Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins

In the game forum I tagged recipes for Bisquick mix and also beef stew that required dumplings. This is the original dumpling recipe from that I will be using.


  1. In a medium bowl add Bisquick mix and milk stirring until a soft dough forms.
  2. Drop mixture by spoonfuls onto boiling stew and reduce heat.
  3. Cook dumplings uncovered for 10 minutes. Cover pot and cook an additional 10 minutes. Serve immediately.


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Years ago I bought some apples that were not good eating apples. I cooked them into sauce which came out very juicy. The flavor was the best ever. We used it for ice cream topping etc. I put the sauce into a baking dish and spooned the bisquick dumpling dough in small spoonfuls over the top with cinnamon and nutmeg, baked at 350 until the dumplings were done. We spooned the dumplings and sauce into dessert bowls and served warm with heavy cream. We make this every year after a trip to the apple orchard. I still have not found the original apple that was so horrible tasting. My friend thinks it might have been some kind of crabapple.

dpbohnsack October 25, 2009

wonderful! came out perfect! I had never made dumplings before and didn't realize how much they expand when you put them in the soup - doubled or tripled in size (for other newbies). I followed the directions but was in a hurry and cut both of the 10-minute periods to probably 5 minutes but they still came out perfect, as far as anyone could tell. thanks so much for sharing such an easy recipe!

TooManyRoommates April 26, 2010

great dumplings, I have made these before this time I added in garlic powder and seasoned salt, I dropped them in my pork broth, thanks for sharing Lori, these were made for KK's forum Recipe Tag game

Kittencal@recipezazz December 30, 2009

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