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Chicken Pillows

If you live in Utah, like myself, then you most likely have heard of these delicious things. They’re known as ‘Chicken Pockets’, ‘Chicken Rolls’ and ‘Chicken Pillows’. Call them whatever you like, just know that they are good! If you’re not familiar with these, they are a crescent dough crust filled with chicken and cream cheese. Then they’re dipped in... Read More »

Chicken and bacon lattice pie

This pie would make a wonderful centrepiece for a family meal. My granddaughters Abby and Grace helped me to make it for the TV programme. For this recipe you will need a 1.75 litre/3 pint shallow, wide-based ovenproof dish, about 25cm/10in in diameter.

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Chicken Pillows

Chicken pillows are delicious crescent rolls, stuffed with creamy chicken, rolled in a crunch cheesy topping and topped with chicken gravy! Comfort food!

Chicken and leek pie

Nigel Slater's Chicken and leek pie. Cooking with 1.5kg bone in skin on thighs. Made 2 pot pies and one baking sheet parcel. All made with filo pastry tops.

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These Chicken Pillows are a favorite at our house! Flavor-packed chicken and flake crescent dough. Yum!

Chicken Pillows with Creamy Parmesan Sauce

These Chicken Pillows are a favorite at our house! Flavor-packed chicken and flake crescent dough. Yum!

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Creamy chicken, ham and leek pie

Unleash this crowning glory upon your guests – a delicious chicken and ham pie, bubbling with homemade goodness. Equipment and preparation: You’ll need a 23cm/9in round pie dish.

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Chicken Pillows

Chicken Pillows - My Sister-in-law made these for me after I had my baby and I am HoOkEd!!! =) Sooo Yummy and Sooo Easy!!!

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Lighter chicken, bacon and leek pies

This chicken pie is easy to make and still feels like a proper pie - even though it's lower in calories. Serve with steamed veg, it's so filling you don't need anything else. For this recipe you will need two individual pie dishes (about 400ml/14fl oz). Each serving provides 344kcal, 41g protein, 12g carbohydrate (of which 8g sugars), 14g fat (of which 6g saturates), 3g fibre and 1.5g salt.

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