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Halp! HotMom21ERF Due December 17 (twins); 1 child; Kentucky 20898 posts
status 8th Dec '12

I need a recipe for chicken and dumplings. I have a big roaster chicken, and i will be using bisquik for the dumplings. i dont want any vegetables in it. and..........go!

NatashaHarper Due February 16 (girl); 1 child; Guildford, United Kingdom 687 posts
8th Dec '12

Cook it...

HotMom21ERF Due December 17 (twins); 1 child; Kentucky 20898 posts
status 8th Dec '12
Quoting NatashaHarper:" Cook it..."

jee, thanks smart ass. i need to know about how long to cook the chicken, when to put the dumplings in, if i need chicken broth ....

Just Emily :) 2 kids; Watertown, Sd, United States 10358 posts
status 8th Dec '12

We Always boiled the chicken and then made the dumplings in the water after taking the chicken out.

NatashaHarper Due February 16 (girl); 1 child; Guildford, United Kingdom 687 posts
8th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting HotMom21ERF:</b>" jee, thanks smart ass. i need to know about how long to cook the chicken, when to put the dumplings in, if i need chicken broth ...."</blockquote>




Sorry
I was only messing around!
I have no idea but GL, sounds yummy! :D

Emily Dickinson 18 kids; Indiana 57849 posts
8th Dec '12

I use a ton of veggies so my recipe wouldn't work.

To make the sauce, I make a roux of butter, onions, and flour. Add milk and chicken stock until its more like gravy than broth. Keep stirring.

The chicken I cook ahead of time. I boil it for awhile until its really tender and then I shred or cut it and throw it in the "gravy" mixture. Add some more milk, some more chicken sauce, and seasoning.

About 10-15 minutes before I want to eat, I mix up the dumplings. I add garlic salt, salt, pepper and a bit of chicken boullion to the Bisquick mixture. Drop them in, cover them, and let them simmer until they rise and are doughy and perfect.

Hope that helps.

HotMom21ERF Due December 17 (twins); 1 child; Kentucky 20898 posts
status 8th Dec '12

thank you ladies