Chicken, Carrots and Gravy made in slow cooker, served over Drop Egg Dumplings…
Directions for Chicken and Carrots in Slow Cooker
- 1 large boneless skinless chicken breast
- 4 regular size carrots
- 1 cups water
- 1 teaspoon paprika
- 1/2 teaspoon onion powder
- 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
- pepper to taste
- 2 reduced sodium chicken gravy mixes (do not put in slow cooker, these will be mixed later)
Place water in slow cooker turn on high, set in whole carrots at bottom of slow cooker, cut to fit if needed.
Set large boneless chicken breast on top of the carrots, sprinkle paprika, pepper, onion and garlic powder over chicken.
Cook for about 3 hours in slow cooker, until chicken is cooked thoroughly and carrots are tender.
Turn slow cooker to warm setting. Pour liquid into a medium saucepan to make gravy, should be about one cup of liquid, set aside.
Cut up chicken and sliced the carrots, leave in slow cooker.
In a small bowl mix both gravy packets with 1 cup cold water, while whisking to blend.
Pour gravy packets mixture into the sauce pan with liquid from chicken, on medium heat cook for a couple of minutes to a boil, make sure to whisk while cooking, turn off heat after it starts to thicken.
If it gets to thick add a little water, should make about two cups gravy.
Poor over chicken and carrots and mix. Serve over dumplings. Add a dalop of sour cream, optional.
Tip: easy version, serve over cooked wide egg noodles!
Egg Dumplings Directions
- 1 cup regular flour or gluten free flour
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 2 eggs, beaten with fork
- Few tablespoons water
- Medium sauce pot with water to boil and cook dumplings, (like you would to cook pasta).
Mix flour and salt in a medium mixing bowl, add eggs and blend together, now add water slowly until you get a sticky batter, not runny.
Bring the pot of water to a boil, (like your cooking pasta).
Place some of the batter on a saucer or small plate, take a teaspoon and dip in boiling water, now take teaspoon and flick/slide small amounts of batter off the edge of plate into boiling water.
Refill plate with more batter and repeat if needed.
You might have to turn heat down a little so pot doesn’t boil over.
The dumplings will start to float to top when cooked, in about 5 minutes they will be done.
Drain. Dumplings are ready to serve.