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The old-fashioned way is always the BEST way.
By a show of hands, who here really likes chicken and dumplings? I bet there isn’t one hand left on the keyboard. I love to eat this kind of meal because it is hearty, wholesome, and ever so filling. My grandma used to make a tremendous chicken and dumplings casserole that always brought everyone together at the dinner table. We would sit around the table eating, laughing, and joking. What a great memory! Even today, when we’re having one of our yearly family reunions, we talk about grandma and her unbelievable cooking skills.
This dish always comes up! You won’t believe this but this recipe for chicken and dumplings is very easy to make. You just toss your ingredients into your favorite baking dish and bake it all in the hot oven.
Soon, you’ll have a wonderful meal fit for royalty on your dinner table. This is a real stick-to-your-ribs kind of meal and you won’t be left hungry. It’s easy to make for a large crowd, too – just double the ingredients and you’ll have plenty for seconds. In fact, I would do that even for a smaller group of people – that way you’ll have enough for thirds, too!
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Quick Tip: ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS, use self-rising flour. I DO NOT recommend using margarine, low-fat or fat-free items as this will change the texture and taste of the dish.