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Bring to a boil your chicken breast, short thighs, or leg quarters etc. (short-thighs or leg-quarters work really well because the skin on the chicken tends to makes a lot of chicken broth).
Season with salt, pepper, and onions or your favorite seasoning.
After the broth has formed, and your chicken is completely done (you should have quite a bit of broth left, because you’re dumplings and your chicken should have a salsa broth over them). Take out a a can of Pillsberry buttermilk biscuits i’m your refrigerator and just pulled the tell apart into little balls or sections and add it into the boiling hot chicken broth. The biscuit dough will thicken the chicken broth slightly.
Let stand or cool slightly: Enjoy!!!🙂!
Cover the bottom of a pot or fryer
with water, seasoning ham (I use a round steak ham from my grocer with the bone in) or a small amount of smoked bacon, onions if you would like, and bring to a boil.
From the produce section in your grocery store: Baby spinach or spinach in general is sold in bags in the salad section or sometimes in containers:
Add spinach to the boiling water and cook until it looks wilted but not mushy. It takes about 5 to 10 minutes or maybe less it depends on the texture that you like. Season to taste with a little salt and pepper and add a little butter. You can also cut up the ham for a little added smoke flavor if you would like!!! and enjoy!!!❤️!!!
Bring your water to a boil, add in some salt, pepper, and butter .
Reduce or lower your heat under boiling water.
Add your rice, gently lift are move your rice around in extremely hot water with a spoon or fork. (Be careful).
Replace the pot lid on the pot and cook or simmer until the remaining water or moisture cooks out. I love to place my rice neatly on the plates and cover with the chicken and dumpling and broth. (To each individuals taste). It depends on your likes!!!!🙂!
Takes about 30 minutes to make, serves about 12:
3/4 cup sugar / divided
1/3 cup flour
Sprinkle of salt
3 to 6 eggs separated
2 cups of milk
1/2 teaspoon of vanilla
45 to 50 Nilla wafers / divided
5 Ripe bananas sliced
Heat oven to 350°F:
Blend in 1/2 cup of sugar, flour, salt in a pot. (I use a regular pot and not a double boiler, but if you use this method watch your custard closely because it can burn). blend in 3 to 6 egg yolks and 2 cups of milk, could need more milk if egg count is higher than 3 (I usually double my recipe because I have a big family). It takes about 10 to 15 minutes for custard to thicken. Remove from heat and add vanilla.
Separate wafers: leave a few for garnishing:
Spread a small amount of the custard on the bottom of the baking dish. Cover custard with a layer of wafers and bananas. Cover wafers and bananas with custard. Repeat the process if possible (you should end up with custard on the top).
Beat 3 to 6 separated egg whites:
In a mixing bowl beat egg whites until soft peaks form. Gradually beat in remaining sugar until stiff peaks form (sweeten to taste). Some people may have a sweet tooth like me, but others may not like it as sweet.
Spread beaten meringue or egg whites over the custard from edge to edge. And bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool slightly and garnish with remaining wafers! Enjoy!🙂!
Let me know how your recipe turned out?
Do you guys have other recipes for a delicious banana pudding, if so, share with us on my Instagram page or Facebook. Thank you!!!❤️!!!! Shirley-
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