Old Fashioned Chicken and Dumplings Recipe
This recipe for homemade chicken and dumplings is comfort food at its best.
A whole chicken is boiled in water with salt and pepper to create the stock for this one-dish meal with chicken meat and steamed dumplings made from scratch.
These quick and easy dumplings go great in stew or with chicken.
These are simple dumplings made with flour, baking powder, milk and shortening which are rolled out and cut into shapes and cooked in broth.
Shredded chicken breast is joined by three other ingredients for this quick take on a classic. This recipe is a great way to use leftover rotisserie chicken for a quick, hearty meal.
There's nothing like old-fashioned homemade chicken and dumplings for a filling, comforting meal. Find a new favorite recipe, whether you like fluffy dumplings or a chewy noodle version.
A delicious fluffy biscuit tops a light and flavorful homemade chicken soup to create a classic American comfort food.
The rich savor of chicken fat infuses flour dumplings that are cooked in a delightful soup of chicken, carrots, onions, sweet potatoes and Irish potatoes.
I read a review that said that you can't rate a recipe when you change it - I must respectfully disagree. Any good cook should be able to see a recipe and know what would work best for his/herself, family or friends. I liked this recipe, although I went 'lazy' on the dumplings. One of these days, I will try to make my own dumplings. I used two chopped onions, some chopped celery and I added some carrots (It's just not chicken soup without carrots). Some like green beans, but we don't. I also added some flour to the veg while it sauteed, because I like my chicken n dumplins thickened. I added some heavy cream at the end. This is a great recipe and can be modified to make chicken soup or chicken and dumplings.
The flavor was great. I roasted my chicken first like one reviewer. BUT!!! I didn't watch the video I just followed the recipe. I added all the flour to the dumplings because it never specified how much!! I knew they were too dry. Then I read that some flour was to go into the gravy. Once again..it doesn't say how much! Should have used Bisquick for goodness sakes! And it would never serve 20!! What the heck!