Herbed Dumplings Recipe
Savory dumplings for beef or chicken stew.
I followed this recipe to a "T" and the dumplings dissolved into the chicken and dumplings that I made for DH! I use the "stir, scoop, level" method of measuring my flour and the dough came out very wet. I checked a couple of other recipes I have for dumplings and they call for more flour. These dumplings made a nice thickener for the stew... and since I always make a big pot, I made ANOTHER batch of dumplings (my normal recipe) and added them to the leftovers the next night. Worked out just fine, so all was not lost. Just be sure that your dough is fairly thick, not wet... and, I usually use shortening, not butter, so the butter made have added to my problem with this recipe. Thanks anyway... the flavor was good and I didn't find it too salty.
This is a great recipe! After reading the reviews I cut all the herbs in half and the flavor was perfect! I've tried many different dumpling recipies, including the baking mix, and I've never had such perfect fluffy dumplings. For those of you who get 'soggy, sinking, or gluey' dumplings you have to leave the lid on for the entire cooking time. If you lift it off before you will ruin your dumplings - every time!
This was good, and added some nice flavor to my chicken stew. After reading the other reviews, I reduced the salt to 1/4 tsp and all the herbs to 3/4 tsp. I also added 1/2 tsp onion powder and used 1 cup buttermilk instead of 3/4 cup milk (to make it taste more like biscuits). This will replace my regular dumpling recipe. Thanks!
These had GREAT flavor! As everyone before me I cut the salt and herbs to 1/2 tsp, awesome. The only disappointment is they are not as sturdy as bisquick dumplings, tend to be alittle to delicate, other than that they are perfect!
Don't need Bisquick anymore. These are very good. Just left out the Thyme and Oregano. I think I halved the salt too.
Savory, soul-satisfying, slow-simmering chicken and dumplings, made quick and easy with cream of chicken soup and all-purpose baking mix.
These are simple dumplings made with flour, baking powder, milk and shortening which are rolled out and cut into shapes and cooked in broth.
These quick and easy dumplings go great in stew or with chicken.