Very good recipe! I cannot review the dumplings, because I wanted to try out another recipe. I used a rotisserie chicken from the grocery stored, shredded into small pieces. Also added a can of corn and a sprinkle of pepper (personal preference). I also added a touch more milk.
Overall, very simple and delicious! Our family's favorite recipe now.
This was awesome! Very simple yet very good. I used onion powder instead of a real onion; otherwise, I didn't change a thing. I am married with 2 kids - 15 years old and 11 years old - so I doubled the recipe. It probably wasn't absolutely necessary that I did so as after one bowl, my kids said they were stuffed! That's saying something for my 15 year old! I also added canned peas to the mix.
My hubby loved these and he is hard to please. We didn't use onion because he is not a fan. The only reason I gave it a 4 is because cooking on med/low burnt the whole bottom, didn't effect the taste of the rest but you may want to put it on low and maybe even turn it off after about five min. and just let them cook with the lid still on. I am going to try that next time. It also doesn't make a lot. My hubby and I had no problem finishing off the whole pot. It was large servings but if you make six you would get like one small dumpling and a half a cup of liquid. If you have a hungry family you need to double this.