Add this easy Chicken Pot Pie Casserole to your quick weeknight dinner idea list. Pot Pies make for a comforting meal during the fall and winter months. Since this recipe uses store bought crescent rolls for the crust, it comes together quite easily. You can grill a few chicken breasts or use a store bought rotisserie chicken too!
When fall arrives, we begin having more at home family dinners. The entire family is ready to spend more time at home being warm and cozy. Our family likes to enjoy comfort foods.
Chicken pot pie casserole would be a perfect menu for any time. Dinner, lunch, or even breakfast will do great with this food. Other than that, pot pies are kind of a comforting menu during winter and fall months or cooler weather.
The thing that makes the steps quite easier is the crescent rolls for the crust that can be purchased at the grocery store. We highly recommend you to use lean boneless chicken breasts or you can purchase rotisserie chicken as well.
What is Casserole?
Some people might be wondering what a casserole dish is, especially if they are not coming from western countries. Casserole, on the other hand, is less popular in Asia countries but it is still a great food to eat during cooler weathers.
One pound of lean chicken breast
12 oz of frozen carrots and peas
2 cups of frozen diced potatoes
2 cans of chicken condensed cream soup
One cup of water
2 cans of refrigerated crescent rolls
½ teaspoon of poultry seasoning
Salt and pepper for taste
The chicken breast needs to be grilled until it cooked and cool it down.
Grilled diced onions until it looks transparent and put aside.
Cut the cooked chicken into ½ inch of cubes.
Preheat your oven to 350 before starting the baking process. Grease a baking dish that fits your oven or we recommend an 11×13 inches baking dish.
Unroll one can of crescent rolls and pinch holes to seal them into a sheet
Press it into up and bottom sides of the disk you have prepared. If it does not go all the way up, you should let it go considering this is a common thing.
Once the whole thing is done, you can bake it for 20 minutes or until the crust appears light brown. After that, let it cool down for a while.
Put a large skillet and combine diced onions, chicken cubes, peas, carrots, potatoes, and water.
Stir them all with medium heat until it turns warm. It commonly takes around 10 minutes or less.
Add poultry seasoning and soup then stir it for the next 5 minutes or so. If the sauce appears too thick, you can add the water intake slowly until the consistency fits your expectation.
Put the mixture right over the baked crust and make sure you spread it evenly.
Unroll another can of crescent rolls and pinch holes to seal them into a sheet.
Put it over the chicken mixture and press it into the dish sides. Bake the whole thing for 25 minutes or until the top part turns golden brown.