Boston Market Chicken Pot Pie

How to cook Boston Market Chicken Pot Pie in an air fryer

The following recipe is for the 16 ounce version of the Boston Market Chicken Pot Pie.

  1. Preheat air fryer to 350F
  2. Remove the pot pie from exterior cardboard box
  3. Leaving the pie in the paper tray, wrap foil around the pie crust edge
  4. Cook pot pie for 55 minutes at 350F

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Do be aware it can be tricky removing the cooked pie – especially in smaller fryers where the pie can be cramped. I recommend investing in some heat resistant cooking gloves if you’re going to using your fryer a lot. Check out these gloves over on Amazon for less than twenty bucks. Please note, we get a small referral fee if you do make a purchase via that link.

Boston Market Chicken Pot Pie frozen wrapped in foil
Boston Market Chicken Pot Pie frozen wrapped in foil
Boston Market Chicken Pot Pie cooked in air fryer
Boston Market Chicken Pot Pie cooked in air fryer
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      1. Microwave 8-9 minutes, then airfry 2-3 minutes to you desired browness…I do them like this all the time

  1. I have a sky brand double basket airfryer and used the exact same boston market chicken pot pie for the first time this evening for supper. I am surprised how well they turned out tho do prefer them in the oven, great way to cut down on heat coming off from the oven in the summer. I cooked at 350° for the recommended 55 minutes but the filling was still a bit watery so put back in for an additional 18 minutes and turned out great. Thank you for the post 😊 Will be making it this way again.

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