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Slow-Cooked Chicken & Dumplings

Slow-Cooked Chicken & Dumplings recipe
photo by:kraft
Homemade chicken and veggie soup, simmered slow and topped with savory stuffing. Comfort food bliss.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
9 hr
servings
total:
6 servings, about 1-3/4 cups each
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posted:
11/8/2007
I also formed the stuffing into meatball shapes to keep them from falling apart in the cooker. Excellent recipe!
posted:
9/30/2007
I know you're really not supposed to take the lid of the crockpot, but since this was the first time I made this, I did ~ and I'm gald I did ~ because I had time to add some seasoning! This would have been extremely bland otherwise. I felt the need to add some salt and ground thyme. It was okay after that. The chicken literally fell apart after about 7 hours of cooking (a good thing). I thought this was very runny and needed to be thickened up quite a bit. It was quite watery. If there is a next time, I would add some flour or corn starch towards the end to thicken it up. That being said, I'd probably skip this recipe.
posted:
9/6/2007
I have made this recipe twice now. I read that everyone thought that it had little flavor. All you have to do is add dried seasonings. I added 1/4 of a palm full of all the following; rosemary, basil, thyme, parsley, and oregano. Or you could just add about a handful of Italian seasoning. It turned out just right. I also had a little problem with some of the "dumplings" falling apart. But the ones that did fall apart made the soup part of it thicker and better. And to help cut down on the calories and sodium i used Light & Fat Free Rduced Sodium Chicken Broth. I also added some chopped onion and i used about 4 cups of broth to help make the veggies softer.
posted:
8/2/2007
This recipe had very little flavor. My husband and I were both really disappointed by it. I ended up throwing over half of it away.
posted:
5/27/2007
This one dish my whole family enjoys - even my picky 11 year old!
posted:
5/14/2007
cook time is just too long to be useful for me, and it was rather bland. the long cook time also meant that everything tasted like everything else.
posted:
4/18/2007
I absolutely loved this. I seasoned the chicken and added seasonings to the broth . You really need to season as you go along. Kraft doesn't add any extra salt to their recipes that's why some people might find them bland. I added sweetcorn instead of celery and it was very tasty. Will definitely make this one again.
posted:
3/22/2007
My family enjoyed this. Not much left for left-overs. It was very easy to make.
posted:
3/19/2007
I was noticing the other comments. The stuffing dumplings on mine never fell apart. I formed them into little balls, like I would a meatball and they were very easy to turn. I even cooked on high because I started later in the day than I intended and still had no problem with the veggies. I also used lower sodium broth and lower fat cream cheese. Tasted fab!
posted:
3/18/2007
This recipe was so easy and everyone in the family really enjoyed it. We had enough for leftovers so I didn't have to cook the next night!
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