Smoked Chicken Stew with Dough Boys ( Dumplings )

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That's my kind of dumpling; big and fluffy like a fine biscuit!

Rick
 

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my kind of dumplings. frozen biscuit dough is a quick-n-easy way to do them.

Your recipe is much like mine though I always include a bunch of black pepper in the dough, and cut in a LOT more butter and usually cut them out like biscuits. I will use the drop method sometimes.

One suggestion - make the stew a tad thicker and adding a cup of half and half or cream right at the end to thin it down a little. It adds a richness to an already rich meal. It might not go with the soy you use though. I do not like dairy and soy together. I'd add some to a bowl before I'd add it to the whole pot though, just to see.
 
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my kind of dumplings. frozen biscuit dough is a quick-n-easy way to do them.

Your recipe is much like mine though I always include a bunch of black pepper in the dough, and cut in a LOT more butter and usually cut them out like biscuits. I will use the drop method sometimes.

One suggestion - make the stew a tad thicker and adding a cup of half and half or cream right at the end to thin it down a little. It adds a richness to an already rich meal. It might not go with the soy you use though. I do not like dairy and soy together. I'd add some to a bowl before I'd add it to the whole pot though, just to see.

Thanks for the like and the comment

With the recipe I use it is too damp to cut into shape, that is why it is dropped in by spoon, if i added more flour it would be too dry.
Thanks for the suggestion, but it is very thick as it is and full of flavour, I find the soya sauce gives a nice taste, and you are right not sure what that would be like with cream.
But always open to try new things ... except shell fish lol

David
 
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