Ready in 45 minutes
This is what home-cooking is all about! Heavenly !!
"Was in the mood for a little comfort food on a chilly Saturday night. This hit the spot. I haven't had chicken & dumplings in years.
Used 6 breasts...yes, a little much for 3 of us...but will use the leftovers for a chicken pie in a couple of days.
Following recipe...the only mention is that you might want to use some chicken stock for part of the water volume as it needed a little more flavor. Additionally...we had to add salt. Perhaps the chicken stock added would take that place.
Overall...a great recipe. Will definitely consider this as a re-do in the dead of winter.
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In large Dutch oven or kettle, combine chicken, celery, onion, carrots, parsley, poultry season, rosemary, salt, pepper; cover with water and bring to a boil. Turn down temperature and cook on low until chicken and vegetables are tender. (approximately 1 hour) Remove chicken breasts, cool, and cut up in bite size pieces and return to vegetable broth mixture in kettle.
For dumplings, combine bisquick mix, thyme, nutmeg, poultry seasoning, parsley; stir in milk just until moistened.
I usually double the dumpling recipe because we like lots of dumplings and a thicker gravy.
Drop by tablespoonfuls onto the boiling broth. Cook uncovered, for 10 minutes; cover and cook 10 minutes longer.
It doesn't get any better than this. Home Cooking at it's BEST!
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irishrutter 3 weeks agoI added a can of cream of chicken soup & used chicken stock in place of water plus more spice and a teeny pinch of red pepper. Big hit with the FAM!
JenAntoniou 1 month ago(I did use a whole organic chicken for mine, though.)
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elaineg1113 2 months agoVery good and easy
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bradrivelli 6 months agoAdded cream of celery and thickened chicken broth with wondra to thicken the whole mixture up. This made the the meal PERFECT for cooking dumpling on. I was completely satisfied. Great
dmcmil4911 6 months agoOkay still like homemade dumplings better
cookinggirl20 7 months ago
wcsangel 8 months agoFirst time making chicken and dumplings. I liked it.
JRowler 9 months ago
mikeswick 10 months ago
Laineyskye 10 months agoTo add to my previous comment, I did only cook veggies 40 minutes as per posted comments. Not sure about the bland comments, mine was anything but!
Jbluedog274 11 month agoNot a big fan of the original recipe but I thought I would give it a shot. Definitely needs more seasoning as it is quite bland. Very easy though.
deecookbigmomma 12 months ago
dkwlll 1 year agoWow. This was a great surprise. We peppered it up a little more than the recipe and got some added kick. I would only simmer the chicken for about 40 minutes then finish cooking winkle boiling the dumplings
angelalaw 1 year agoI would say this a great way to cook chicken and dumplings quick. I would say flavor was in issue. Luckily I read other reviews. Ousted 3 boullion cubes and 50% chicken stock and 50% water and I would say it stil lack. A little flavor. I agree with the author on extra dumplings I did not do that and I wish I would of. I have left overs frozen. And I know they will be good always better secon time around
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CherieBonine 1 year agoI really enjoyed this recipe. The herbs were very prominent, so I'll cut them back a little next time. But overall, it was very satisfying.
MarkCarter01 1 year agoAbsolutely awesome. My family loved it and it was easy to make! Leftovers for lunch tomorrow!!!!