This KFC chicken pot pie is finger-lickin’ good indeed with its crunchy crust yet tender and creamy filling. Bring the KFC goodness to your own home and start serving the best chicken pot pie to your family and friends.
Read on and discover how easy it is to make mini chicken pot pies with this copycat recipe. For more finger-lickin’ good dishes that you can bring home from the KFC menu, our KFC copycat recipes are just waiting for you.
What Is In Our KFC Chicken Pot Pie?
You might be wondering what goes in one of the most famous and well-loved KFC sides. We’re carefully cooking our mini pot pies to get that crusty and golden brown pastry exterior while keeping it moist and creamy on the inside. It’s filled with creamy stuffing made up of hand-deboned chicken and fresh vegetables with milk.
To make it easy, we’ll be using store-bought sheets of puff pastry dough for this KFC chicken pot pie recipe. It gives our crust a sweet and buttery taste along with those crusty edges. The creamy filling of our KFC pot pie has a sweet and savory sauce made of very simple ingredients. We’re also adding in deboned and shredded rotisserie chicken and various veggies like potatoes, carrots, and peas.
Tips for Making KFC Chicken Pot Pie
Not only does this recipe require minimal ingredients but also minimal effort. This chicken pot pie with puff pastry is already pretty easy to make but we still have a couple of tips for you in making it:
- Do not overfill your mini pies. We suggest leaving a bit of space for your pie to bubble up while baking.
- Cut the veggies in your pie filling to the same size. This is to ensure that they cook evenly.
- For an additional cheesy flavor, add some shredded cheddar cheese or any cheese of your choice to your pot pies 5 minutes before the end of its baking time.
- You can also bake your mini chicken pot pies in ramekins instead of foil tins if you prefer. Although note that if you do this, you should bake your pot pies for 20 minutes.
How To Make KFC Chicken Pot Pie (Copycat)
Recreate the famous KFC chicken pot pie with this easy recipe that takes less than an hour. Savor on its buttery pie crust and hearty and moist chicken and vegetable fillings.
Preheat the oven at 400 degrees F.
Boil the potatoes and carrots until they’re tender.
Drain the liquid and add the peas. Set this aside.
Combine the soup, milk, and sugar in a pot and bring it to a simmer.
Add in the chicken, potatoes, carrots, and peas and let it simmer until warm while stirring frequently.
Line 6 pieces of 5 to 6 inch-foil tins with the first sheet of puff pastry dough and scoop the mixture into the shells.
Moisten the edges of the pastry dough, top the tins with more dough using the second sheet, and press the edges to the rim to seal together. Bake for 18 minutes.
Serve immediately and enjoy!
- Sugar: 11g
- Calcium: 152mg
- Calories: 968kcal
- Carbohydrates: 86g
- Cholesterol: 115mg
- Fat: 50g
- Fiber: 7g
- Iron: 5mg
- Potassium: 1186mg
- Protein: 45g
- Saturated Fat: 14g
- Sodium: 1563mg
- Vitamin A: 4226IU
- Vitamin C: 31mg
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make chicken pot pie ahead of my cooking time?
Of course! Take note that you have to cover your uncooked assembled pot pies with foil before putting them inside your fridge. You may store it for up to 3 to 5 days. Once you’re ready to serve them, go ahead and bake them according to our recipe instructions and be ready to serve delicious pot pies in no time.
Does chicken pot pie freeze well?
If you’re planning on freezing chicken pot pies, we suggest assembling them in metal or foil pans and freezing them uncooked. Make your pie filling, pour it over the mini foil pans and wrap it tightly with aluminum foil or cling wrap. This will make it last for 4 to 6 months. When ready to serve, let your pot pies thaw in the fridge for a day. Once thawed, do the pastry topping and bake according to recipe instructions.
ConclusionYou don’t need to go out to experience the light and salty flavors of this comfort food. Serve our KFC chicken pot pie with your favorite roasted veggies for a perfect hearty meal.
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