Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Chicken Dumplings

Another chicken dish! All we eat at our house is chicken or turkey, we're very picky! Anyway, I got this recipe from my mom and I think she got it from Rachel Ray. It's pretty easy to do and tastes sooooo good!

You will need:
* 2 cans of cream of chicken soup
* 1-2 packs of crescent rolls. I did 2 because we love having leftovers!
* Chicken broth, which I forgot to buy, so I just used a can of soup. Get the smallest can of broth you can find because you only need a tiny bit!
* Chicken breasts. I chose to get a rotisserie chicken because it was easier for me. You can easily cook chicken breasts and slice them up, I just wanted to take out the extra step of having to cook the chicken, and it HAS to be cooked before you make the dumplings!

Coat the dish with about 1/2 can of cream of chicken soup.

Put some chicken in the middle of each crescent roll. You want to put enough to get the taste, but not too much where you can't close the dumpling!

Close the dumpling up! There's no special way to do this, just wrap it up! They will all look different!

Use the remaining 1 1/2 cans of cream of chicken soup to cover the dumplings, then pour a little bit of chicken broth on top. Be careful not to do too much otherwise the dumplings will be really soggy!

Cook at 375 degrees for 25-30 minutes until the tops are golden brown.

Enjoy! I chose to make corn with ours dumplings since I love the flavors together, but you can do whatever you want! This meal is kind of fattening, but so yummy and filling! This is one of our favorites!

1 comment:

  1. I'm definitely making this! It looks and sounds delicious.