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I love using the crockpot all year round. But there’s something especially comforting about it in the fall. I had dumplings on my mind recently and wanted to try my hand at an easy chicken and dumpling recipe. I found some frozen vegetables that had torn a bit in the corner that I wanted to use, which led me to thinking about the chicken and dumplings I’ve had in Amish country which have vegetables. This is what I came up with. it’s super tasty and unbelievable easy. I didn’t notice much of a change in flavor on the second day, but obviously there was a bit less of the gravy.
- 1.5 lb chicken, cubed
- 16 oz mixed vegetables ( used “steamable” vegetables which I microwaved for 1 minute to partially thaw)
- 1x 26 oz can cream of chicken soup (condensed)
- 1 tub chicken stock
- 1 tin refrigerated biscuits (I used a 16.3 oz tin of Grands Homestyle Butter flavored biscuits)
- 4 oz shredded cheddar cheese
- 1 tsp onion powder
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- salt and pepper to taste
Spray crock with nonstick cooking spray.
Place chicken in bottom of crockpot.
Place vegetables in.
Add the garlic and onion powders to the condensed soup in the can and give a stir to mix.
Place condensed soup and chicken stock over vegetables..
Cook on high for 3.5 hours.
Separate the biscuits from one another.
Tear biscuits into pieces and place over the food in the top of the crockpot.
Cook on high for 30-45 minutes.
Sprinkle shredded cheddar cheese on top and serve with salt and pepper to taste.
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