Marcia's StoryThis has been passed down in my family for a long time. The dumplings are firm, but very tender and it is a meal in itself. Big hit at pot luck dinners.
whole chicken cut up or 4 large breasts
salt and pepper
white peper (if desired)
knorr chicken bouillion cubes
all purpose flour -maybe more maybe less
good margarine or butter
1Fill a large stock pot with water and add salt and peppers and cubes. Add cut up chicken or breasts and you will need to cook this on med-high until chicken is done. Remove chicken let cool and remove from bone and return to pot. Taste and adjust seasonings.
2Take butter and cut up into slices, add salt and add flour. You can use your hands or pastry fork and mix flour and butter until it looks like cornmeal.
3Beat egg into milk and pour alittle at a time into flour mixture and stir until dough ball is formed (may be alittle sticky). Place dough onto floured board and coat with flour and roll out fairly thin. Cut into strips about 3 inch x 3 inch and have the chicken broth boiling, drop dumplings into pot one at a time and stir until all cumplings are in the pot. Reduce heat and stir often to prevent sticking.