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Irish Chicken and Dumplings

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2hrs 25mins
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  • In large, heavy pot, combine soup, water, chicken, celery, onion, salt, poultry seasoning, and pepper.
  • Cover and cook over low heat about 1 1/2 hours.
  • Add potatoes and carrots; cover and cook another 30 minutes.
  • Remove chicken from pot, shred it, and return to pot.
  • Add peas and cook only 5 minutes longer.
  • Add dumplings.
  • To make dumplings: Mix baking mix and milk until a soft dough forms.
  • Drop by tablespoonfuls onto BOILING stew.
  • Simmer covered for 10 minutes, then uncover and simmer an additional 10 minutes.
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  1. Clarity148
    This was SOOOOOO GOOOOD! My whole family practically inhaled it. Thanks so much for posting this recipe.<br/><br/>It's become a staple in our home. We've got to have it at least twice a month. I did change it slightly though. Instead of water I use chicken stock and I cut the salt in half.
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  2. Clarity148
    This was SOOOOOO GOOOOD! My whole family practically inhaled it. Thanks so much for posting this recipe.<br/><br/>It's become a staple in our home. We've got to have it at least twice a month. I did change it slightly though. Instead of water I use chicken stock and I cut the salt in half.
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  3. kda949
    So yummy! My daughter called it "Thanksgiving in a bowl". I made a different biscut topping by combining 1 cup flour, 2 tsp baking powder, 1 tsp sugar, 1/2tsp salt. Cut in 1 Tbsp butter and stir in 1/2 cup milk. But I followed the directions and added it to the boiling stew and covered, then uncovered after 10 minutes and cooked an addition 10 minutes. I've made this 4 or 5 times and have used thighs too.
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  4. bmcnichol
    Very good and easy to make. I made for St Patty's Day. I used Recipe #278160 for the cream of chicken soup and I didn't have any celery. I used a cup of chopped onions, a can of peas and carrots and a can of diced potatoes. I only made half of the dumpling mix. This was very thick so next time I think I would add more water. Loved the taste of this.
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  5. Trish Za Dish
    Born, raised and living in western Canada. I've never had any 'chicken and dumplings' dish until today. It was okay. I used cream of mushroom soup and I know it wouldn't have made that much of a difference. The addition of the veggies is in perfect timing. All come out cooked just right. This is good. I used chicken thighs and they are very flavorful. It was a good dish, though, for the amount of time and prep I'm not sure that I will make it again. My 8 yo daughter also gives it a 3 star. Just like any comfort food if you grow up with it there is a world of difference in how you like it. I grew up with Ukrainian food as a staple and I know there are people who don't care much for cabbage rolls or borscht. This dish is in one of those.... a borscht. I think it's very good and I'm glad I tried it, it's just not amazing enough to give 5 stars for my 'comfort.'
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