Ellen 01/10/2018 01/11/2018
Made the dumplings for 1st time ever-easy & delish. Making them again tonight!
Christopher 05/148/2018 05/29/2018
Okay, taking the advice of Candice (above review on 2 Jan 2018)I added one egg and 4 tbsp of butter to the dumplings and they were fluffy and wonderful after simmering on low for 30 minutes. Still good for leftovers the next day! I also put mushrooms and carrots in mine. Delicious.
Candice 02/31/2018 02/01/2018
This was too dense in texture. I tried different things to make it more chewy/soft without breaking down. I added 4 TBS butter, 6 TBS buttermilk, and 1/2 tsp baking soda. That's the best I could get it. It's still not perfect. I tried the suggestion with the 2 eggs and butter but that was very dry and crumbly. I used to love piecing up canned biscuits for my dumplings. Matching gluten biscuits is very difficult!
Andi 11/315/2017 11/12/2017
These turned out delish! Made a creamy ham soup instead and dumplings worked out great!
Sheena 08/222/2017 08/11/2017
These were awful! Completely went to mush I even tried tweaking them nothing seemed to work. Glad I tested them in water and didn't ruin my homemade soup!
Kris Bertenshaw 11/312/2017 11/09/2017
I made the dumplings tonight and put them on beef stew. They are denser than the ones I remember making with Bisquick before my gluten issues, but they were still very good. I covered the pot in mine and they cooked perfectly in 12 minutes on a good simmer.
Mama J 06/153/2017 06/03/2017
I've used this recipe for years & my family has always loved it. For those of you who end up with mush, I would guess that you are using too much liquid. Not all measuring cups are exact! Try adding a bit of milk at a time until you have a consistency like a drop biscuit dough. I generally put them on a chicken stew. I cook them 10 minutes without the cover & then 15 minutes with cover on. I think putting the lid on the pot helps to make them fluffier. Enjoy!
Crystal Kelly 02/57/2017 02/27/2017
Since I am both gluten-free and lactose-free, can someone comment on whether I can use Pamela's Cornbread & Muffin Mix (instead of the Baking & Pancake Mix)? The ingredients (sans the Cultured Buttermilk and Baking Soda) are similar. -- Thank you!
Jennifer 01/20/2017 01/21/2017
This turned out great, but I did need to make a couple of adjustments. I added onion, because we like it, and doubled the recipe, because we're a big family. When I added the dumplings, they soaked up too much broth,so I quickly added more. I have some very picky eaters, and all but one (he's 4, and my pickiest) loved it!
Laurie 11/326/2016 11/22/2016
I made this tonight and added 2 eggs and 4 tablespoons of melted butter in the dumplings. They turned out amazing! I had first tried them following the directions and they were much better with the addition of the eggs and butter. I also added 1 cup of milk to the soup and thickened it some with cornstarch. Delish!
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