This Classic Old Fashioned Chicken & Dumpling Recipe was inspired from one of my prize possessions. It is a cookbook put together in a 3 ring binder by my mom in the early 80s. In it is Anne Porter’s recipes, my fraternal grandmother. I have such fond memories spending hours in her kitchen!
This is My Family’s Gluten Free Version of Grandma Porter’s Old Fashioned Chicken & Dumplings Recipe. It is a Winter Comfort Food Classic. With All The Aromatic Herbs it is Great For Preventing or Over-Coming a Cold or Flu. You’re Sure to Love This One As Much As My Family Does!
Are you pulling out your winter sweaters? Perhaps This American comfort classic will be the perfect dinner for that left over chicken (or even turkey) in the fridge!
This is my family's gluten free take on my grandmother's tried & true comfort classic. She called it "Old Fashioned Chicken & Dumplings".
WHEN MAKING DUMPLINGS... DO NOT LIFT LID UNTIL DONE OR THEY WON'T RISE LIKE THEY SHOULD! Nutritional Information Estimated...
1 Tbsp Olive Oil (Extra Virgin)
2 Cloves Garlic (Fresh)
1 Medium Onion (Chopped)
4 Sprigs Thyme (Fresh)
4 Springs Rosemary (Fresh)
2 Boxes (32 Oz) Chicken Broth or Stock (Gluten Free - I Used Swanson)
1 Cup *White Wine (*Optional – I Used Pinot Grigio)
2 Cups Celery (Chopped)
2 Cups Carrot (Chopped)
2 Cups Cooked Chicken (Chopped)
3 tbsp Corn Starch (Gluten Free – I Used…
3 Oz Filtered Water
1 ½ Cups Flour Blend (Gluten Free – I Used Pillsbury Best)
2 tsp Baking Powder (Aluminum Free – I Used
½ tsp Sea Salt
2/3 Cups Milk (I Used 1% Acidophilus Cow’s Milk)
2 tbsp Oil (I think I used MCT)
1 Egg Beaten
Heat large stock pot while prepping your items. Add oil then sauté over medium heat all aromatic herbs. Let Onions & garlic cook & caramelize. Meanwhile chop your celery & carrot.
Once your onions have some good color on edges but translucent, it is time to add your stock or broth. Deglaze your pot with a little of the broth or stock scrapping the brown bits off the bottom.
Let it cool slightly & pull out the stems from the aromatic herbs. Next finish adding all the stock or broth & wine. Bring up to a boil & add chopped celery & carrots. Let veggies simmer until desired doneness while chopping the cooked chicken. The veggies will need at least 20-30 minutes to get soft. At this point you have what looks like soup.
Add your cooked chicken. Make a gravy by putting 2 heaping tbsp. in a glass with about 3 oz of water stir into the pot. Make sure it is lightly boiling & gravy is thickening.
Stir dry ingredients in small mixing bowl. Next add wet ingredients & mix until dough forms.
Drop dough balls about a tbsp. in equal sized into softly boiling chicken base a few inches apart. When the entire pot has been dotted with dough cover & boil for 15 minutes. DO NOT LIFT LID UNTIL DONE!
Old Fashioned Chicken & Dumplings Gluten Free
Amount Per Serving:
% Daily Value*
Dietary Fiber 2
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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