4 Reviews

Toni - Another winner in our house! Very easy and delicious! Served it over noodles instead of with the dumplings. (I had a craving) and it was fantastic! Would also be a great filling for pot pie!

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DiWriter October 18, 2006

This had a great taste and it's the first time my dumplings have come out light and fluffy, but it took them about 15 minutes to cook through, and by that time the bottom of my pan had burned some and there was very little stew remaining. I'll make this again, but I'll double or triple the stew.

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~Nimz~ April 16, 2006

This was totally yummy! I was confused in the directions to add the 1 T oil to the dumpling mix bc it isnt listed. I left it out but they still came out ok. Make sure to add it bc it would make the dumplings lighter- mine were on the heavy side. Great twist on the same old chicken 'n dumplin's. Thanks for another great recipe Toni!

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) December 14, 2005

This was easy to whip up. I liked that the dumplings did not use a packaged mix (sodium) and the added onion, which reminded us of "hush puppies". I did use chicken breasts and it was a very moist dish. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado November 21, 2005
Chicken Stew With Onion Dumplings