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Chicken and Dumpling Soup
05busa Offline
#101 Posted:
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WoooHooo
MrsSledn Offline
#102 Posted:
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Its made. Leftovers in be fridge.
05busa Offline
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Thank u
DrafterX Offline
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MrsSledn wrote:
Its made. Leftovers in be fridge.



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Pedros lawn service Offline
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Gag
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Beer
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Does look tasty!Drool
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yep... I'm gettin hungry.... Mellow
nolen Offline
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Great thread Drafter. My grandmother was from Krakow, Poland and made a dish like this. She called the dumplings "halooshkies" and made them just like MrsSledn explained, but she added some paprika, salt and black pepper to the flour before adding the eggs and water.
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MrsSledn wrote:
Okay. Dumplings. Get a pot. Fill it with water. Put on the stove. Turn on burner. Get that water boiling! Get a bowl. Put some flour in it. (I don't measure but probably 1 cup or 2.). Then eggs. I start with 3 eggs and add one until I get the consistancy I want. So not to clumpy, but not too watery. If it just needs a little something, you can add a few tablespoons of water. Presto!

Now, when water in pot boils, get a regular spoon. Meaning a teaspoon you would use to eat with. Emerge just the spoon part, not the handle, in the boiling water. Take out and start spooning dumpling mixture in the boiling water to the bottom of the pot. Don't pour in the spoonfuls. Tap spoon to the bottom. Keep doing that. Dumplings will float to the top when almost done. About a minute. Let them float another minute. Take out the cooked ones and put in a bowl. Continue spooning dumpling mixture in water until no more. :)

made 'em today! kinda ugly, look like funny matzoh balls, may have overcooked a little bit, but I can fine tune all that the next time. I put them in some stock I made and froze after Thanksgiving, everything is sitting on the stove hoping all the flavors make friends.

Had no idea it would be this easy, thank you MrsSledn.
jackconrad Offline
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we call them rivels in pennsylvania
MrsSledn Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
made 'em today! kinda ugly, look like funny matzoh balls, may have overcooked a little bit, but I can fine tune all that the next time. I put them in some stock I made and froze after Thanksgiving, everything is sitting on the stove hoping all the flavors make friends.

Had no idea it would be this easy, thank you MrsSledn.



You are VERY welcome! Sorry for my late reply. I don't log into CBid much anymore. And yes, they look like weird shaped matzoh balls! Haha. But good.

Nolen, my Mom made them that way also sometimes. Very good either way!
DrafterX Offline
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sure could use a bowl of chiken & dumplin soup about now.... Mellow
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MrsSledn wrote:
You are VERY welcome! Sorry for my late reply. I don't log into CBid much anymore. And yes, they look like weird shaped matzoh balls! Haha. But good.

Nolen, my Mom made them that way also sometimes. Very good either way!

and now I have yet one more (I'm up to 3 I think) life skill!
MrsSledn Offline
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That's awesome! Lol
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#116 Posted:
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Think
frankj1 Offline
#117 Posted:
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Yeah, that recipe! happy birthday Mrs S.
MrsSledn Offline
#118 Posted:
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I just made that a couple weeks ago! Yummo!!!
DrafterX Offline
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it's that time of year... ThumpUp
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Laugh
jjanecka Offline
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Dumplings? I can make blindfolded. I love doing just stand alone dumplings like this and the pan frying with butter then adding a nice dolap of sour cream. They go great with Gulaš or any roasted pork dish with a fine brown sauce.
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Sounds great..!! ThumpUp
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[quote=jjanecka]Dumplings? I can make blindfolded. I love doing just stand alone dumplings like this and the pan frying with butter then adding a nice dolap of sour cream. They go great with Gulaš or any roasted pork dish with a fine brown sauce.[/quote]



We call that "gravy" down here.
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Laugh
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Jjanecka, yes!!! I always take some from the batch I make for the soup and put a tablespoon of sour cream on then some pepper. My Mom used to fry them in butter with onion and cut up bacon.

So good! Comfort food!
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^^. Sounds like pierogiesApplause
MrsSledn Offline
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Yes Kipp. Yummy!
riverdog Offline
#128 Posted:
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Hey Cat. Hope all is well with you and yours.

Gotta make a case again for squirrel dumplins. If you like chicken thighs for your dumplins you'd love squirrel. Had it twice already this winter and one squirrel pot pie.:-)
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Quote:
thats what we call 'gravy' down here.


Try to fricasee in a brown sauce; brother, it just ain't the same.
frankj1 Offline
#130 Posted:
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in some neighborhoods up here, gravy goes on the macaroni.
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How in the heck does this post have 51,119 views?!?!?

Am I missing something here?

No disrespect to MrsSledn
but is there a hidden reflection of b**bs in the pic?
(I know how we think)
DrafterX Offline
#132 Posted:
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MrsSledn's soup is world famous and served in 400 countries around the globe... Mellow
frankj1 Offline
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^^^
that's what I heard...
MrsSledn Offline
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Lol. Thread is almost 8 years old! And it's good soup. I just made it on Saturday also. Yum.
DrafterX Offline
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dkeage wrote:
^^. Sounds like pierogiesApplause



I think I'm gonna try to make me some of those... Mellow
jjanecka Offline
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They're kluski, actually pierogi are stuffed with fillings.
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Looks nasty, , ,
DrafterX Offline
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Shame on you be nice...
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That was nice, , ,


pedro,
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Sick
DrafterX Offline
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There's more to life than re-fried beans and torillas.. Mellow
MrsSledn Offline
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DrafterX wrote:
Shame on you be nice...


Pay no attention Drafter... I sure as heck don't.
DrafterX Offline
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Goodmorning MrsSledn... Smile
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I wasn't being nasty, , ,

I'm sorry but it doesn't look good at all to me, , ,

pedro,
MrsSledn Offline
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There's an old saying my Mom taught me... And I teach my kids...

If you have nothing nice to say.... Say nothing! ;)

Just a friendly tip. And I still couldn't care less what you think.
DrafterX Offline
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Get him MrsSledn..!! ThumpUp
Abrignac Offline
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Very few dishes rank higher than Chicken & Dumplins. Thanks for the inspiration Cat I know what I'm going to cook for lunch.
DrafterX Offline
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I'd eat a big bowl right now if I could... Mellow
MrsSledn Offline
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Thanks Abrignac! Enjoy your lunch!

Drafter, I still can't think of a way to ship it. The dumplings wouldn't taste very good and the other noodles would be mush.
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ya... can't have mushy noodles... I'll come visit someday... ThumpUp
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