This easy Homemade Chicken and Dumpling Recipe will warm you up and keep a smile on your face year-round. I changed my mother in laws recipe and made it a little less fattening and added more fresh herbs and veggies from my home garden.
Bring to a boil; reduce heat, cover and simmer for about 30 minutes.
Make homemade biscuit dough or break off 2" pieces of pre-made biscuit dough. Lay the pieces of dough on top of the soup mix. Put lid on pan and let the biscuits steam for about 10 minutes.
Serve with parsley on top.
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Inspired by my mother in law Janet Haas Chicken and Dumplings.
Favorite Photos From The Kitchen
Photos below include the homemade dough.
Keeping the Parsley Fresh
The secret to good meals with great flavor is fresh herbs. Below I share a product review to help you keep your herbs fresh year-round.
In today’s post, I load up the soup with plenty of homegrown parsley. My dome garden is filled with this flavor-packed herb year-round so I need to be creative with meals to use it before it goes bad. The most important way to keep parsley tasting good is to only pick it when you need it. If you harvest early the herb will stay fresh stored in a veggie steamer like the one featured below. If you’d like to purchase one for yourself check out my affiliate link.
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