You were right these dumpings are easy to make. I made them in my chicken paprikash, added them to the broth,before I added the sour cream. They were moist and had a good flavor! I'll use this recipe for all my dumpling dishes! THANKS... Oh.. I'm glad I made a double batch!
These were very good. Next time I'll add just a little more salt. Had with a brothy vegetable soup. I think next time I'll also add some grated parmesan. Easy to make. I'll do this one again.
Years ago I had dumplings that were so good, and this must be the recipe. They were the best!! (to that lady that had hard dumplings from this recipe, your baking powder must of been too old, I learned long ago to check the date on the can)
These are the best!I've tried to make dumplings before, but they came out rock hard. These were light, fluffy, and delicious. I added a half tsp of chicken bullion granules to the milk, and upped the salt to 1/2 tsp. Perfect! I will use these for every dumpling dish from now on.
Very good. Made dumplings for the first time last night to add to a homemade chicken soup. I 1/2 the recipe and added 1 teaspoon ground pepper to the mixture. I decided to roll out the dough (a little thicker than a pie crust) and cut into little strips that I then cut into squares (saw this on Triple D). I added to the chicken soup and simmered for about 12 minutes and served to the family. Everyone loved it, reminded my husband of his grandmothers dumplings.
These were so good! I made 32 dumplings instead of 16. I was putting them in soup and it seemed to be a much more appropriate size. I used water instead of milk, which worked fine, and I substituted 1 cup of matzo meal for 1 cup of the flour, just because I have some to use up. Delicious!
Perfect, never changed a thing. Made in the slow cooker on high for 1 hour.
These are so easy and turn out perfect. They're also good with fresh chopped parsley mixed into the dough. Thanks for the great recipe!
We had left overs from the night before. We had used our Ronco rotisserie for a full chicken and there are 3 of us. We decided we wanted Chicken Soup and pulled the chicken into pieces. Added some seasoning and chicken broth and then decided the snow made chicken and dumplings is what we wanted. The Dumplings are the best we have ever had and so easy. We actually made them about a quarter of the size recommended and they stayed wonderful the next day making a GIANT stockpot of soup.
VERY light and fluffy - so much so that the next day, after reheating, they sort of dissolve into the soup....so they taste best the day of. :) Thanks!