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    ThumbsUp Chicken & Dumplings

    Description: This is an easy Chicken and Dumplings recipe. It does not take long, and it is VERY good.
    Serving Size: 6
    Time: Not long
    Difficulty: Easy

    Ingredients:
    1. 3 Cooked Chicken Breast
    2. 2 Cans of Sweet Sue Chicken and Dumplings
    3. 1 Can of Cream of Chicken
    4. 1 Can of Chicken Broth
    Preparation:
    1. Combine the ingredients.
    Instructions:
    1. Combine all ingredients and heat up for around 20 minutes.

    2. You are ready to serve.

    3. Yes, that easy.
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    Re: Chicken & Dumplings

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    Re: Chicken & Dumplings

    Quote Originally Posted by LadyinRed View Post
    I called on Sweet Sue in Athens, AL back in the early 90s. After seeing them push big plastic barrels full of chicken meat around the plant, I never bought another can. Pretty gross stuff to witness. Kinda like seeing how sausage is made for the first time.
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    Re: Chicken & Dumplings

    Quote Originally Posted by derek4tide View Post
    I called on Sweet Sue in Athens, AL back in the early 90s. After seeing them push big plastic barrels full of chicken meat around the plant, I never bought another can. Pretty gross stuff to witness. Kinda like seeing how sausage is made for the first time.
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    Re: Chicken & Dumplings

    i was at a campbells soup plant in minn. and watched live chickens hung upside down on a conveyor belt. they went behind a wall and then came out at another opening minus feathers head and parts. they made chicken noodle soup ,,and i still eat chicken noodle soup,,, umm good. the worst place ive been was an alpo dog food plant in ms.in nearly 100 degree weather. that will stick with you for awhile. i havent had a can of dog food since.
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    Re: Chicken & Dumplings

    This is my kind of home-cooked meal. Like the great cookbook my wife got me: A Man, A Can, and a Microwave for when she went on a trip for about a month. Thanks! I love it.
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    Re: Chicken & Dumplings

    Quote Originally Posted by TDBama78 View Post
    i havent had a can of dog food since.

    LOL, now that is funny.
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    Re: Chicken & Dumplings

    You will need: A rotisserie chicken, 1 10 count Hungry Jack biscuits, 1 can of Cream of Chick and 1 can of Cream of Mushroom, milk

    Heat the soup on the stovetop and add some milk.
    Pull the meat from the chicken and drop into the soup.
    Cut the biscuits into quarters (you can also separate the layers if you want)
    Drop biscuits into bubbling soup/chicken mixture.
    Cut the heat back, cover the pot, and let the dumplings cook until done.

    Awesome.

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    Re: Chicken & Dumplings

    I had an uncle that briefly worked for some company (Could have been Kraft, but I'm not sure.) in Atlanta that made mayo and he never ate it again for the rest of his life.
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    Re: Chicken & Dumplings

    Looking for a more tried and true recipe something along the lines of what grandma made anyone have one of these?
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    Re: Chicken & Dumplings

    This is one similar to the one I use. I really don't measure the ingredients, I just add them until it looks right. I also add chopped boiled eggs to mine.

    http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,1632...253198,00.html
    Last edited by ddsmit; December 12th, 2011 at 11:34 AM.

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    Re: Chicken & Dumplings

    Quote Originally Posted by LadyinRed View Post
    Combine all ingredients and heat up for around 20 minutes.

    You are ready to serve.

    Yes, that easy.
    My grandmother who died when I was a kid had a great chicken and dumblings. Thanks for this it means a lot to me from a West Coast guy.
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