Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins

Heavy, but yummy!

Ingredients Nutrition


  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.


Most Helpful

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.

Mrs. Lainez November 15, 2010

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