Chicken and Vegetable Pie with Jus-Rol Pastry

Chicken Pot Pie with Jus-Rol
There’s nothing like a good Chicken and Vegetable Pie, also known as Chicken Pot Pie. Trouble is, most recipes take quite a long time to make. You have to prepare the chicken and vegetable filling, cool it, then make the pastry and roll it out, add the filling and finally bake the pie. It’s hardly the work of moments.

What if I told you that you could have a tasty Chicken and Vegetable Pie on the table in under an hour? With Jus-Rol pastry you can! Jus-Rol are the Pastry People. They’ve been making delicious ready to roll pastry and pastry sheets for over fifty years. They’ve got lots of delicious recipes on their website. This Chicken and Vegetable Pie is one of them.

Why do I choose Jus-Rol pastry? Jus-Rol is easy to use and it’s light and flaky just like homemade pastry. In fact, people generally can’t tell I haven’t made the pastry from scratch. Jus-Rol is easy to keep on hand in the fridge or freezer so that making a delicious sweet or savoury pie or tart doesn’t have to be planned days in advance. You can just grab the Jus-Rol and get started. Jus-Rol comes in lots of different varieties, from shortcrust and sweet shortcrust to puff pastry and filo. They even make new flavoured pastries and a lighter puff pastry variety. You can buy Jus-Rol from the chiller cabinet or frozen, in a block ready to roll out yourself or in convenient ready-rolled pastry sheets.

I love this Chicken and Vegetable Pie because it tastes amazing and is such a great way to use up leftovers. The recipe calls for cooked chicken breasts (turkey or ham could be easily substituted) and either leftover or frozen vegetables.

Chicken and Vegetable Pie

The creamy filling makes this pie pure comfort food, perfect for cold winter evenings.

Jus-Rol makes this Chicken and Vegetable Pie easy, quick and oh so delicious. In fact, I’ve made this recipe twice more since I tested it for this review. I know Jus-Rol’s Chicken and Vegetable Pie will be just as popular in your home as it is in mine!

Chicken and Vegetable Pie
Chicken and Vegetable Pie

2 Jus-Rol Shortcrust ready-rolled sheets, thawed if frozen
1 leek, trimmed and sliced
50 grams butter
500 grams cooked chicken, chopped
500 ml milk
Beaten egg to glaze
3 tablespoons plain flour
400 grams cooked mixed vegetables, such as carrots, peas and corn

Please visit the Jus-Rol website for full preparation instructions.

If you enjoyed this post, you may also like my Mediterranean Vegetable Tart.

Disclosure: I have not been paid for this post. I received supermarket vouchers to purchase the pastry to make this recipe but this has not affected my review. All the opinions contained in this post are my own.

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Article by April Harris

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April is a writer, recipe developer, frequent traveller and blogger sharing travel, food, and style. Based in the south of England, April is a British Canadian who is passionate about family, hearth and home, healthy living (with treats!) and the transformative power of travel.

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  1. I love using Jus Rol pastry! I am a huge fan of theirs and always have a variety of ready rolled and the blocks in my freezer… and yes, i am a pastry monster! I love your pie, it looks so delicious and the pastry I KNOW will be as crispy and buttery as it should be. YUMMY!

  2. btw, I just saw on their website they have a NEW rosemary flavoured pastry….. wooohoooo! Off to Sainsburys I go!

  3. Wow!! Your recipe looks delicious. I know this will be a supper in our home very soon.

  4. What a great shortcut! I’ve never tried Jus-Rol Pastry, good to know there’s a great premade option! Your filling looks amazing!!!

  5. Nothing better than a chicken pot pie. Your crust looks perfect!

  6. I so agree–pot pie takes so long to make. Love these shortened steps and the use of leftovers. That filling looks very hearty and creamy. Thank you for sharing, April. Your pie is one of the top-five links of the week!

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