There are a number of delicious recipes using chicken and Bisquick mix; chicken pot pie happens to be one of them. If you’re looking for way to take the fuss out of this classic dish, making a Bisquick pot pie is a good solution; you won’t need any pie crust since the dish is topped with biscuit mix.
Whether this is your first time making a Bisquick pot pie or you’re looking for a few expert tips to help perfect the dish, we’ve got some ideas for you.
• Don’t over mix the biscuit mix. It may sound basic but as soon as the Bisquick, milk, and egg are fully incorporated, stop mixing; over-mixing can make the biscuit crust tough
• Make sure you use a glad pie pan. Dark-colored non-stick or coated pie pans can cause the ingredients on the bottom of your Bisquick pot pie to brown too quickly.
• If you’re using frozen vegetables in your Bisquick pot pie, make sure they’re fully thawed before using them. If they’re not, they can add too much moisture to the pot pie and the biscuit topping can get soggy.
Kristie Collado is The Daily Meal's Cook Editor. Follow her on Twitter @KColladoCook.