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4 Stars for me. Easy to make and has good flavor. I like my dumplings a little more moist and not so brown/crispy. Next time I'll cover with foil for first 30 minutes of cook time and remove during the last 10 minutes to help dumplings to retain more moisture. I couldn't find buttermilk baking mix, so I used bisquick and used real buttermilk instead of plain milk for the dumplings.
Excellent!! This was a hit with the adults right down to the grandkids. There were no leftovers. Definitely a keeper. I did not have any Bisquick so I whipped up some drop biscuits from scratch, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Thanks so much for posting this, I had been looking for the recipe after tasting a similar dish at a shower several years ago.
Yum, this was very tasty. I would definitely call it chicken and bisquit casserole, as they are not soft and fluffy like dumplings. Next time I would do less salt, as ours was very salty, even though we used fresh made broth with no salt added.
Very good. Used frozen carrots instead of peas.
This was the bomb. This has definitely made it into my regular favorites rotation. :)
Delicious! I used a 10 oz. bag of peas and carrots and I also topped it with Grand's buttermilk biscuits at the end. This one is a keeper!!
I've had this recipe for years from a magazine and my family absolutely love it. I do make my own broth while cooking the chicken so it isn't too salty as other reviews have stated.
This is a great casserole that I have had in my collection for a long time. The only change I amke is that I use my own biscuit recipe, adding additional milk along with the basil to turn my recipe into drop biscuits. Thanks for posting! : )
This was absolutely delicious. I used Costco rotisserie chicken and added a little corn and carrots. It was to-die-for. This is definitely a keeper!
This was a very good casserole. I used more broth than called for (maybe 1 1/2 cups more) and used a can of Grands biscuits for the dumplings and it turned out delicious!