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I LOVE chicken & dumplings so when I found this I added my own spin to it and lowered the fat and calories. This is the best chicken and dumplings I've ever had which is amazing since I'm never satisfied with my cooking! You can have a full cup of this hearty comfort food for only 284 calories and 3.8 grams of fat! The sodium could be reduced if homemade biscuits are used instead of the canned biscuits, but if sodium isn't a problem this is a very fast and easy way to make chicken & dumplings!Submitted by STEPH2003
Skinless chicken is the basis of this delicious stew with cornmeal dumplings made with low-fat milk.
This is a makeover of Cracker Barrel's Chicken & Dumplings. My aunt had created the original recipe which called for 1.75 lb chicken and whole milk. It was always one of my families favorite dinners that I made once in a while on special Sundays. Recently, I decided to try a healthier version of it with lower calories, cholesterol & sodium to see if it would pass the "family test". It did! They couldn't tell the difference. The healthy version of this recipe went down 76 calories, 31mg cholosterol & 1104 mg of sodium per serving.
On a side note, I know some people who use prepackaged biscuit dough to make their dumplings to make it easier but I don't like the taste of the perservatives because it makes the whole recipe taste like it came out of can. There is nothing like homemade!
Submitted by INDIANAGAL1
I just whipped this recipe up to use a little leftover chicken I had and to feed my "hungry as a bear" husband some lunch and it was a hit. You may wish to season a little different according to taste.Submitted by ITALIANICE57
Quick and comparitively healthy - I use reduced fat bisquick for the dumplings. Awesomely good and filling - a good comfort food fix with a lot of protein.
NOTE: To make this lower sodium, find a low sodium bisquick alternative.Submitted by HHUSTON
This is a family favorite around here so I am glad it is reasonable in the cal department with out any changes though I should warn you one cup just isn't enough so make sure you have enough room for at least two. You can replace chicken broth with water to reduce cals more but be warned you lose some of the flavour.Submitted by AMANDABIBLE2002
Adapted from http://www.nationaldairycouncil.org/Recipes/Pages/Greek-Chicken-Wrap-with-Tzatziki-Herb-Yogurt-Sauce.aspxSubmitted by RLINCO