do?

  3. From the Box:

    Preheat oven to 400 degrees

    1 cup diced cooked chicken
    1 pound thawed frozen veggies
    1 can cream of celery soup
    1 cup Bisquick
    1/2 cup milk
    1 egg

    Mix first 3 ingredients in 10 inch pie pan – ungreased. Mix last 3 ingredients in separate bowl. Pour over mixture in pie pan. Cook for 30 minutes, uncovered.

    Serves 6

  4. My wife swears that when we were married, 45 yrs ago, she had a recipe for an (Bisquick) “impossible” beef pot pie that used canned beef stew . . . anyone remember anything like that?
    I’ve sifted thru a slew of “impossible” recipes but have not found anything close to what she “remembers”.

  5. Never mind . . . I found a recipe using Dinty Moore stew that even I CAN handle (with Bisquick); I’m sure she’ll agree.
    Thanx

  6. Thank you, Diane May, for the real recipe. That was the one I was looking for as well. It will be a good dinner on a cold day like today!

  7. I’m looking for the recipe that fit in a 9×13 pan not a pie plate I took that empty box with me where ever I went for years and now It is gone! The new recipes are not the same!

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