Welcome to the south- we monogram everything down here! This is a tried and true family recipe my Grandma Glaze taught me once upon a time in Alabama. I added the monogram a few years ago when I was playing around with the left over dough and the family tradition began!
This mouth watering home cooked meal has only 4 ingredients and is a go-to recipe for our hectic family. It is perfect for any night of the week and the leftovers- if there are any- are delicious the next day too. If you ever need to cook a meal for a new neighbor, a sick friend, a grieving family or help out new parents- this meal will knock it out of the park.
Ingredients: Don’t skimp! Get the name brand, you can tell a difference in this recipe!(TIP- I usually grill 10-12 chicken breasts every Sunday for quick meals like this)
- cooked chicken diced (2 chicken breast will do, but my boys like lots of chicken)
- 2 cans cream of chicken soup
- 2 pie crusts
- 3 cups frozen veggies
- optional- pats of butter
Bottom pie crust- line the bottom of your pie pan with 1 pie crust. I use a Pampered Chef stoneware pie pan. Cut slits in the crust and bake according to package directions. While this bakes, mix together the rest of the ingredients (chicken, soup, veggies) in a large bowl. Once the bottom pie crust is cooked, add the chicken veggie mixture and smooth it flat. Optional: You can add the pats of butter before you add the top crust. Top with the remaining pie crust. Trim off the excess pie crust and cut slits in the crust for the steam/ heat to escape. Use the excess pie crust to make your initial or make other decorations like leaves, hearts or stars. My pies usually bake another 30-40 minutes until golden brown.
Let sit for 10 minutes. Slice and get ready to enjoy some down home cookin’.