4 skinless boneless chicken breasts 2 tablespoons butter 2 cans cream of chicken soup 1 onion, finely diced 2 packages refrigerated biscuit dough water to cover
For chicken: place the chicken, butter, soup and onion in crock and fill with water to cover. Turn to high and cook 5-hours or until chicken is cooked through and no longer pink.
For dumplings: about 30 minutes before serving, take apart dough and place biscuits into mixture in crock. The biscuits will turn into the dumplings. Test readiness of dumplings by cutting one in half; if the center is cooked the dumplings are ready to eat.
We love this recipe. So simple yet so good. I stir in some frozen peas just before adding the dumplings.
kincaid family July 23, 2013 REVIEW:
I cut the chicken up into bite sized pieces. I used my larger crock so when I put the biscuits in they would cook more evenly since they wouldn't be crowded. It was very good. I used a small onion but next time I think I will use a large one and sautee it first to add more texture and flavor.
Guest Foodie May 18, 2010 REVIEW:
this is a great recipe! very easy and DELICIOUS! what more could you want. family favorite!
jmc February 18, 2010 COMMENT: Very good! I've never made this before but my teenage daughter looked this up and made it for us. It will be a staple on our family menu. Thanks!
ktcookie November 5, 2006 REVIEW:
I think I missed a few steps....either my crock pot was too small, or the directions were not specific enough. The "sauce" overflowed and the biscuits hardly fit. The end product was good comfort food, but the exact directions were not clear enough. I added carrots and potatoes and a little flour at the end to thicken it up...it was yum!
Member since: Feb 12, 2005
lmdnh February 12, 2005 REVIEW:
Delicious. I chose this recipe because it was so simple, but the flavor was really wonderful. I added frozen peas and corn. I had to cook the dumplings for about an hour, but I don' t know if that was just my crock pot. Will definelty make again.
Member since: Oct 2, 2004
yewing October 2, 2004 REVIEW:
Delicious. Super easy to put together. Good flavor. Tender chicken. We really liked this recipe. We will probably cut the onion down to 1/2 next time though - it was just a bit heavy on the onion for our tastes. Thank you for sharing this recipe.
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