I didn't try this recipe, however, this is not the traditional "Southern" method to make "dumplins".
You use a roasting chicken season it well & boil with onions. Once you've finished boiling it, you remove the whole chicken from the pot & reserve the broth.
While the chicken is boiling, make the dough by mixing the flour & water and rolling the dough into STRIPS. Slowly drop the strips of dough into the pot to cook. Remove chicken from the bone and drop into the pot with the dumlings. Add a lot of pepper for flavor.
You don't need to add extra flour as this recipe calls for because the flour on the dumplings should be sufficent to me the soup a nice consistency. If not, remove a cup of broth to mix with flour to thicken the soup.
Option: some people use a can of biscuits and pinch pieces of dough into the broth OR roll out the buiscuit dough into strips. You must add FLOUR onto the table / rolling pin to prevent sticking.
Parsley, carrots, corn, celery & other veggies were not included with the traditional southern recipe. (that's considered chowder or chicken soup with dumplings)
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I didn't try this recipe, however, this is not the traditional "Southern" method to make...