Super Easy Chicken and Dumplings Recipe
Shredded chicken breast is joined by three other ingredients for this quick take on a classic. This recipe is a great way to use leftover rotisserie chicken for a quick, hearty meal.
This is a great recipe for Southern-style chicken and dumplings. It's easy for the kids to help make, too.
Easy, creamy chicken and dumplings made from refrigerator biscuits, slow cooked to comfort-food perfection.
Chicken and dumpling stew is a quick and easy weeknight dinner that will warm you up and put a smile on everyone's face.
Very easy and good. My 6 yr old didn't like it, but he's one who doesn't like things touching. And I think it would be better with a couple cut up chicken breasts.
These quick and easy dumplings go great in stew or with chicken.
This is a great recipe to start out with. And for seasoned cooks it makes a good starter. I used it as a guide. I cooked my own chicken ysing boneless skinless chx breast cooked in broth. I also used drop biscuit dough made from scratch instead of the pre made kind. I added 9 oz more broth and carrots and celery. I alao added herbs to my biscuit dough and broth. It was great! My kids and husband loved it
Delicious, delicious deliciousness. I used a large 49OZ can of broth, a 25OZ can of chicken and a can of Pilsbury biscuit dough. I sauteed some onions, carrots, dill and garlic and put it in the boiling broth before I added everything else. All it needed in the end was a tiny pinch of salt. Thank you,Busymommy!
I was originally planning on making chicken in dumplings in the slow cooker, but all of a sudden it was too late. The BF insisted he still have his chicken and dumplings, so I looked for a quick recipe. I boiled/poached my chicken breasts in broth, then removed the chicken. I brought the broth back to a boil and added refrigerated biscuit dough (someone recommended using Grands Buttermilk specifically), following the recipe more as a timing guide. I simmered the 'dumplings' and cubed my chicken breasts, then added back in about halfway through. I added a little dried onion, onion powder (I'm a fan of onion), parsley flakes, garlic powder, and a little black pepper. It tasted a bit store bought, but that doesn't mean it wasn't delicious! :)
I had everything on hand including a rostistary chicken. It was super easy and tasty. Not the old fashion southern recipe I grew up on, but it also only took 15 minutes to prepare and my family loved it. I only modified it by adding a can of cream of celery soup, garlic and some pepper. And I flattened my biscuits using some flour. It helped with making it thicker as it cooked. One of my son's just had his wisdom teeth out and he gobbled it up. Thanks for the easy and sussesful version!