Delicious meal and a real man-pleaser, plus very easy to prepare. Just two changes, but one might have added additional flavor. I deboned a lemon-pepper seasoned rotisserie chicken from the deli for this recipe. The only other difference is I used the Bisquick dumplings recipe. Took me about 40 minutes, not including deboning the chicken. I served peas on the side as son does not care for them (he had broccoli), along with mashed potatoes. Thanks for this great recipe!
This is a great recipe...now, to be honest I had to change it up some. I started out as directed but after all of the veggies were done I took them out of the pot and quickly cooked my chicken pieces...added the veggies back to the pot. I didn't have poultry seasoning...so I added about a quarter to half teaspoon of sage and a good amount of salt and pepper. I used one box of chicken broth...and frozen dumplings that I get at our wal-mart...Mary Hall's I think. I used a half package of them, they come in strips and I just cut them to about one inch squares, dropped them in and let them cook about 10 minutes...and no peas. The peas seemed a odd addition to me. My very picky...I don't like chicken and dumplings family LOVED them. Not the way my Mamaw made them...but great for my family! Thanks for sharing... Oh, and as to time...I have never made a "30 minute meal" in thirty minutes...but this one was only about 40...getting better : )
This one's a keeper! I do omit the peas but keep the rest of the recipe pretty much like it is. Thanks for a wonderful recipe.
This was very good, and it was done in under 45 minutes, which is typical for me. I had to sub frozen sliced carrots, thawed, and used 2 c Bisquick and 2/3 c milk for the dumplings, which took closer to 15 minutes to cook. Will definitely make this again. Thanks for posting!
So good! Took me a little longer than 30 minutes but worth the time. Great flavor and thickness. i used Bisquick dumplings because I prefer those.
This was SOOOO good!! I have never made chicken & dumplings before but was in the mood for some. I reduced the Poulty Seasoning to 1/4 teaspoon (personal preference) and used canned biscuits. The broth tasted so good. I actually caught my husband drinking the leaftover broth out of the bowl! Good sign!
This was amazingly easy and had really good flavor. I was skeptical about the veggies being done but they were just right. I did cheat and use a can of biscuits and cut them into about 9 pieces per biscuit. Worked perfect without the extra time and mess of mixing up a package of biscuits.
Great recipe! I used the dumplings from Southern Chicken and Dumplings (Southern Chicken and Dumplings). I'm a sucker for homemade dumplings! I did add the parsley flakes into the dough though, and they turned out great. Only one complaint - the whole recipe could definitely use more seasonings. I used a non-stick pan and didn't have any trouble with the vegetables sticking.
This took an hour for me from beginning to end. It is very good. It doesn't taste like it's long-simmered, but it does taste home-made and delicious. I only cooked the chicken long enough to make and cook the biscuits, and it was perfectly done. Juicy chicken, but no pink. I used a couple chopped baby carrots with the vegetables. I did microwave the peas for 60 seconds--not quite done--because I didn't really trust them to be done by just putting them in the finished soup. They were so...frozen. However, they were perfect this way. I only wish it made more dumplings, but I don't know where they would have cooked as the cooking surface was pretty much covered with dumplings. I will make this again, I'm sure. The only drawback was that my vegetables stuck when I was sauteeing them. I wonder if the other cook(s) used a nonstick pan.
Pretty good. Very fast. Needs a little more seasoning. Will play with that next time. I used Dumplings for the dumplings. They were very good.