Chicken and mushroom pie
|Chicken and mushroom pie|
Place of origin
|Pie crust, chicken, mushrooms, cream sauce|
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Chicken and mushroom pie is a common British pie, ranked as one of the most popular types of savoury pie in Great Britain and often served in fish and chips restaurants. The outside is usually a full top and bottom crust, with the filling made up of small pieces of chicken and sliced mushrooms in a creamy sauce. The top crust is typically puff pastry. Chip shops across the country stock these pies and they also are available to buy in supermarkets nationally.
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