Chicken Pot Pie - Pâtés au poulet

Pâtés au poulet

I love this time of the year when I start cooking for the freezer. Chicken Pot Pies are perfect for that. They freeze well & when you feel to it them you just need to reheat them. You can either use leftover chicken or turkey to make these pot pies. Last week we called my mom for her secret recipe of fudge and this week we called my mother-in-law. So we are featuring her recipe of chicken pot pies. They are easy to make and in no time we had eight small servings ready to freeze.


J'aime bien ce temps de l'année. Je commence à faire de la bouffe pour le congélateur. Je trouve que les pâtés au poulet se congèlent très bien. Lorsque vous avez envie de les manger, vous avez juste à les faire réchauffer. Vous pouvez utiliser du poulet ou de la dinde pour faire ces pâtés au poulet. La semaine passée j'ai appelé ma mère pour sa recette secrète du sucre à la crème et cette semaine nous avons appeler ma belle-mère. Nous aimons bien sa recette qu'elle fait depuis de nombreuses années. Ils sont si faciles à faire et si bons. En un rien de temps nous avions huits pâtés au poulet en format individuels prêts pour le congélateur.

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  1. These look great, I usually make chicken pot pie from cooking light with a phyllo topping.

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  2. Very well done Helene! I love the crimped edge :) We have our own version of chicken pie here, called chicken pastel... It has chunks of frankfurters in it :)

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  3. Your Pot Pies look scrumptious! A wonderful dish that I'll soon have to try!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  4. what a beautifully done poulet! mmmm

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  5. Chicken pot pies are one of my favourite comfort foods..I don't usually even have to make them. There is a bakery that makes some delicious homemade ones that come frozen to cook later.....makes an easy supper but of course I sometimes make my own. Yours look perfect Helene:D

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  6. I love recipes that freeze well too. Perfect for the fall. Or at least fall as I knew it on the East Coast. Your pies look delicious!

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  7. I couldn't agree more with the ease of the chicken pot pies and reheating. I think my mom even allowed me to do it when I was little :) Mmmm turkey at it's leftover best...

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  8. i tend to prefer sweet pies, but your filling looks completely irresistible! heck, why not have pie for both supper and dessert? :)

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  9. I was just thinking I should work on a gluten-free chicken pot pie. Now you have inspired me to stop thinking and start doing!

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  10. I feel good after an hectic day, knowing that I have prepared meals in the freezer. I love the veggies in your pot pies..

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  11. I've always been intriqued by how the crust sits on top of the pie. Your crust looks wonderful!

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  12. Beautiful pot pies! How nice to be able to pull that out of the freeze at the end of a busy day!

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  13. Smart woman! Make tons and freeze. Oh do those come in handy later in winter when it's frigid outside.

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  14. Never made one of these yummies, & it's wonderful that you are featuring old classics from your family. Swell idea to make some for the freezer...I love it when you know that there's food ready & dinner is a breeze! Wonderful Helen!

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  15. Ohhhhh!
    Ça c'est vraiment bon des pâtés maison.
    :)

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  16. Chicken pot pies are one of my favorites and those look great!

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  17. That looks great... it's always nice to have some secret family recipes to appeal to...

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  18. I love chicken pot pie, but I'm not sure why I'd never thought to freeze it for later. That would be very convenient. I'll have to get on that!

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  19. This is my kind of comfort food! You did a beautiful crimping job and the ingredients...delicious!

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  21. What a gorgeous fold you used for the edge around on your top crust!

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  22. I just love pot pie, such a nice comforting and delicious meal. Your crust looks great.

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  23. Those chicken pot pies look so comforting and good!

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  24. Wow, that is a great idea. If I only had bigger freezer... mine is sooo small can hardly take frozen herbs I have ;)

    Enjoy your weekend Helene, Margot

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  25. who doesn't love pot pies! i can't remember the last time i had one.

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  26. The pies look delicious and I would gladly devour one with a slice of you no-knead bread :D

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  27. Nothing like a good chicken pot pie on a cold fall day. I like your version and your crust is just stellar.

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  28. Beautiful job! this is the perfect dish for this time of year! Thanks for the recipe and we'll use it with out left over turkey!

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  29. I love chicken pot pie! So good and such great comfort food. Looks awesome!

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  31. I haven't made chicken pot pie in way too long! Your pot pie is so pretty, too, I'm thinking it would be a good dish for the days when guests arrive or you want to bring a nice dish to a shut in.

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