New This Month

Watch

This comfort-food recipe combines chicken thighs, plump dumplings, and plenty of vegetables for a meal that's warm and filling. These chicken and dumplings are ready in about an hour, so try them for a weekend meal.

Source: Everyday Food, April 2006
Total Time Prep Servings

Ingredients

Directions

Similar Recipes

Reviews

5
4
3
2
1
766
How would you rate this recipe?
766
  • fisher61887778357
    26 FEB, 2019
    Incredibly bland - I threw away what was left after one serving. Also needs much more broth as the dumplings soak up so much. What I will do from now on is take my favorite chicken noodle soup recipe, eliminate the noddles, add flour after sauteing the vegetables (to thicken the broth), add much more broth, and make dumplings.
    Reply
  • MS11749222
    27 JAN, 2019
    This is an amazing recipe that makes you look like a professional chef! You can even cheat and use refrigerated biscuits in a can for the dumplings. Just use kitchen shears to cut them up.
    Reply
  • MS10509693
    19 DEC, 2018
    I use a half lb bag of baby carrots and just cut them lengthwise. Otherwise, the rest is easy peasy! My family LOVES this recipe and I make this for sick friends or family. It's so warm and comforting and the flavors are not too overwhelming. Pair it with a simple salad and a banana or lemon cake and they have lunch for the next day.
    Reply
  • Mies52541
    20 SEP, 2018
    I love this recipe! It's so good!!!!
    Reply
  • jfadmz
    25 JUN, 2018
    This is great for an evening supper, with even better leftovers for the next day. For Sunday dinner chicken and dumplings, however, I would use a firmer dough, roll it out, and let it dry a little around the edges to get more substantial dumplings. After they begin to disintegrate, the softer dumplings make an awesome leftover meal, and a great sauce for kebabs and rice, but as a main course on their own—firmer, more substantial, stick-to-the-ribs dumplings are better.
    Reply
    • jfadmz
      25 JUN, 2018
      This is not to say that I dislike what Ms. Stewart offered—it’s just not a family, weekend dinner sort of dish. On “Chopped,” she seems very thoughtful, unelitist, and fair. This is in contrast to Scott Conant, who hates black pepper, and grades contestants down for cooking asparagus just to the bright green stage, which I regard as perfect. This is a great evening repast/leftover/helper meal. It’s just not a Sunday after-church dinner main course.
  • MS10964952
    7 MAY, 2018
    Simple, easy and doesn't keep me in the kitchen. This is my step daughter's favourite dish for her birthday and that hasn't changed in 30 years. She also likes to have upside down pineapple cake. Thanks.
    Reply
  • MS10391601
    13 JAN, 2018
    The recipe instructions were exact. This was very easy to make. It came out perfect and was absolutely delicious. I thought at first it would be too thick, but as it continued to cook it developed into the best consistency. This is a winner recipe. Everything that Martha puts out has obviously been tested. I have never made a recipe from her that didn't turn out great. Thank you Martha Stewart!!! :-)
    Reply
  • kittandra96
    23 MAY, 2017
    Loved everything but the dumplings. I doubled the broth as other comments suggest to do, and it was perfect! But the dumplings were so bitter!! I loved the amount of dill in them; they initially tasted wonderful, although the aftertaste was completely overbearing. And yes, I double- and triple-checked that I used the correct amount of baking powder (tsp, not tbl). Also, the next day the leftover dumplings were soggy.
    Reply
    • canadayjan8152562
      30 DEC, 2017
      The bitterness you experienced may have been related to the kind of baking powder you used. Some people, me for instance, and possibly you, taste a bitterness in one kind of baking powder. Check the ingredients in your baking powder and see if you can find one with a different chemical active ingredient and try it in your baking. It could make all the difference in the flavor of items using baking powder.
    • MS11459018
      10 DEC, 2017
      Perhaps you used baking powder that is not aluminum-free? Could that be it?
  • MS12137010
    3 DEC, 2017
    Easy one pot meal that the whole family loves!
    Reply
  • demeter1923
    25 APR, 2017
    Delicious, quick and easy! My kids love it, too. I use any vegetables and fresh herbs I have on hand (herbs de Provence + fennel rocks it), more broth and double the (GF) biscuits.
    Reply

I'm in the mood for:

{{mainDropdownTitle}}
  • breakfast
  • lunch
  • dinner
  • dessert
  • an appetizer
  • a cocktail
{{secDropdownPreword}} {{secDropdownTitle}}
  • that's eggy
  • that's fruity
  • that's hearty
  • that's healthy
  • that's simple
  • that's a smoothie
  • that's a casserole
  • that's off the beaten path
  • that's light
  • that's packable
  • that's speedy
  • that's warming
  • that's kid-friendly
  • that's comforting
  • that's quick
  • that's healthy
  • that's a sunday dinner classic
  • that's vegetarian
  • that's seasonal
  • that's chocolaty
  • that's an american classic
  • that's easy
  • that's fruity
  • that's salty and sweet
  • that's over the top
  • that's crowd pleasing
  • that's simple
  • that's for a cocktail party
  • that's a dip or spread
  • that's healthy
  • that's cheesy
  • that's shaken not stirred
  • that's bubbily
  • that's good for a crowd
  • that's ideal for brunch
  • that's seasonal
  • that's simple
  • that's artisanal
See Recipes