Thursday, March 15, 2012

Chicken and Dumplings

Ok. Being born and raised in the South, if you don't know a good recipe for Chicken and Dumplins, then you just might as well move up North and call yourself a Yankee. heehee!! :)
BUT! Lucky for you; even a Yankee can enjoy this amazing comfort dish. I have born my own recipe...and it's so simple, you'll wonder why you've never done this before. If you have time... and the resources... please try this simple dish. And, if you do.. leave me some feedback. I wanna know what you think.

What you'll need:
one pk of chicken thighs (about 6 thighs should work)
Mary B's Open Kettle Dumplings (I said easy!!)
Can of Cream of Celery soup
Can of Cream of Chicken soup
Box of Chicken Broth 


^^This stuff. Plus chicken^^

What to do:
 In a large boiling pot, add the chicken stock and enough water to equal about 2.5 quarts of liquid. Add your chicken, some salt and pepper and a little garlic powder if you want. Boil for about 20 minutes or until chicken is done.



Remove chicken from pot and allow it to cool. Into the SAME POT OF BROTH, add both cans of soup. Stir it all together really good. Now, it's DUMPLIN' TIME! :)

You're gonna want to crack those frozen dumplings into thirds. You don't want to fight a 6 inch dumpling. So, crack each frozen dumpling into thirds and add them to the broth. As you add, make sure you stir so they don't stick. Once you've added all the dumplings, turn your heat up until it starts to boil. 

Stir it really good, put a lid on it, turn it down to low and let it simmer for 30-40 minutes. Make sure you come back and stir it regularly so the dumplings don't stick. 

After about 30 minutes, pull the chicken into pieces and add it to the dumplings. Stir it up, take the lid off and let it cook another 10-15 minutes.

Serve and watch them smile! :)

9 comments:

  1. This is my first time cooking this. I hope it turns out as good as yours sounds! I will let you know. Thanks, Crystal

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  2. Is there a printable version of this recipe?

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  3. Where can you find the frozen dumplings I live in Oklahoma.

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    1. The frozen dumplings are near the frozen bread products at the grocery store

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  5. Has anyone tried this in the crockpot? Or with Rotisserie chicken? Thanks!

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  6. Just finished. .I boiled the chicken bUT think I boiled too long, there was little water. .so I added more water, butter seasonings, etc...hoping it's not too much liquid taste great though

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