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Oh. My. Goodness. This was comfort food at it's best! On a thundery and stormy afternoon (even though it's still 85 degrees!), this was the best. My dumplings did come out a bit chewy, but I think that was me. Everything was perfectly balanced and flavorful. Even DH, who is a bit tired of the round-the-world trip, said to rate this a perfect 10! Thank you so much for posting! Made for Culinary Quest 2014.

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Jostlori September 20, 2014

Very yummy comfort food! I have wanted to make chicken fricassee and dumplings for ages and now did it, and I'm so glad! I used gluten free flour in place of regular and added 1 tablespoon beaten egg to the dumpling batter because the gluten free flour doesn't glue well. It turned out perfect. The gluten free flour mix which I used was brown rice flour, white rice flour, yellow cornflour and potato starch. I will make this again! Thanks for sharing :)

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Mia in Germany August 10, 2014

My family and I were lucky enough to have Pannan cook this delicious stew for us! A very good comfort food. So good that I will try my hand at it for our Sunday night dinner. Thanks for sharing and cooking this wonderful dish.

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CAREBEARCOOKING November 08, 2009

MMMM! These made for a great belly warmin' meal last nite! So cold here- for us anyway- in the 40's! So we had a nice warm meal of chicken n dumplins - a southern fave! - and it really did the trick! We got all warm from the inside out! Thanks for another great recipe Nan!

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) February 21, 2006

This was very good and easy. I will definately make again, most likely without the dumplings. I absolutely believe this dish is wonderful on its own. I served this on rice as most people from Louisiana know we serve everything with rice. The only thing I changed was I added about 1 teaspoon of Kitchen Bouquet I like a darker color. Thanks so much. Lisa

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LMillerRN February 01, 2006
Chicken Fricassee and Dumplings