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Chicken and Dumplings-leftover dumplings ?

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madeliner Aug 15, 2011 08:34 PM

When making Chicken and dumplings if you plop too many in there and no one can eat anymore is it ok to save them maybe in a sealed container or are they best tossed in the trash and made fresh with leftover stew?

Just thinking saving money would be nice-not at the point I would sacrifice money for flavor but you never know-I could be there soon -where I am things are sadly super bad

anyway thanks if you can help-making a few fresh dumpling isn't going to break the bank - actually either way it's affordable

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  1. Bada Bing RE: madeliner Aug 15, 2011 08:52 PM

    Never had such a problem. ;)

    But I'd put the dumplings in zip-lock bags or a tupperware, perhaps separate from most of the fluid of the stew. They can warm up nicely simmered over leftover stew or even gently microwaved.

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      madeliner RE: Bada Bing Sep 10, 2011 01:36 PM

      Thanks Bada Bing sounds like a good idea

    2. jnk RE: madeliner Sep 10, 2011 01:57 PM

      I too would save them and perhaps slice them (if they're large enough) and /or just saute them in some butter as a side for almost anything.

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        madeliner RE: jnk Sep 17, 2011 01:56 PM

        JNK that sounds delicious-thanks for the that-I will use them that way-yum

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