Snow Day Chicken ‘n Dumplins

Editor's note:  This recipe is also affectionately known as "Sandee's Chicken and Dumplins" in honor of a dear childhood friend of mine who lost her sweet daddy to lung cancer.   Enjoy this easy southern recipe

Editor’s note:  This recipe is also affectionately known as “Sandee’s Chicken and Dumplins” in honor of a dear childhood friend of mine who lost her sweet daddy to lung cancer.   Enjoy this easy southern recipe on a cold, snowy day!

Snow Day Chicken ‘n Dumplins  (or Sandee’s Chicken ‘n Dumplins)

3 chicken breasts

1 can low-sodium chicken broth

2 cans biscuits (original, not buttery)

  • Cook 3 chicken breasts by boiling or about 45 minutes in large pot (fill slightly less than ½ full with water).
  • Take chicken out and cut into small pieces and put back in pot. Add salt and paper and a can of low-sodium chicken broth.
  • Take 2 cans of biscuits (original, not buttery), and put on a piece of wax paper.
  • Flatten biscuits with hand about the size of a saucer and roll in flour (flour will help thicken the broth).
  • Get the chicken back to a rolling boil, leave on high, and tear the biscuits apart into large pieces, about 3 dumplings per biscuit.
  • By the time the last biscuit is in, they are done!
  • Add more salt and pepper to taste.

 

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Cindy Chafin
Cindy Chafin, M.Ed., MCHES® serves as editor-in-chief of Unconditionally Her. Through her many years as a masters-level certified health educator and 18-year employment in a higher education setting – as well as several years as a graduate and doctoral student – she has written countless articles, essays, publications, grant applications, proposals, reports, and other technical and creative writing documents. In addition to her training and professional work experience, she spent four years as volunteer editor of New Focus Daily, a publication of the Women Survivors Alliance, a national women cancer survivors-focused organization based in Nashville, Tennessee.
While serving as editor of Unconditionally Her, a women-focused magazine which provides content on anything from recipes, travel, books, and everything in between, she has a special interest in fitness, health, and well-being. She is certified by the National Commission on Health Education Credentialing (NCHEC) and was part of the first cohort to receive master's level designation. NCHEC certifies health education specialists, promotes professional development, and strengthens professional preparation and practice. She is proud to be a CHES® and has been a public health professional for many years after receiving her graduate degree in health promotion and education from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. She was a personal trainer and group fitness instructor for many years and looks forward to re-engaging with women one-on-one as a health coach pending completion of her certification and doctoral degree to supplement her public health and academic work.

She currently is the Associate Director for Community Programs for the Center for Health and Human Services at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, located just outside of Nashville, where she has been a project director of multiple grants since 2002 and served as interim director from 2015-2018. Cindy offers her consulting services and volunteer hours under the umbrella of Community Health Collaboratives, LLC which she founded in 2002 for organizations such as Unconditionally Her and other non-profit and charity organizations. She is pleased to promote empowerment and confidence of women readers across the globe, and to provide inspiration, motivation, and voice for social change through her role as editor-in-chief of Unconditionally Her.
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