Amish Dumplings

READY IN: 20mins
Recipe by Al Hunt

Heavy, but yummy!

Top Review by Mrs. Lainez

I made these for stew. They were very cheap, easy, and quick. I found them to be good, yet rather dry. I think dumplings are usually on the dry side, but I would prefer a moister dumpling. But they're pretty good overall! Made for the bargain basement tag game.


  1. Mix dry ingredients first.
  2. Add the beaten egg.
  3. Add few drops of water until you have a stiff, sticky dough.
  4. Drop 1/6 at a time in to hot, nearly boiling stock or on top of stew (with lots of liquid).
  5. Cover and cook 10 -15 minutes.

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