DIY Snow Cone Syrup Recipe
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Made this yesterday on a cold and dreary day. It was a huge hit! I did add a can of cream of chicken soup, as well as some oregano, and a few other spices I threw in the pot. The Cambells cream of chicken with herbs is even better in this dish.
I still use the same amount of broth; however, I add I can of the cream of chicken with herbs and also a stick of butter. I always turn my crock pot on high before I add the biscuits and I always use the flaky layer ones they poof right up when I drop them in! I would guess a regular can is 15 or 16 ounces, so 60 to 64 ounces. Had to post a comment about the pull apart pizza bread. I know traditionally the recipe is for pepperoni but I decided to mix it up. Chicken and dumplings are very bland, as a rule, and requires A LOT of seasonings to make the dish flavorful.
I did comment to one of the other readers that we do use pepper for this, but only once we have fixed our own bowls. The dumplings vary on the type of can biscuits you use such as flaky, double stacked, buttermilk etc.
That could be the reason for some dumplings coming put to doughy for some. Try a different type next time, I personally use the regular, it works best for me. You are exactly right Lisa! We use regular buttermilk not butter flavored biscuits, which is what works best for us too. Someone else felt the same way, but I have always liked mine. Make sure to tear the biscuits into small pieces because they will swell when they are cooking. Could I use homemade gluten free biscuits in this?
I know it might not be as creamy depending on the type of flour, but has anyone tried it? If I make any other changes after we try these, the recipe will become my recipe. I end up using 20 biscuits, but we like a lot of dumplings in ours. And these are the very small biscuits. If you use the large ones that only have 5 or so in a can, then it would still be 2 cans.
You can judge how many you want to use as you start adding them to the crockpot. I used grand jr biscuits they just desendgrated and we had no dumplings! I was so disappointed. I went exactly by the recipe. They should plump up almost immediately after they are put into the broth. They did then when I went to stir them and let them cook the 20 more minutes they were gone!
Not sure what happen! In fact, that was my first question when seeing the recipe — how do you not cook out the dumplings? Perhaps try another type of biscuit Grands, etc. You could also adjust the temp down or not wait the full 30 minutes. Thanks for your input Brett. They started dissolving soon after I put them in the crockpot!! That seems to be the common factor when this is happening.
For things like this, I buy the Great Value brand of small buttermilk biscuits. Ive had this happen when broth was too hot. Ive even had noodles dissolve. Just wondering if anyone has put the ingredients in and started cooking on low in the morning or around lunch time in order for it to be ready at dinner time? Working mom trying to multi-task?
I have not tried that Shannon. I hope it works! Please come back and let us know if you try it. You should cook the chicken first but not due to cross contamination.. I think that is why some are having biscuits dissolve. They should not all be put in together. Took almost 4 hours and I used the cheapest store brand biscuits and flattened them first.
I like thinner dumplings wonder if the frozen dumplings I use would work in crock pot…may try it.. It is something in the biscuits that makes it thicker.
The way the recipe is, is exactly how we make it. Has anyone added anything to thicken the liquid? Looks good and sounds good though! But once you add the biscuits, it will thicken up. I am on my last 15 minutes of cooking……. I sure hope dinner is awesome! If it not as thick to your likings. I also use onion, garlic powder, black pepper etc. My youngest likes for me to use the dumpling noodles instead of the biscuits.
I cooked the dumplings longer than it said and they were still doughy.. Sorry to hear that Bille. I probably cook mine longer sometimes too, but have always liked the way the dumplings turned out.
Try cutting flour tortillas into small pieces and use those instead of can biscuits. It's a good question Heather, I wondered this myself. So I googled it and found this answer from http: The only problem is portion control isn't is always!
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