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I've made these many times over the years and they are delicious! I was going to post the recipe but was surprised to find that it was already here. This is great cold-weather comfort food. After bringing the broth back to a boil after adding the dumplings, be sure to reduce the heat to medium or below. If you have it cooking at more than a gentle simmer the dumplings may fall apart. I also find that they are done before 15 minutes. Watch carefully and stir several times while cooking.

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Crunchy Numbers November 07, 2009

Umm....hmmm. Pure comfort food at it's best. Cooked the dumplings in chicken broth for 15 minutes. Stirred occasionally, then added a rotisserrie chicken, from Costco, shredded.

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emical April 15, 2011

I was born, raised, and have lived in Sussex County, Delaware all my life. I must tell you that this recipe is not the true recipe for our slippery dumplings. We never add baking powder. When I get time, I will post a true Delaware Slippery Dumpling recipe. Debaylady

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Debaylady February 13, 2008
Delaware Slippery Dumplings