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Grandma's Chicken n' Dumplins Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Vivian Poplin
Added: Saturday, July 25, 2009

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1 Hen
Water to cover
3-4 Chicken Bullion Cubes (or 3-4 tbsp. granules)
Lots of Pepper (and I mean Lots)
Salt to taste
Flour and Water (as much as needed to make dough)

Directions:
Directions:
Wash and clean chicken well discarding all insides, set giblets aside. Place in a deep pot and fill with water, just to cover. Cover and simmer on medium low for an hour or so until done. When done pull meat from water. Separate meat from bones, discarding bones. Mix flour with water to make a fairly stiff dough. Roll dough out on floured surface to desired thickness. The thicker the dough, the longer it will need to cook. Cut the dough into large strips. Turn heat up to medium high, when boiling, drop pieces of dough into broth, a few at a time adding lots of pepper after each addition. Let cook for a few minutes before adding the next batch. Once all dough is added and cooked through, add chicken and chopped giblets if desired. Taste adding salt and pepper if need be.

 

 

 

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