Penny R Recipe

Quick and Easy Chicken and Dumplings

By Penny R dixie_tn1


Rating:
Serves:
At least 4
Comments:

Super easy and tasty.

Ingredients

4-5
boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1
family size can Cream of Chicken Soup
4-5
chicken bouillon cubes
4 can(s)
cheap refrigerated biscuits
chopped celery and onions, suit to taste

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Boil chicken in a 5 or 6 quart sauce pan with water, bouillon cubes, celery and onions until cooked through. Remove from water. Save water. Let cool, then tear chicken into small pieces. Flatten out each biscuit and cut into 3 or 4 strips each. Add cream of chicken soup to water you saved and bring to a slow boil. Add biscuit strips, stirring frequently, until they plump into dumplings. Add chicken, simmer and serve.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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20 Comments

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Jean Campbell gwashington1961
Jun 6, 2012
WOW, Penny! What a devine quickie recipe! I've been teaching teenaged Boy Scouts how to cook for them selves over a campfire. If the recipe turns out well as they feed each other, then they make it at home for their families. I can't even begin to recall all the recipes I have taught them using the "low cost - 4 pack packages of refrigerated biscuits". This is a recipe my family and I shall be 'testing' immediately. I'll report back to you - quickly! Thanks so much for posting this upon the JAP website. We appreciate learning a 'new' method for making a meal we already love. LOL :-)
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Donna Brown gabbiegirl
Jun 27, 2011
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!
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Christi D cookiemonsterr
May 21, 2011
I wouldn't think yours would be horrible, just scared mine might be! LOL, only cuz i've never made chicken n dumplings before, it always seemed too complicated. This looks easy tho.
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Penny R dixie_tn1
May 20, 2011
LOL, it won't be horrible. May not be a gourmet dish, but I can promise it's not horrible. :)

And I just now saw the water question. Just put the chicken in the pan, then fill it up with water up to about 1 inch from the top of the pan. I've never actually measured it out before. Then save and use it all.
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Christi D cookiemonsterr
May 20, 2011
Thank u! And I can't wait to make this. I'm going to make it for my mom, brother, and daughter next week sometime. I'll be sure to let u know how it turned out! Unless it turns out horribly, then I won't say anything. LOL.