Re: RE: so yummy when your feeling crummy

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mlghaley
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jimdens – 2008-11-14 8:32 AM

mytimenow – 2008-11-13 5:56 PM

In this neck of the country people jokingly refer to chicken soup as Jewish penicillin. I like mine thick and the ingredients have to be soft, not mushy, with no crunch other than the side of saltines. A couple of you mentioned chicken and dumpling soup. How do you make the dumpling part?

There are a lot of different ways to make dumplings.  I cook a whole chicken in a big soup pot with a stick of butter, some “chicken” seasonings, (in my kitchen that’s basil, oregano, garlic salt, ginger, marjoram, rosemary, and some pepper), covered in chicken broth for about 3 1/2 hours, then take the chicken out, putting it in a pan in the oven to stay warm.  Then you mix bisquick w/ milk, (don’t ask me how much – I eyeball everything; just make it the consistency of bread dough), drop the dough by tablespoonfuls down into the broth and cook on medium heat till they’re done – again, don’t ask me how long – they’re done when they start to float and look like fluffy clouds. 🙂  Put the chicken back in the pot and let it simmer a few minutes.

Serve and enjoy!

edited to add: I just realized I left something out of the recipe – I also put a can of cream-of-chicken soup in the pot.  I hope no one made this and thought “yuck! I’m not going to eat anything Deanna makes up again!” 🙂