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Ingredients:

  • 2 cans - mixed vegetables, (29 ounce) with Potatoes
  • 1 cans - cream of chicken soup, (10.75 ounce)
  • 1 cans - cream of mushroom soup, (10.75 ounce)
  • 2 whole - large cooked chicken breasts, cut into cubes
  • 1 cans - refrigerated biscuit dough, (10 ounce)
  • Directions:

    Once you gather all of your ingredients you’re going to want to have a well greased Dutch oven. This allows you to cook over an open fire and not worry about ruining any of your nice pots and pans. Plus, Dutch ovens just work for camping. They’re wonderful, multi-purpose pans.

    Brief Description

    From Vermont Country Campers, if you’ve been on the hunt for a delicious recipe that the entire family will love while you’re adventuring in your new RV you can stop looking. This delicious recipe for campfire chicken pot pie is something that everyone will love. In fact, you might want to make extra so that everyone can have seconds!

    One of the best things about this recipes is that many of the ingredients can be made ahead of time, while other ingredients can be found at the grocery store. That way your preparation is minimal.

    Main Ingredient:

    Chicken

    Category:  Poultry

    Cuisine:  American

    Prep Time: 10 min
    Cook Time: 45 min

    Notes

    Preparing Your Campfire Chicken Pot Pie
    To prepare your chicken pot pie start by adding your vegetables, chicken soup, mushroom soup, and cubed chicken to the dutch oven. Make sure it has a flat lid, as later on you’ll need this feature.

    Place the dutch oven over hot campfire coals. In about 15 minutes the filling should be warmed, but not boiling. Once it’s thoroughly warmed arrange your biscuit dough over the mixture. Place the lid on top of the dutch oven. Now, this is where it gets fun. Place the dutch oven on top of hot coals, but save some hot coals to also place on top of the Dutch oven (see, that’s why you needed a flat lid!).

    Wait another 15-30 minutes and your biscuits should be totally cooked through. Once done, dish out and enjoy.

    Source

    Vermont County Campers

    Posted By:

    MykaelRay

    Posted On:

    September 27, 2018

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