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Has anyone bought these pot pie "makers"?

Temp-tations Set of 6 Chicken and Beef Pot Pie Packets

I can't find much info. on the page.  I only caught the end of the presentation.  Do the mixes have enough dried veggies in them and you just cook and add the meat?  How many servings does one packet make?  I'd appreciate any info you can provide.  TIA!

 

 

 

 

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Re: Has anyone bought these pot pie "makers"?

I have not. 

 

If one has to cook the chicken, save the broth,  just add fresh or frozen vegetables with a can of cream of chicken soup,  and a top frozen crust from Pet Ritz, or mix up a bowl of biscuit dough and pat it out to cover.  Bake at 350 until golden.

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I have not purchased these mixes, but this recipe was posted in the Recipe forum and I have made it with both turkey and chicken.  It is really a good recipe!

 

https://community.qvc.com/t5/Recipes/Turkey-Pot-Pie/m-p/6627221#M143421

 

 

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Re: Has anyone bought these pot pie "makers"?

Thank you, ladies.  I have a recipe for chicken pot pie.  I'm just wondering if these mixes are any good.  Anyone?

 

 

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@ECBG wrote:

I have not. 

 

If one has to cook the chicken, save the broth,  just add fresh or frozen vegetables with a can of cream of chicken soup,  and a top frozen crust from Pet Ritz, or mix up a bowl of biscuit dough and pat it out to cover.  Bake at 350 until golden.


@ECBG And a little splash of dry sherry!  

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@ECBG wrote:

I have not. 

 

If one has to cook the chicken, save the broth,  just add fresh or frozen vegetables with a can of cream of chicken soup,  and a top frozen crust from Pet Ritz, or mix up a bowl of biscuit dough and pat it out to cover.  Bake at 350 until golden.


That's the way I do it with leftover chicken or turkey!