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Chicken and Dumpling Casserole

Started 1364145467.36 in Recipe Swap | Last reply 1377488665.737 by colliemom3

My cousin sent me this one, might make it tonight.

Chicken and Dumpling Casserole

Chicken and Dumpling Casserole

The secret of this is not to stir anything. That's what makes your dumplings. When you dish it out, you have your dumplings on top.

2 chicken breasts, cooked and shredded ( I use a store bought rotisserie chicken)
2 cups chicken broth
1/2 stick of butter
2 cups Bisquick
2 cups whole milk
1 can cream of chicken soup (the herbed cream of chicken soup if you can find it)
3 teaspoons of chicken granules (I use Wylers)
1/2 teaspoon dried sage
1 teaspoon black pepper
1/2 teaspoon of salt or more to taste

Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Layer 1 - In 9 x 13 casserole dish, melt 1/2 stick of butter. Spread shredded chicken over butter. Sprinkle black pepper and dried sage over this layer. Do not stir.

Layer 2 - In small bowl, mix milk and Bisquick. Slowly pour all over chicken. Do not stir.

Layer 3 - In medium bowl, whisk together 2 cups of chicken broth, chicken granules and soup. Once blended, slowly pour over the Bisquick layer. Do not Stir.

Bake casserole for 30-40 minutes, or until the top is golden brown

Robin ....

Midlife is the time we begin “to listen with our ♥ heart.”

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QPrincess1364146119.9432177 PostsRegistered 5/18/2005

OH WOW, does this look GOOD ! ! ! Thanks for sharing! I never use Bisquick, but you can bet I'm going to buy some just so I can make this!

Mary Bailey1364146153.0077357 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004Bedford Falls in It's A Wonderful Life

Thanks this looks great! I keep meaning to pick up Bisquick. Next week for sure!

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wonderfulw­orld1364146848.2231030 PostsRegistered 12/5/2012Michigan

What an interesting recipe. I am going to have to give it a try. Thank you for sharing!

Chicagoan1364147316.882681 PostsRegistered 6/11/2008CHICAGOLAND

I think I might saute some onion, celery and add peas and carrots.

Robin ....

Midlife is the time we begin “to listen with our ♥ heart.”

Snowpuppy1364152051.7776478 PostsRegistered 12/2/2005Up North, MI
On 3/24/2013 Chicagoan said:

I think I might saute some onion, celery and add peas and carrots.

Those sound like a yummy addition! I'm going to give this a try.

For those without Bisquick in your cupboard, there are many good recipe dupes for it online. Save your time and $ if it's not a stock item on your shelf!

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Rarity1364185106.781791 PostsRegistered 10/19/2005

Thanks so much for this recipe. It looks delicious!

LilBitMiss­ty1364185855.136006 PostsRegistered 12/15/2009Washington State

Chicagoan..hi my friend!! Yuuum does this look good AND easy!!! Thanks for sharing!

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Britbrit131364190325.242668 PostsRegistered 7/12/2011

Oh LBM, this does look so yummmmy!!! Chicagoan, WOW you got a hit I can't wait to make this..


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bigsister1364193505.3875706 PostsRegistered 5/15/2010Southern California

Oh, I love dishes like this one. I will keep the recipe on hand. Thanks.

JeanLouise­Finch1364197511.76711018 PostsRegistered 10/3/2011

Oh boy, this looks and sounds like a great comfort food meal on a chilly day. And with the weather we're having right now it still feels like winter in the NW Indiana/Chicagoland region so this would be a perfect dinner one of these nights. Thanks for sharing!

TX-starlig­ht1364198626.514675 PostsRegistered 2/8/2010

Can't wait to try this!!!

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dionline1364208589.1572270 PostsRegistered 1/6/2008Central Florida

This sounds marvelous!!! I usually try to make recipes more agreeable with the fact that I'm lactose intolerant. I'm good with everything but the cream of chicken soup.

Any alternatives anyone??

TIA

gkelly57441364216198.5032652 PostsRegistered 4/22/2010

I've been making a dish close to this for many years. Got it from a first cousin at a family reunion one year. Mine uses self-rising flour instead of bisquick. Going to try this one with the sage & extra hit of chicken cubes!! Sounds great!!

baseballmo­m21364217981.69142 PostsRegistered 4/13/2006

Thanks for the recipe going to try it!!!!

birkin baby1364218004.3934879 PostsRegistered 1/20/2011

Thank you for sharing this recipe.I think this great for family supper.It is also good as pot-luck and bereavement options.

vabreeze1364228359.803915 PostsRegistered 7/1/2008
On 3/24/2013 Chicagoan said:

I think I might saute some onion, celery and add peas and carrots.


Robin, your suggestion of including these veggies make me think of a take on a pot pie. Would you insert your additions as the second layer and then do remaining layers as listed? The picture of the casserole truly says, 'make me, make me!' Thanks for sharing this recipe.

Beebee21364229120.5773927 PostsRegistered 5/31/2009

I missed the original posting so am quite pleased that it kept going like the Energizer Bunny (whom I just read was arrested - charged with battery). Anyway (excuses all around), thanks, Robin. This looks delicious and I plan to make it. I liked the great suggestions others offered, too.

ohiojules1364249664.247166 PostsRegistered 8/22/2007

This looks great! If I were to use canned chicken, how much would I need?

THANKS

CharmTx1364270694.583974 PostsRegistered 4/5/2009Deep in the heart of Texas

I don't post much on the recipe forum but wanted to say that I saw this recipe here yesterday and made it tonight. This was so good! I blew my diet big time due to no portion control on my part. Even my husband, who isn't a 'casserole kind of guy' really liked it. For the chicken I used the frozen Tyson fully cooked grilled and cubed chicken breast. I lined the bottom of the dish with the cubes of chicken so I know that I used more chicken than the recipe called for. The only thing I will do differently next time is that I will not add any extra salt (I only added a little extra) and I may also try using 2 tsps of the granules instead of 3 to cut back a little more on the salt. I also had to bake it for an hour but I think my oven is acting up. Thank you Chicagoan.{#emotions_dlg.thumbup}

ohiojules, if using canned chicken, I would probably use 2 or maybe even 3 of the 12.5 oz cans.

ETA: I just realized that the reason I may have had to cook it a little longer is that my chicken cubes were still partially frozen when I put it in the oven.

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Chicagoan1364271683.0172681 PostsRegistered 6/11/2008CHICAGOLAND
On 3/25/2013 vabreeze said:
On 3/24/2013 Chicagoan said:

I think I might saute some onion, celery and add peas and carrots.


Robin, your suggestion of including these veggies make me think of a take on a pot pie. Would you insert your additions as the second layer and then do remaining layers as listed? The picture of the casserole truly says, 'make me, make me!' Thanks for sharing this recipe.

vabreeze.... I would mix my sauted veggies in with the chicken. I bet broccoli would also be good in this casserole.

Robin ....

Midlife is the time we begin “to listen with our ♥ heart.”

Chicagoan1364272086.852681 PostsRegistered 6/11/2008CHICAGOLAND
On 3/25/2013 CharmTx said:

I don't post much on the recipe forum but wanted to say that I saw this recipe here yesterday and made it tonight. This was so good! I blew my diet big time due to no portion control on my part. Even my husband, who isn't a 'casserole kind of guy' really liked it. For the chicken I used the frozen Tyson fully cooked grilled and cubed chicken breast. I lined the bottom of the dish with the cubes of chicken so I know that I used more chicken than the recipe called for. The only thing I will do differently next time is that I will not add any extra salt (I only added a little extra) and I may also try using 2 tsps of the granules instead of 3 to cut back a little more on the salt. I also had to bake it for an hour but I think my oven is acting up. Thank you Chicagoan.{#emotions_dlg.thumbup}

ohiojules, if using canned chicken, I would probably use 2 or maybe even 3 of the 12.5 oz cans.

ETA: I just realized that the reason I may have had to cook it a little longer is that my chicken cubes were still partially frozen when I put it in the oven.

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CharmTx... Thanks for your feedback, I'm always afraid that someone will go thru the expense and time to make a recipe and then they don't like it. I agree that ohiojules would probably use 2 to 3 cans, depends how much chick she wants.

Robin ....

Midlife is the time we begin “to listen with our ♥ heart.”

ohiojules1364336267.34166 PostsRegistered 8/22/2007
On 3/25/2013 CharmTx said:

I don't post much on the recipe forum but wanted to say that I saw this recipe here yesterday and made it tonight. This was so good! I blew my diet big time due to no portion control on my part. Even my husband, who isn't a 'casserole kind of guy' really liked it. For the chicken I used the frozen Tyson fully cooked grilled and cubed chicken breast. I lined the bottom of the dish with the cubes of chicken so I know that I used more chicken than the recipe called for. The only thing I will do differently next time is that I will not add any extra salt (I only added a little extra) and I may also try using 2 tsps of the granules instead of 3 to cut back a little more on the salt. I also had to bake it for an hour but I think my oven is acting up. Thank you Chicagoan.{#emotions_dlg.thumbup}

ohiojules, if using canned chicken, I would probably use 2 or maybe even 3 of the 12.5 oz cans.

ETA: I just realized that the reason I may have had to cook it a little longer is that my chicken cubes were still partially frozen when I put it in the oven.

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THANKS, CharmTx! I'm going to try this real soon.

drizzellla1364337136.761533 PostsRegistered 7/16/2007

I would like to thank you ladies for sharing your recipes. I have really expanded my repertoire. And I must say my family couldn't be happier. I am so glad that dinners are now more than just several tried and true recipes.

I can't wait to try the above recipe.

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pupwhipped1364393323.6371094 PostsRegistered 8/27/2005

This really does look soooooo good!!! CharmTX, so glad you've already tried it and were able to give us some feedback. I was checking the thread to see if anyone had a chance to make it. I want to try it right now but I had bunion surgery on Monday.....I am down and out for awhile. And dear hubby can't even boil water!

Thank you, Chicagoan, for this luscious looking recipe!

Sooner1364393466.3615127 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004
On 3/25/2013 gkelly5744 said:

I've been making a dish close to this for many years. Got it from a first cousin at a family reunion one year. Mine uses self-rising flour instead of bisquick. Going to try this one with the sage & extra hit of chicken cubes!! Sounds great!!

Could you please post your recipe? We always have self rising flour but not so often Bisquick! I love pot pie and this looks a lot like pot pie!

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