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Pennsylvania Dutch Chicken Pot Pie

Serves: 6
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Amish Chicken Pot Pie is a staple in the Pennsylvania Dutch community.  Brothy and full of flavor, the homemade noodles add texture and body to this stew.  Once you try it, you’ll never want gravy-style crusted pot pie again!



  • 1 Cup & 1 T All-purpose flour, plus more for rolling
  • 1 Egg
  • ¼ Cup Whole Milk
  • 1 T Unsalted butter, melted
  • Pinch of salt

Pot Pie



  1. Blend egg with milk and melted butter.
  2. Add liquids to flour and salt.
  3. Mix until combined being careful not to overmix.
  4. Using extra flour, generously sprinkle dough on both sides to avoid sticking. Roll noodle dough to about 1/8” thickness. Cut into pieces/squares approximately sized 2” by 2”. No need to be perfect.
  5. Lay pieces onto flour dusted wax or parchment paper. Cover and set aside until needed.
  6. NOTE: Feel free to double the noodle recipe if you prefer extra. In the event you do, increase quantity of broth to 10 cups.

Pot Pie

  1. In a large stock pot add chicken broth, chicken and a pinch of turmeric.
  2. Bring to a slow simmer. Cover and cook for approximately 30-40 minutes until chicken is thoroughly cooked to an internal of 170°F as measured by a meat thermometer. Remove chicken from broth and allow to cool. Once cooled, remove skin and pull meat from the bone into large pieces.
  3. To the stock pot add potatoes, carrots, celery and onion. Cook for 10 minutes uncovered at a low simmer.
  4. Bring to a boil and slowly add noodles piece by piece. NOTE: A rapid boil is key when adding noodles, otherwise they tend to stick to one another. Once all noodles have been added, reduce heat to a low simmer. Cover and cook for approximately 20 minutes until vegetables & noodles are tender.
  5. Uncover, add chicken and continue to cook on a low simmer for another 20 minutes. NOTE: This recipe gets better with time
  6. Season with salt & pepper, to taste. Add parsley as garnish.


  1. says:

    I’m living overseas and I was longing for a taste of Pennsylvania. This tastes just like my mom’s pot pie. Thanks for helping me feel at home!

    1. says:

      Andrea, born in Lancaster PA. 2nd yr in FL as snow birds. First thing I did last yr when we arrived was make pot pie. Didn’t have a rolling pin. Smart husband suggested a wine bottle. Worked great. Am making it today for another FL tradition.

      1. says:

        Great idea. Thank you. I’m from Harrisburg pa. Been here since 16. I’m so hungry for the pa Dutch food. Just a note there is a store called the amish country store in largo Florida. It’s not bad. Check it out if you’re missing home.

        1. says:

          I’m from Harrisburg too but never left. Been making my own dough all my life. Just now beginning to think must find a noodle that holds up to mine so I don’t have to roll out, not great arms anymore. I hear, though no butter in them Mrs Millers Old Fashion Amish noodles are good. Think I’ll try, should cut back on butter anyway, I’m 67!

          1. says:

            Yes their perfect if your not up to or can’t roll out the dough

          2. says:

            Buy a pasta machine. They are wonderful when the arms and hands aren’t what they used to be 🙂

          3. says:

            Yes I just found Mrs Miller’s at local (PA Amish country) farmers’ market! I was looking for occasional shortcut for those yummy homemade dough squares & this is it :))

          4. says:

            I use a pasta roller. Then cut your squares.

          5. says:

            Trying the recipe today! Moved to IL from York, PA last year and constantly crave the PA Dutch foods from home. You can’t find anything quite like it. It’s fun to see others on here from Lancaster, Harrisburg, etc. Hello to all! And thank you!

          6. says:

            Mrs. Millers pot pie noodles are good I use them quite often.

          7. says:

            I grew up with Perry County grandparents (25 miles north and west of Harrisburg) and they were all great Pot Pie makers! My favorite food to this day! Besides Chicken, my family made beef Pot Pie and Ham Bean Pot pie with canned butter beans instead of potatoes. Love and still make them all! 😋 For a PA Dutchmen, a day without noodles or potatoes is not happening!

            When I’m feeling lazy, San Giorgio or PA Dutch Noodle companies make a great dry, packaged version of the square Pot Pie noodles if you can find it.

            And don’t bother me with the folks who are now trying to call a ‘Chicken Pie’…Chicken Pot Pie!!! And it really isn’t ‘Chicken &Dumplings’ as in PA Dutch cooking, those kind of dumplings are raised with baking powder and put on the top of a chicken stew near the end of cooking.

          8. says:

            My mom taught me how to make this. Rolling the dough and cutting the squares. I made it for my home economics class 1986. Got an A+

          9. says:

            EXCELLENT, I bought those noodles today and they are pretty darn close to my nana’s. Saved a heck of a lot of time. Delicious☺

        2. says:

          I am from Harrisburg but live in Florida now. I found
          ANNE’S OLD FASHIONED FLAT DUMPLINGS in the frozen section. They are great and save you some time

          1. says:

            Agree I’ve used them, the only alternative to homemade imo!! I am from Gettysburg still in PA and grew up on my grandmas slippery pot pie❤️

      2. says:

        Your husband sounds very crafty. Have to vent briefly…. It just kills me when chicken pie is marketed as chicken pot pie. There’s an obvious difference and I refuse to call chicken pie chicken pot pie. Done venting.

        1. says:

          I TOTALLY agree with you Lisa.

    2. says:

      What is supposed to happen with the onion quartered? It doesn’t disappear after all the cooking.

      1. Hi Ben, if you like onions, you can dice them instead of quartering. If you aren’t fond of them, you can spoon them out and discard them after the broth is ready.

      2. says:

        Quartered onion.

    3. says:

      My mom always added saffron, not turmeric, to get the yellow color and traditional flavor.

      1. says:

        Thank you for sharing your tip Becky! Saffron adds color and taste – will do this from now on!

    4. says:

      I grew up in Lancaster County. My grandmother sometimes made this with beef tips or leftover ham. It’s a nice variation. Always served with creamy coleslaw, and of course potato rolls with butter and molasses. Wonderful memories. No matter where I go in this world, I always know from where I came.

      1. says:

        Hi, When my grandmother made it with ham she used butter beans instead of potatoes. So, it was ham, pot pie squares and butter beans. It makes an interesting variation! My family loved chicken, beef of ham bean pot pie. These days, when I make it, it is usually chicken.

    5. says:

      My family lives in Mt Joy and I’ve enjoyed pot pie everytime I visited . I’m trying this recipe today to see if I can make a pot of comfort food . Wish me luck

    6. says:

      Wow!!!!!!!! I finally made this recipe on a Wednesday night. Used Anne’s frozen dumplings and it tastes like you made it at home, only a bit thinner. The pieces that stuck together was beyond perfection!!! I was born and raised in lancaster and live in west palm 🌴. I go home every year for stauffers and s cylde weavers. I am NOT disappointed and will be making this again and again

    7. says:

      Parents from Duncannon, PA , now in NJ
      Always on the table 2-3 times a month, Mom made the best!!
      I also add 1 egg per cup of flour, and room temp chicken broth to mixture . I like my dough thin.
      I can taste it now . Also try PA Dutch Rivel Soup….So Good!!

    8. says:

      I’m from Ephrata, Pa. Had to laugh when I read the recipe. One cup of flour would not make 6 servings with my family of four. I have to atleast double if not triple it. 🙂

    9. says:

      My first job 50 some years ago was at Miller’s Smorgasbord in Lancaster. They made the above recipe. When I was asked to make it I followed my grandmoms
      recipe adding baking powder. The next 2 years it was done that way! (hope it still is) Without baking powder it is just a noodle dough!

  2. says:

    I have longed for this moved from Pennsylvania over 20 years ago and missed this dish. I may live in Florida now but we get cold here too.

    1. says:

      I wish I could get bell and Evans in Florida I’m from hilly and I sure miss it

      1. Don, check our Product Locator. Bell & Evans is sold at many retailers in Florida!

    2. says:

      Louise I am 47 and lived in Berks County my whole life. My husband’s job might take us to Florida which has me a bit nervous. I am PA Dutch and Italian so food is important to our daily routine. Any tips on PA Dutch or Italian Markets would be much appreciated. Pennsylvania has Farmers markets everywhere with all ranges of traditional foods. We are spoiled rotten.

      1. says:

        Fresh Market in Florida sells Bell & Evans chicken, and Ms. Millers Amish wide noodles.

        1. says:

          Art…Awesome…Thanks for the tip.
          I’m from Lancaster PA but live in Tavares FL now….love my chicken pot pie.

      2. says:

        Whole Foods sells it.

  3. says:

    This is almost identical to my mother’s recipe. We are from Bethlehem, PA and live in FL now. I love the noodles! They are my favorite!

    1. says:

      Hi Melissa, was so nice to read your post I am also from Bethlehem. I am planning another trip home again and I cannot wait to eat all the Pennsylvania Dutch food. I miss it’s so much. I do make my own pot pie and some of the other Dutch dishes but there’s no place like home. Do you ever go back?

      1. says:

        I am from Bethlehem and live in FL too!
        I was searching for a recipe for PA Dutch Pot Pie as my Mom never kept recipes-it was all stored in her memory. This looks the closest.

    2. says:

      I am from Bethlehem, PA as well and now live in Hilton Head, SC. I have been longing for this Chicken Pot Pie and I’m going to make it tonight!!!

  4. says:

    My Pennsylvania Dutch family grew up near Pottsville. I was always told that our grandmother’s famous pot pie was a secret family recipe. I just googled it and found it’s all over the internet ?

    1. says:

      I’m from Pottsville, what is family name? We must be friends, after all being from Pottsville and loving homemade pot pie we must be related….love Sch. County.

      1. says:

        My Mom was born in Cresona and grew up in Schuylkill Haven. Her recipe called for Crisco but I unfortunately stained it with water for the amount. Can you help?

        1. We found this recipe for noodles using Crisco/shortening that sounds like it may work:
          1 egg
          ½ cup water
          3 cup plain flour
          1 TB vegetable shortening

  5. says:

    Grew up in Quakertown, PA….always loved Chicken pot pie…this is pretty close to my recipe as well, but I always add some cream of chicken soup to the broth (depending on how thick you like it) , and copped parsley, pepper, along with some baking powder to the dough.

  6. says:

    Looks like my wife Cheri’s pot pie , only she uses store bought noodles. I will try to remedy that! Thanks for the video, sure comes in handy to see exactly how it is done!

    1. says:

      Bought noodles are in no way as good as the homemade. Sometimes it’s about time. And for a long time I had a difficult time making the homemade but I finally mastered it.

      1. says:

        Here’s a trick that’s close to homemade noodles…store bought refridgerated pie crust!!! Just cut into squares u will be surprised how close they taste to homemade.

    2. says:

      My mom made her own noodles and I love the thicker chewy noodles instead of the thin ones.

      1. says:

        Same… love the heavy duty noodles I grew up on.

  7. says:

    Sounds wonderful and very much like my great-grandmother’s recipe which I use. It is an easy recipe once you get past the idea that it is hard to make noodles. I do find that it is better if I let the noodles dry for a few hours before using. And I get so irritated at those folds who list “chicken pot pie” on a menu when they mean chicken pie.

    1. says:

      Know what you mean. I am always saying that’s not chicken pot pie that’s just a pie with chicken & veggies.

    2. says:

      I totally agree, having Pennsylvania Dutch grandparents there’s pot pie, chicken pie and chicken and dumplings.

      1. says:

        You got that right.. my mom mom used to make pot pie yes the rolled noodles. Yummmy I finally made them and ohhhh there’s just not enough dough !! The noodles are
        My favorite part and I double it

    3. says:

      Love this recipe. But try not to get frustrated by those who can’t understand the name. Lol in my area a chicken pie looks like a pie and has both a top and bottom crust. A pot pie is served in a casserole dish with a pastry top. Chicken and dumplings are a chicken stew with biscuit batter steamed in it, and most people have never even seen this style.
      Thanks for a fantastic recipe. It really hit the spot and fixed my craving

    4. says:

      I also let the dough set up while my potatoes are cooking. I also use some diced onions according to how it’s liked. I mostly like my onion fresh along with fresh parsley

    5. says:

      Yes,irritates me,too what they call pot pie these days.Too bad so many people don’t know what real pot pie is.I am PA Dutch born,so I know what real Pa Dutch food is and should taste like.I lived in Arizona for awhile and found “Mrs B’s” frozen pasta strips at Walmart,about an inch and a half wide.They worked great for potpie and plumped up very nicely.Can make pot pie in 30 minutes on the stove.

  8. says:

    This should say 1 split chicken breast. The two halves together is 1 split chicken breast.

  9. says:

    This recipe was not hard to follow. My grandmother always made homemade pot pie. So I loved homemade pot pie.

  10. says:

    I made this recipe for my husband who is from Philly and he absolutely loved it. Didn’t make any changes but I did double the dumplings. Easy and delicious recipe!

  11. says:

    Everyone of you forgot the saffron. ?

    1. says:

      Not me! I use saffron. I’m making this recipe now.

    2. says:

      Must have a pinch saffron but I uae a pinch of bells aeaonong too! We hail from York Co Amish country.

    3. says:

      Agreed , reading it, I thought that isn’t lancaster pot pie, gotta use sapphron, also didn’t have onions in ours. Taste even better the next say heated in a fry pan.

    4. says:

      Saffron is soooo expensive!

    5. says:

      Instead of regular quarter onion, I used spring onions, added garlic powder, rosemary, oregano and poultry seasoning. Also added 1/2 cup cognac. But this was the perfect base to start with.

  12. says:

    The recipe for the noodles is almost identical to my Great-Grandma’s, Grandma’s, and Mom. The only difference is that our family uses celery salt to season the noodles after spooning into a soup or stew bowl.

  13. says:

    I am pregnant and woke up craving “real” chicken pot pie. I’ve lived in Colorado for 10 years, and no one out here makes pot pie the way we do at home. Can’t wait to enjoy this recipe!!

  14. says:

    It’s actually called Bot Boi it sounds very close to Pot Pie though. I’m both a Chef, and a descendant of German immigrants in PA (what we call Pennsylvania Dutch is actually PA Deutsch the German word for German. Due to mispronunciations it morphed into Dutch over the years).

    1. says:

      Wow what an aha moment about the Dutch! As a Pa Dutch girl, I never understood what the “Dutch” was all about. Now it all makes sense! Thank you for that gem of info
      Love the recipe by the way, very similar to my grandmothers. I make it with gluten free flour and almond milk, and add a little spectrum shortening.

      1. says:


        I’m celiac and was looking at this recipe, wondering if I could just use Bob’s Red Mill 1-1 baking flour for the noodles.

        Do you mind sharing what you used? The almond milk sounds preferable for me, as well!

        1. says:

          Alice W, I’ve made gluten-free noodles. Just use the gluten-free flour instead. They turned out well.

      2. says:

        In the dialect (PA Dutcvh) we say Pennsylvanich Deitsch, nicht Deutsch. But Yes, that is where the “dutch” comes from

    2. says:

      Ben, thank you for this. Our family hails from the PA German immigrants and I never understood the Dutch either. This makes sooo much more sense.

  15. says:

    Excellent recipe! PS…here’s a shout out to those from Schuylkill County. Did your Mom serve this up with dandelion salad with hot bacon dressing and homemade molasses bread? Now THAT’S what I call “comfort food “! Enjoy!

    1. Thanks! And yes, true comfort dinner!

    2. says:

      No but my grandmother made dandelion wine.

    3. says:

      Well we didn’t have the dandelion. BUT YES, to the molasses bread ! My husband always gets a kick out me having this with pot pie as it’s the only time I ever have it. But with my pot pie it’s a must! Lol!

  16. says:

    Perfect Bot Boi recipe. My husband’s family is from York, PA, and his grandmother made Bot Boi when he was growing up. We made this yesterday and everyone loved it.

  17. says:

    Thank you. My Mother left me a receipe with no directions.

    1. Thank you for letting us know, Gale. So glad you can make it now!

  18. says:

    Thanks, great recipe. This is my second favorite from PA. My first is chicken corn soup.

    It’s pretty much the same but with the addition of corn and chopped hard boiled eggs. Also instead of rolled noodles I use a wet/sticky batter with a little baking powder that’s added in teaspoon size lumps at the end that cook in about 20 min.

    1. says:

      Love chicken corn soup. Try it using some creamed corn with the regular. It is so good. I also make rivals. My husband is dutch and his mother made it that way.

      1. says:

        Rival’s definitely make the soup. Love them

  19. says:

    Thank you for your recipe. I have lived in Lancaster County for 20 years and love Chicken Pot Pie.
    I grew up in Maryland and the Chicken Pot Pie we grew up with had top and bottom crust. I have made this recipe over and over again and love your recipe the best. I did add a pinch of baking powder and my noodles are a small bit fuller which I like. Thanks so much!

  20. says:

    First time making pot pie and it turned out amazing! Used small game in place of chicken and it worked very well. Great texture and flavor! Will definitely be putting this one in the recipe box.

    1. says:

      When I was a kid my Mom used to make it with squirrel and rabbits that we brought home during hunting season. So good!

  21. says:

    A great way to cut up the dough is with a pizza cutter.

  22. says:

    I grew up and still live in south central Pennsylvania, and this is the best chicken pot pie I’ve ever had. I wasn’t sure about trying a company recipe – I originally started looking for one that was maybe an old family recipe – but came across this and decided to try it after reading all the great reviews. If you’ve never tried Pennsylvania Dutch Chicken Pot Pie, this is the one to try. And bonus – it makes a family size portion (we got about 7 bowls out of it) and tastes even better after re-heating.

  23. says:

    I tried to learn how to make the noodles from my grandmother back in the eighties but she never used a measuring cup or spoon in her life and I just never could get them right. Can’t wait to try this! One of my favorite comfort foods.

  24. says:

    Oh my goodness, my Mother made us Pot Pie growing up. She grew up in Coplay and Allentown. This tastes like her Pot Pie (minus the turmeric, because she did not have that in her recipe). This is amazing and I am grateful that you shared this recipe. Thank you!

    1. You’re welcome, Kelley! Glad you enjoyed it!

  25. says:

    This is great. Can you freeze it?

    1. Yes, you can freeze leftovers and heat them up later!

  26. says:

    Anyone make this dish at high altitude? I am
    Originally from PA but have moved to a mountain town in Colorado and would like to attempt to make this dish!

    1. says:

      I live in Co and have made it here. With altitude it may take longer to cook.

      1. says:

        I’m a couple years late but yes even at a higher a altitude this recipe works fine. I had to use more flour after my dough was mixed. Other then that OMG this recipe is perfect! I live in CA now but from Lancaster PA. I didn’t realize how spoiled we were with food! This was a nice memory of home! Thankyou!

  27. says:

    Amazing!!!! I have made pot pie so many different ways, but I can tell you this is the best recipe. My husband is so fussy with what he eats. He said that it tasted just like his grandmoms.

  28. says:

    Born and raised in Lancaster (Leola) and this is a tried and true authentic pot pie!

  29. says:

    Making this recipe this week. So glad to have found it- it’s how my mom and grandma made it!

  30. says:

    This is as close to Pot Pie as you can get. The Pennsylvania Dutch name is Bot Boi.

  31. says:

    Since the shut down I been looking for different recipes for Pot Pie Dutch way. This NAILS IT !

    We had over 12 pot pie dinner set up that have been cancelled due to the covid 19. But now that I got this recipe we make it faithfully once a month… GREAT RECIPE!! THANK YOU !

  32. says:

    Thank you, I made this tonight and my family devoured it. Next time, I’ll just have to buy the little envelope of saffron like my parents always used when I was a kid.

  33. says:

    OMG, every taste bud in my mouth is rejoicing! My Momma was born and raised in the eastern panhandle of WV. We called this slippery chicken pot pie. It was a winter time staple in my childhood home. I have not had this in over 20 yrs.

  34. says:

    We made 18 batches of this recipe for a c free community meal and fed 125. It was tasty, hearty, and will received. We used a pasta roller for the noodles, it worked like a charm.
    Thank you, this is a keeper.

  35. says:

    I make this very same thing but we call it chicken noodle soup. I have a little hint if you find it hard to roll out the noodles. If you roll the dough out and it
    springs back all you need to do is cover the dough and let it rest 20 to 30 minutes and it will be much easier to work with. Letting it rest a bit relaxes the gluten.

  36. says:

    I agree with the person that suggested using a pizza cutter to cut the dough into squares. It works like a charm. So much easier than a knife.

  37. says:

    Grew up in Reading, Pa and miss all the great things I was raised on. Moved to West Virginia 4 years ago. This is one of my favorite things especially in the winter! Always bring back a car load of the PA foods I miss, Pot Pie, ring bologna, Lebanon bologna, Berks Hot Dogs, Clearfield White American Cheese & Goods Potato Chips! But this recipe is amazing! Can’t wait to convert all my friends into the Traditional Pot Pie!

    1. We can’t wait either! Thank you for the walk down memory lane, Marguerite!

    2. says:

      Ai Ai AiI I’.m an old Reading native too and I can still taste my grandmother’s pot pie.

  38. says:

    For the noodles…. what does 1 cup and 1 T of flour mean? Does that mean 1 cup plus 1 tablespoon? I wasnt sure. I’m getting ready to make this

    1. Yes, that is what it means. Thanks Jason!

  39. says:

    I made this for the first time. It was a recipe my Grandpa and Mom made when I was young. I didn’t know there was a recipe for it, and I am so happy to have found it. Thank you for publishing this recipe.

  40. says:

    I bought a bag of dried pot pie pasta squares from a amish store. Can I use this recipe

  41. says:

    I grew up in Lancaster County, I’m now just a Pennsylvania girl in a New Jersey world! It’s a crisp fall day here and have been yearning for some real comfort food. I found my mom’s recipes for pot pie noodles and they’re both different, I found this and it’s a match to one of them, only she used crisco instead of butter. I’m about ready to roll them out now, I can’t wait!! Thanks for the recipe

  42. says:

    This recipe is very close to my Grandmothers (from Gordon, Pa). She always said to make great pot pie you have to use a whole chicken. She also layered the noodles and potatoes to prevent the noodles from sticking.

  43. says:

    Hi I’m Puerto Rican from Chicago who was blessed to have Mennonite spiritual parents that introduced me and my family to all these wonderful food. I’m the same I can’t eat the pie Version when I had the best. This is her recipe exactly thank you

  44. says:

    Yes, you nailed the traditional recipe. I have been making it this way for 30 years. Born and raised in Lanc, PA with Amish neighbors. Thank you!

    I saw in previous comments other local favorites, but one that was forgotten is Chicken & Waffles. (Not like the Southern recipe which is a piece of fried chicken on a waffle w/ syrup) PA Chicken and Waffles starts with the same ingredients, but shred the chicken and leave out the noodles. You have a more fluid mixture that is poured over fresh hot waffles. (No sweet syrup) Delicious on a cold day!!!

    1. says:

      I LOVE this chicken and waffles. The other type can’t hold a candle to this. It’s like a light gravy with shredded chicken over waffles. So good with cole slaw, corn, and mashed potatoes. YUM!!!!

  45. says:

    My mom made pot pie when I was growing up. I just needed the dough recipe and this tasted just like hers. She would tell you the ingredients but no measurements. We are from Harrisburg Pa.

  46. says:

    Love! Mom grew up in Lancaster Co. I still don’t make the noodles as good as she always did. Now I’m in Texas and nobody knows what this is! Thanks!

  47. says:

    Just made the PA Dutch Pot Pie….I’m from Lancaster, PA! Just trying to think of a side dish to go along with the meal….we always ate it as is.
    Any suggestions welcomed!
    Thank You

    1. We always paired it with lettuce with hot bacon dressing or pepper cabbage.

  48. says:

    I use broth instead of milk

  49. says:

    Spot on! We double the egg noodle dough, and this is the Bomb! Yum!

  50. says:

    Terrific recipe! our 12year old made the noodles while I made the soup. It was delicious & everybody enjoyed 2nds.

  51. says:

    My mother’s side is from York, and we always had pot pie with stock made from the turkey carcass after Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. I enjoyed the potpie more than the main meals and still make it at least twice a year. The dough is everything. I was taught to add a few spoonfuls of pickle juice and a splash of hot sauce when serving. It takes it to the next level, imho.

  52. says:

    I just made this recipe.
    It was delicious!!!!
    But you have to eat it with butter bread with Turkey brand table syrup or kings syrup.
    It’s like candy!!!
    The ultimate comfort food to fill you up.
    Hog Mae is another favorite of our family here in York Pennsylvania right next to the Amish in Lancaster Pa.

  53. says:

    I always hated Pot pie (top & bottom crust) I saw this version on an Andrew Zimmern show and my mouth started watering. I made it tonight and it was fantastic. The noodles were so tender & delicious as was the chicken & vegetables. The turmeric adds a wonderful flavor. A true comfort food meal. It was so good, my husband had two helpings and then kept picking out the noodles from the pot! This is a keeper!

  54. says:

    I’m originally from frackville, pa. I moved to Maine last year. I made this my my father in law, he absolutely loved it. Said he normally don’t like chicken n dumplings. He loves the way this dumplings are though. So I’m literally making this right now.

  55. says:

    Well. My mother grew up in Pennsylvania (i was born in the Netherlands). I grew up with potpie. Is in our family a love-or-hate thing. As you may guess, i;m on the love side. I used to make it with beef stock. But switched to chicken a few years ago (just like the taste better). I was taught that you make the dough with eggs/butter/flour/water/salt. Substituting the water with milk and butter REALLY works. It makes it much more creamy and tasty. Tx for this recipe. Small tip. I don;t know if there are others who grew up thinking: Why is it so good to have a salad next to your potpie. Well for me it is the vinegar. I discovered that adding a little vinegar when you put in the dough really gives it a zing. I (have to for my daughter) always make large batches (3 qrts stock, 5 times dough recipe). For this amount i add 1/4 – 1/2 cup of red wine vinegar. You should try once….

  56. says:

    Forgot to rate….

  57. says:

    This recipe is so delicious! It’s basically how I have always made mine except I use packaged pot pie squares which my whole family loves. Either way, it’s a perfect PA Dutch Chicken Pot Pie recipe!

  58. says:

    I am from New Jersey, but lived in Reading, PA for most of my life. I now call Florida my home. But still during the cooler months (yes we get them)I can’t help but want a good potpie! This recipe is very close to a PA Amish made Potpie!
    And yes we have stores down here that have all the items you will need to make this. The Amish Deli in Largo, Florida have a lot of the items from Berks, Lancaster coubties and some from Ohio too. Even Wilbur Buds! They also have Lebanon Bologna too. To get meals already prepared, you hit Yoder’s in Sarasota. Home lived foods are never very far! Enjoy everyone.

  59. says:

    Love this recipe, it’s just like Mom’s!! But she didn’t even roll out the dough, she just loosely made it kinda round or square with her fingers and dropped them in the boiling chicken stock. I grew up in a tiny town called Green Lane in a deeply PA Dutch family, and now live even deeper in PD Country: in Kutztown, PA! Love the cooking and eat some form of it nearly daily!

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