Wendy's Crockpot Easy Chicken and Dumplings

Please note this recipe is for a large crockpot.This is a great recipe when you want to have something hearty to come home after a long day at work. Your family will think you are a miracle worker. Dinner on the table in no time flat! Nice filling dinner that sticks to your ribs (like my mom used to say). This does take some prep time prior to going to work and it is worth it! Note: Make sure you have some extra chicken stock a bit over the top the dumplings will use the broth to "puff up". I cover a bit above the stew.

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6hrs 15mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Add to your crockpot : 2 cans of cream of chicken soup, 1 pound of thawed chicken cut into peices (I use chicken tenders cut up), chicken stock, carrots cut into bite sized pieces, potatoes but into bite sized pieces, onion rough chopped.
  • For Dumplings:

  • Add in sifter or strainer: flour, baking soda, salt, butter. sift ingredients and then add the milk. Stir until combined - do not not over mix as it will make the dumplings tough. With spoon add 1/4 inch pats of dough on top of the chicken mixture. Cook in your crockpot on low for 6-8 hours or 2-4 on high.
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"Please note this recipe is for a large crockpot.This is a great recipe when you want to have something hearty to come home after a long day at work. Your family will think you are a miracle worker. Dinner on the table in no time flat! Nice filling dinner that sticks to your ribs (like my mom used to say). This does take some prep time prior to going to work and it is worth it! Note: Make sure you have some extra chicken stock a bit over the top the dumplings will use the broth to "puff up". I cover a bit above the stew."
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  1. JennyMidget
    This was all going so well until - The Dumplings!!<br/>I've always popped dumplings in at the last 30 minutes of slow-cooking, on high, but against my better judgement followed the recipe exact, and used the low setting. My dumplings dissolved into the stew, resulting in a thick sticky mess! We ate it anyway - gluey and a bit slimy, the flavours were nice but the consistency was definitely not! <br/><br/>I'm going to give this another go some day, and just leave out the dumpling step. As a hearty chicken stew it's got great potential, but the dumpling technique here leaves much to be desired!
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  2. Starfire aka Wendy
    Please note this recipe is for a large crockpot.This is a great recipe when you want to have something hearty to come home after a long day at work. Your family will think you are a miracle worker. Dinner on the table in no time flat! Nice filling dinner that sticks to your ribs (like my mom used to say). This does take some prep time prior to going to work and it is worth it! Note: Make sure you have some extra chicken stock a bit over the top the dumplings will use the broth to "puff up". I cover a bit above the stew.
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