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This wonderful and hearty recipe for old-fashioned chicken and dumplings is courtesy of Scott Peacock.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, May Spring 2008
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  • ShadowsGathered
    16 JAN, 2015
    I am so happy to finally find someone else who puts hard boiled eggs in their chicken & dumplings! My Granny always did, but I've never met anyone else who'd even heard of adding eggs. This recipe made my day (and last night's supper!).
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  • Phyllis Smith
    1 APR, 2013
    I made this recipe for Easter Sunday, the sauce was wonderful, but my dumplings were awful. I think I must have rolled them out to thin. I'm normally a pretty good cook but this time I made a big mess. HELP!
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  • Chrissy Guthrie
    18 DEC, 2012
    It was good. I added rice and omitted the eggs. Also, when I made the stock I added 3 palms of Old Bay and 3 palms of salt once I removed the chicken. The recipe given for stock wasn't flavorful enough.
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  • judyjurgensen
    20 SEP, 2010
    The chicken and dumplings served at S
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  • SuzyCaso
    24 JUN, 2010
    Made this last night , after seeing it on tv in Australia , we are a bit behind , it was fantastic , easy to make and the hubby gave it a 10 / 10 , he wants it on the rotation :) loved it
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  • Isle_of_Skye
    9 MAR, 2009
    I missed seeing "his cookbook" while watching Martha and Scott fix his grandmother's chicken and dumplings. I was so wowed when I came out here to get the recipe and then realized I own his cookbook. The cookbook is awesome.
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  • DawnQ
    2 JAN, 2009
    We never called these dumplings, my grandmother called these Sliders. It is a great reciepe.Best comfort food there is. My dad did a version of this he called hawaiian chicken - the eggs add drained tidbits or crushed pineapple and green pepper and a little brown sugar
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  • mmsrjs
    25 JUL, 2008
    Well folks, if I have to break my Suzanne Somers way of eating it would be for this "chicken n Dumplings" I love dumplings. Mother used to make it onece in a while and I would mostly eat the dumplings alone. She did not leave the recipe, so I'm anxious to try this one. Thanks Martha
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  • annams
    3 JUL, 2008
    FYI: growing up in the south.....many old fashiion cooks added a boiled egg to chicken and dumplings.....same with giblet gravy. Anna MC
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  • pocohantas
    3 JUL, 2008
    The Native American's from Robeson County, North Carolina know as the Lumbee Tribe have been making a version of this for years. Instead of the cream i use Campbells cream of chicken broth mixed with the chicken stock sometimes we use just a little yellow food color for a better appearance. Jawanna Graham
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