52 Reviews

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.

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LisaS in Central Ohio January 16, 2010

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!

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Lori in NC December 21, 2009

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.

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wxbeauty1 November 01, 2009

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!

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College Gal September 20, 2009

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.

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Treenickel September 02, 2009

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.

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WillsMommy April 26, 2009

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.

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Debbie R. April 03, 2009

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.

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SwtGrl1231 March 16, 2009

My boyfriend HATES chicken and dumplings, but when I made this for him tonight, he packed the left-overs for lunch! The things that I did different was that I made my own stock by boiling a 5 lb chicken. I removed the chicken off the bone and shredded the meat and used it instead of the chicken tenders. I also added corn in addition to peas. However, I did take a short-cut and used the biscuit you buy in a tube. LOL. I cut them into quarters so that they wouldn't be raw on the inside (I steamed them like the recipe said to for 8-10 minutes). Overall, I LOVE THIS RECIPE! Thank you so much for posting it!

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msvietpig February 22, 2009

Quick and easy to prepare. I really like RR recipes. I omitted the onions and used Bisquick for the dumplings ~~ steam 10 min uncovered and then 10 min covered. This dish was really tasty.

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SuzySchool February 02, 2009
30 Minute Chicken and Dumplings