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Creamy Chicken Pie

Well this is like a big sausage roll filled with creamy chicken with fresh herbs..what is there not to like? Apart from the fact that it involves making bechamel sauce for the creamy filling it is quite straight forward. The chicken is cooked by boiling it in chicken stock for flavour and also to keep it moist. Then chopped up into pieces and combined with a creamy sauce and fresh herbs.

Wrap all of that up in puff pastry, bake and you have a great side or snack. You can also make this as a traditional “pie” shape in a circular tin but we like the strip as it is easy to cut into nice strips. And if you want a short-cut alternative to the slightly tedious bechamel sauce, try getting a tin of Campbells condensed cream of mushroom soup. This stuff makes amazing creamy sauces and all you have to do is add it to the chicken instead of the white sauce and mix.

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Creamy chicken pie
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Delicious creamy chicken in a white bechamel sauce in a light puff pastry pocket
Recipe type: Appetiser
Serves: 2
  • 1 Pack ready made puff pastry
  • 2 Chicken Breasts
  • 1 Medium onion
  • 1 Cube chicken stock
  • 2 Bay leafs
  • 3 Cardamon pods
  • 5 Whole Black pepper corns
  • 50 Grams Butter
  • 3 Tbsp Plain flour
  • 1 Pint Milk
  • 1 Tbsp Fresh dill Finely chopped
  • 1 Tbsp Fresh pasley Finely chopped
  • Pinch of nutmeg
  • 1 Egg
  • Salt and pepper To season
  1. To cook the chicken, start by filling a medium sized stock pot with boiling water, add the onion, bay leafs, cardamon pods, pepper corns, and chicken stock, then add the chicken breast and cook for 20 mins or until the chicken has cooked fully.
  2. When the chicken has cooked, drain from the broth and set a side.
  3. To make the creamy béchamel sauce, first heat the milk ready for use. Melt the butter over a medium heat, once the butter has melted add the flour and mix well, then allow the mixture to cook a little for a few minutes.
  4. Add the milk a little at a time stirring continuously. Allow all the milk to be absorbed into a smooth mixture before adding some more. By not adding all the milk at once you avoid getting lumps later.
  5. keep adding until you have a smooth creamy texture. Season with salt and pepper to taste and a small pinch of nutmeg, then remove from the heat.
  6. Dice the chicken breast , add to the béchamel sauce, add the finely chopped dill and parsley and mix well.
  7. To construct the pie, roll out the pastry and cut into two equal sized rectangles of pastry which will form the base and top of the pie. Place the first rectangle of pastry on a well greased baking tray.
  8. Place the pie filling on the pastry base leaving a 3cm boarder of pastry all the way round.
  9. Brush some beaten egg on the pastry boarder then take the second rectangle of pastry and lay onto of the pie filling aligning with the pastry base. Then using a fork press down along the edges of the pie. Put a few slits in the top of the pastry.
  10. Bake at 180 degrees C for 20-30 mins or until golden brown, allow to stand for 5 mins before cutting and serving.
If you dont fancy making bechamel, try using a can of Campbells cream of mushroom soup (or chicken but the mushroom one is great)

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  1. Mike Naughton

    Nicely done

  2. hi
    ,IT’s a nice post.thanks for sharing.

  3. tisha

    like it

  4. Sabrina

    Hi, I made this once and I’m making it again now! It’s super delicious! So creamy and full of flavor :)

    • The Mongolian Chef

      Glad you enjoyed it

  5. Cathy

    Will try it. Sounds great. Not good at using pastry. Goes soggy on bottom. Guess filling isn’t cold enough. Is that right. How do you make a crisp pastry not soggy? Love pastry when someone else cooks it.

    • The Mongolian Chef

      Hi Cathy, make sure your pastry and filling are both cold when you assemble the pie and use a hot oven. This pie is really easy and always comes out well because the filling isn’t runny so you will always have a lovely crispy pastry. Try it and let us know.

    • Amy

      I usually lay out (or a fill the dish) with the bottom piece then put it in the freezer. This way the hot filling has less time to melt the butter in the pastry. Works for me anyway :)

  6. Amy

    Such an amazing recipe!! I added some mushrooms and bacon, it’s probably the best pie I’ve ever made. The chicken stayed nice and moist and the sauce was really creamy. Will definitely make this one again!

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