RECIPE | Easy Chicken Pie
Hands down the easiest chicken pie recipe you will ever find, and the whole family loves. Even my babies wolf it down!
Chicken breasts (I usually use 3 to feed our family of two adults, a toddler and two babies)
Cup of frozen peas
One tin of Campbell’s condensed chicken soup
One roll of puff pastry
Steam the chicken in a tinfoil parcel for 25-30mins, until its cooked through.
Shred the chicken using a knife and fork then add to a bowl with the juices from the chicken, peas, soup and a little black pepper. Mix.
Put the mixture into a dish and lay the pastry on top. Cut a few holes into the pastry and I like to brush a little egg or milk onto the pastry.
In the oven around 190c for 25-30mins until the pastry is golden.
I usually pop a few veggies in the steamer to cook at the same time, and viola, winner winner chicken dinner.
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