Light-As-A-Feather Dumplings (For Soup or Stews)

"You can add in some cayenne pepper and garlic powder to the dumplings also if desired, these will really expand when cooking so use only a teaspoonful of batter! Servings is only estimated."
 
Light-As-A-Feather Dumplings (For Soup or Stews) created by Nimz_
Ready In:
23mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a bowl sift together the flour, salt, black pepper (if using) and baking powder.
  • In another bowl mix the egg with melted butter; add to the dry ingredients with enough milk to make a semi-stiff batter (do not over-mix, you might use a little more than 2/3 cup milk).
  • Drop by a teaspoon into simmering soup or stew.
  • Cook covered for about 18-20 minutes and NO PEEKING for the first 10 minutes.

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  1. Jennifer C.
    I am making your Chicken and Dumplings right now and this is not the same dumpling recipe. Now I don't know which one to use!
     
  2. Anonymous
    Fab recipe.... I do spice it up with chilli and coriander.... my next experiment with it is to stuff the dumplings with spicy shrimp.... Yay!
     
  3. Becc1
    Delish! Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe :)
     
  4. crown123
    I've been using this dumpling recipe for 30 years - it is absolutely fool proof and fabulous - even the kids like it. Remember, never lift the lid once you drop the dumplings in.<br/><br/>I've tried several and this one is the best.
     
  5. Mrs. Beckman
    I didn't really like these too much, but maybe I am just not a dumpling kinda gal! I think that the soup you make it in needs to have A LOT of broth. Mine didn't have all that much and the dumplings took over the entire pot of soup! I probably wont make this again.
     

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