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Very light and very tasty, Tara. We put them in a Chicken and chile stew, and the cheese in the dumplings was a delicious touch. Good directions, especially the bit about not overmixing. I've never frozen dumplings (never any leftover) so can't comment on that. I'd like to try it some day. Thank you for a little different dumpling.

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Jangomango December 20, 2002

I have always thought dumplings were kind of bland - but this recipe puts a new twist on them! The flavor was great and they were light and a great compliment to the stew I made. Thanks, Tara

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carole in orlando January 24, 2003

I used these in my Chicken Noodle Soup recipe- they were absolutely wonderful- light and fluffy just like you described, and boy were they TASTY!!! I actually left out the cheddar cheese and they were still wonderful! I would definately recomend them.

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Shjya Instance December 06, 2003

I made this recipe with whole wheat flour and Parmesan cheese and it turned out great. I agree with Chef SummerLover next time I will increase the amount of cheese. Thank you for posting this great selection.

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HeyChef April 03, 2009

Excellent dumpling recipe. Thanks for posting!

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Orange_Ember October 28, 2008

Although most would consider me a good cook, it's amazing how something as "insignificant" (LOL) as conquering dumplings makes me a queen in my hubby's eyes! I must say though, that I don't think I'll include the cheese (or double it) as I didn't find that the flavor was noticible. Thanks Tara for sharing your family heritage, I'll be keeping this forever!

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Chef summerlover February 22, 2008

these WERE good. I dropped tsp scoops into the soup. I ended up with too much mixture which I froze on a baking sheet with the same scoop - then I dropped the frozen dumplings into more soup the next day and they worked a treat. Needed slightly more cooking time, but just as nice.

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Spiderboymum January 27, 2008

These were really lovely. We had them with sausage and onion casserole which I did in the crockpot. I made them exactly as directed (but without the buillon granules as I didn't have any in) and put them in the slow cooker for the last 45 minutes - 15mins on medium and 30mins on high. They were great - really soft and tasty and it made a great change from mashed potatoes. There were only two of us for dinner and I would say the amounts stated would serve 3-4 people and, for us, made 6 large dumplings. I only ate about half of my half but my fiance cleared his plate. Thanks for a fabulous recipe Tara!

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Wendy-Bob November 20, 2007

Turned out very nice but I thought they tasted to salty, next time I will reduce the amount of salt. Thanks for the great dumpling recipe Tara.

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gabbysowner July 04, 2006

Thank you so much, Tara! These dumplings were just like my MawMaw's recipe. I would call her for the recipe every time I made them. Sadly, she passed away in July. I wanted those dumplings today, and yours were just what I was looking for. Thank You!!

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Elbow542 September 22, 2005
Nan's Dumplings