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    Chicken Pot Pie

    2.5 hrs to make • Serves 6


    1 2- to 3-pound chicken fryer


    3 Carrots, medium
    3 Celery stalks
    1/2 cup Peas, frozen
    2 sprigs Thyme, fresh
    1 sprig Thyme, fresh leaves
    1 Yellow onion, large


    1 Egg

    Canned Goods

    1 Chicken bouillon cube
    2 cups Chicken broth or stock, low-sodium

    Baking & Spices

    1 Black pepper
    3 1/4 cup Flour
    1 tsp Kosher salt
    1 tsp Salt

    Oils & Vinegars

    1 tbsp Distilled white vinegar

    Bread & Baked Goods

    1/2 Recipe thyme pastry


    28 tbsp Butter
    1 cup Heavy cream

    Beer, Wine & Liquor

    1/4 cup White wine


    5 tbsp Water
    • Angela Buzzetta

      Chicken Pot Pie Recipe : Ree Drummond : Food Network - My favorite pot pie recipe!! I don't use white wine in the pie. I used this recipe for the pie crust. However, I didn't include thyme because it didn't call for it in the cookbook. It is a bit time consuming to make your own pie crust, but it is so good! Give it a try!

    • heather brown

      Chicken Pot Pie recipe from Ree Drummond via Food Network (freezer meal - use disposable cake pans)

    • Kelly Joslyn

      Pioneer Woman's Chicken Pot Pie Recipe : Ree Drummond : Food Network -

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