Add 2-3 c cooked chicken (I actually used leftover smoked turkey here and I've used canned chicken as well) and 3-4 c mixed vegetables. My mother-in-law would chop up fresh veggies, but I usually throw in a big bag of mixed frozen vegetables and then maybe a little of whatever else is in the fridge, including spinach sometimes. Remove from heat.
Spoon mixture into crust-lined pan. I always use the kind that is pre-made, but my sister taught me that the refrigerated, roll-out kind is way better than the frozen-already-in-the-pan kind. Also, with the fridge kind, you can use the excess to make cute little cut-outs for the top like Mom Harris would do. I've never done that before, but the kids were making pumpkin-shaped cookies while I was doing this, so I borrowed the cookie cutters to make it more Mom Harris-ish. Put the top crust on, flute, and cut a few little slits. Bake 35-45 minutes at 425 degrees until golden and bubbly.
Ta-dah! This dinner has been taken to almost everyone having a new baby, and it's one of the dinners that my whole family loves...kids included. Except Sammy says "I mainly like the chicken and crust." Typical.