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Husband and I both loved it! Thanks!
One more five-star review -- these are great. I added a pinch of each garlic powder and Beau Monde (aka celery salt) seasonings for a little extra flavor. The reviewer who added a few granules of boullion had a good idea -- I like a little flavor in my dumplings. The texture of these just can't be beat. Thanks for a keeper! DH and DS (who is 3) love them.
These were so yummy! They were tender and fluffy--definitely the best dumplings I've ever made or eaten. Thanks for sharing!
Excellent dumplings. Great texture. You can whip them up in a couple of minutes and they are delicious in chicken w/veggie soup. A great "standard" recipe.
Not that you need any more reviews, but these dumplings are awesome. I *used* to make Bisquick ones, but not any more! :) They were not dry enough to roll, probably I put in too much milk, so I just droppped them in by the heaping tablespoon. I will never go back to the other dumplings! Thanks for posting Christine!
These dumplings were very tender and fluffy with very nice taste. I added a little bit of Pampered Chef's Dill Seasoning Mix to the dumplings and they tasted wonderful. I used them as the dumplings in the recipe Best Ever Chicken and Dumplings. Very happy eaters here! I will most definately be making these again!
Tender, fluffy, no lose dumplings!
Very, very good in my chicken and dumplings! Simple ingredients, just the right texture, and, absorbed my own recipe's flavors... PERFECT... just what I was looking for :) Thanks Christine
Deeeee-licious. I was hoping DH would get over his dumpling aversion, but he's still being stubborn. I threw some in chicken soup. Very yummy.
These were yummo! Very easy to follow directs and easy to make. I put these in a chicken soup I threw together. I did add some things to the flour mixture- I added around a 1/2 teaspoon of poultry seasoning and about a teaspoon of chicken boullion to the mixture as well. I think next time I make them I will just add the boullion to the milk and butter while its simmering so it gets evenly distributed. It clumped a little when it was in the flour. Thanks for a great recipe!