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milk, according to directions on bisquick box
2 or more quarts turkey or chicken broth
salt, pepper, sage and parsley to taste
Mix bisquick and flour according to directions on box. I use my KA to knead the dough until it leaves the side of the bowl and is of a smooth consistancy.
Roll out on a lightly floured surface until dough is about the thickness of a pie crust.
Cut into strips or squares. Let them set until they dry out some. (I like to leave mine out at least 6 hours or overnight.)
Drop in boiling broth, one at a time, until dumplings are gone. You may want to reduce the heat to medium if the dumplings start to stick to the bottom of the pan.
Stir gently a couple of times so the dumplngs will not stick to each other.
After about 10 minutes, turn the heat off. Let them set for another few minutes before serving.
I always make a full box of bisquick dough for my clan, but I always feed at least 25 from this. I also use 4 or more quarts of broth. If you let the dumplings dry completely they freeze well.
Last Updated: Tue, Oct 23, 2012