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I never prepared dumpling soup and from now on will do it again. I loved the addition of couscous and dill in these dumplings!
This was very tasty and perfect in such cold days!
A big thank for this great recipe.
Very healthy and tasty soup!! My partner and I really enjoyed the dumplings, which I've never had with tomato soup before! This is quite a pleasant departure from my tried and true basil tomato soup (flavored with bay, celery seed and a bit of sugar), but well worth a try! Thanks for sharing!
This soup worked out great. I loved using couscous in the dumplings, which gave them a nice texture. The dill in the dumplings was fantastic as well. The consistancy of the soup was great, but even though I only added the 2 tsp chili powder we found it too spicy. Next time I would decrease the chili powder to 1 tsp or so. Otherwise, we really enjoyed this. Thanks Ms*Bindy!
When I stopped eating chicken, my life was suddenly devoid of dumpling soup...very sad. This recipe fills that empty place in my recipe collection, and it is really good. One note - I thought the dumplings got really gummy when I reheated the soup, so it didn't make great leftovers.
This is excellent! After reducing the recipe to make half, I used a large can of coarsely chopped yellow plum tomatoes found on sale. I didn't puree as directed in step 5 as I liked the chunkiness so left the soup as it was. Using couscous in dumplings was new to me, but it worked fine. The dumplings were light, tasted great, and held together well. The addition at the end of grated cheese & fresh parsley really added to the dish too. All in all a great meal! I will make this one again. Thanks Bunny Mom!!!
This is an awesome soup! The only change I made was to use 2 tsp. regular chili powder-oh and I spaced out and used 1/3 c couscous and 1/3 c. water. Still delicious. The batter is thinner than usual dumplings, but cook up perfectly. Thanks for this recipe-I love it!