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Chicken and Corn Pie

Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking from AlansKitchen.comMakes 6 servings

Prep Time: 30 min
Cooking Time: 1 hr 30 min
Baking Time: 30 min


  • Chicken

    •      1  young chicken

    •      2  pints water

  • Dough

    •      1  cup all-purpose flour, sifted

    •   1/2  teaspoon salt

    •      5  Tablespoons butter, softened

    •      1  egg yolk, beaten

    •      2  Tablespoons water, ice

  • Corn

    •       1  small onion

    •       4  cups fresh or frozen corn

    •       3  eggs, lightly beaten

    • 2-1/2  cups milk

    •    1/2  cup cream

    •    1/2  teaspoon salt 

    •    1/4  teaspoon pepper

    •       2  Tablespoons butter


Preheat oven 400� F.


  1. Wash the chicken, cut up and place in water in stockpot at moderate heat. 

  2. Add onion and cook for 1-hour and 30 minutes. 

  3. Add the salt and pepper.


  1. To make the dough, into a mixing bowl, sift the flour and salt together. 

  2. Using 2 knives or a pastry cutter, cut in the butter. 

  3. Add in the egg yolk and water and lightly mix. 

  4. Cover with plastic wrap and place in refrigerator. 

  5. On a floured board, roll dough to a 1/8-inch thickness and divide the dough in half. 

  6. Line a deep pie dish with one half of the dough.

Pot Pie

  1. Remove the chicken from the pot, reserve the broth and remove meat from the bones. 

  2. In a bowl, add the meat, corn, eggs and mix. 

  3. Into the mixture, pour in the milk, and cream and mix. 

  4. Then add the salt and pepper. 

  5. Pour into the pie dish. 

  6. Cut the butter into small pieces and dot over the mixture.

  7. In the second half of dough, with a sharp knife make a gash in the center. 

  8. Put on the top crust, seal, and crimp the crusts together. 

  9. Turn back the corners of the gash at the center and pour some of the broth through the opening, filling the dish 2/3 full. 

  10. Bake for 30 minutes. 

  11. Add broth as the pie bakes.

  12. Thicken the remaining broth with flour pressed through a sieve for gravy.

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