My favorite of several recipes I have on hand; this one consistently turns out light, chewy, and crunchy - all at the same time! Prep time includes chilling in fridge prior to baking. Take a look at the last step to see High Altitude adjustments.
Tired of super salty, quick-prep chicken and dumplings, my hubby and I set out to create a simple homemade version. In 2004 we came up with this, and we've been making it (to rave reviews from guests) ever since! Straight forward and simple, the trickiest part is remembering to put the flour and milk in AND remove the Bay Leaf. We hope you enjoy this "comfort food" as much as we do!
A rich, creamy soup with all the flavor the popular baked dish, and all the warmth you need on a cool fall day. ------ You may add a little water to thin this soup to suit your tastes, or, leave it thick and use it as a chowder or an appetizer dip. ------ Concept by my niece Stephanie Braumn; created by my mom Judy Erickson-Cecrle.
A mild but flavorful soup I created after my local store stopped carrying the enjoyable Cugino's "Ridiculously Delicious! Chicken Enchilada Soup!" You can simmer the soup for less time, but the flavors need time to meld together.
My husband has developed this; it's a nice change from noodle soup when you're feeling under the weather. It is quite mild and satisfying. Notes: this can be made in one pot, but my husband prefers to use two. I like to use vegetable juice (which I save and freeze from other meals) instead of the water.
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