2 Reviews

I made this one despite the negative comment about them not rising because it didn't have any additional fat in it, like shortening. To make it healthier, I left out the salt and used half all purpose flour and half whole wheat flour. After adding one cup of flour, the dough was way too moist. I probably added close to another cup of flour before the consistancy was what I expected. This may have been why they didn't rise for the other person. I checked them after about 10 minutes and to my surprise they had risen a lot. After 15 I wasn't sure they were done, so I cooked them about 20 minutes. I also had put 2 tablespoons of milled flax seed in to make them even healthier. The flax seed and whole wheat flour was plenty of flavor even without the salt.

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d2stanek February 06, 2007

Sorry, made this exactly as directed. The only reason I gave it one-star was the easy directions. They were just a blob never raised, were just a big fat blob.

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MacV January 27, 2007
Buttermilk Dumplings