Recipe by Dorsey
"A down home favorite for the whole family. This is comfort food!"
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salt and pepper to taste
Oh my goodness. Thank you for this recipe. My family flipped for it. My daughter rarely eats meat and she asked for seconds. The dumplings are so easy and flavorful. A terrific EASY winner.
My family did not like this recipe at all. I, promise, I followed the directions to a "T," but the pork turned out bland. The dumplings, which I thought would be a hit with my kids, were too sticky and they did not care for them. When trying this recipe, I would recommend adding additional spices and, perhaps, some veggies to the broth. Hope this helps.
This recipe turned out pretty well. I added a bit more spice to the water that I cooked the pork chops in (onion salt, a fresh minced garlic clove, and some paprika). Also, my Fiance was about 2 hour late getting home so I had cooked the pork chops at the full temp for the full time, then reduced the temp to about 100 then to 50 C. I don't know if it was the extra cooking time or if it would have happened from the normal cooking time, but the meat just fell away from the bones and was SO tender. My Fiance really liked the taste and textrue of the meat.
I also made some gravy with some of the water from the pan before I put the dumplings in.
The dumplings were a litte much (maybe because I didn't have my rolling pin and had to flatten by hand and couldn't quite get them to 1/8 inch). Instead of 2-inch squares, next time, I'll make them a little smaller. I wasn't sure what to expect from the dumplings - but they were good - your basic noodle! My Fiance said that he could do without the noodles (not a huge noodle fan), but added that if you are a fan of noodles, you would probably really like it!
Yummy! Very tender pork.
I used a pork roast and a packet of onion soup mix baked it until the pork was falling apart then put the juice in my crock pot rolled out a simple dumpling cut at about a 1 in square and let them cook in the broth after dumpling were cooked I added a can of peas and some pepper and this was so very good that everyone wanted more making it again next week my family loves it
Ok, a couple of things...#1 this is not a pretty dish. I know that we eat with our eyes before we even pick up a fork. That being said, you do need to pick up that fork and try it. #2 It is bland. You need to put in spices that appeal to you. I fo0und it to be quite bland until I added in some dried spices; basil, parsley, etc. It gives it a much more complex flavor. Other than adding in the spices, this dish is delish. just not pretty. This dish reminded me of chicken and dumplings because I didn't roll the dumplings out and cut them I simply dropped them into the broth. I also used slices of the pork shoulder roast I recently made in place of the chops which I think lended itself to its tenderness.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork and Dumplings
Serving Size: 1/7 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 7
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 382
** Calories from Fat: 93
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