In order to make Bisquick dumplings, form a soft dough by mixing Bisquick with milk, drop the dough into boiling broth, and cook for several minutes until done. This recipe makes 10 servings.
In order to make Bisquick dumplings:
- Gather ingredients
- Make dumpling dough
- Cook the dumplings
Milk, Original Bisquick mix and boiling water, broth or stew for cooking is needed. Dropping the dumplings into a meat or vegetable stew is recommended for the best results and perfectly cooked dumplings.
Once broth is boiling, make the dumplings by combining 2/3 cup of milk with 2 cups of Original Bisquick mix. To ensure proper measurement, do not pack the mixture into measuring cup. Stir the Bisquick mix and spoon into a dry measuring cup until it is slightly overflowing and level with a straight-edged utensil. Stir the mixture until it is well combined, forming a soft dough. The recipe can be halved or doubled. To add more flavor to the dumplings, a teaspoon of dried herbs can be added to the mix.
Drop the dumpling dough by the spoonful into the boiling stew. Reduce heat and allow to cook uncovered for 10 minutes. Cover and cook an additional 10 minutes.
Blackberry dumpling cobbler also uses Bisquick as one of the main ingredients with which to make dumplings. Combine 2 16-ounce bags of frozen blackberries, 1 1/3 cups of sugar and 1/4 cup of butter in a saucepan. Heat at medium until the mixture boils. Stir it until everything is combined and the sugar is dissolved, and then remove the mixture from the heat.
To make the dumplings, add 3 8-ounce packages of Neufchâtel cheese and 2/3 cups of sugar to a bowl. Beat the ingredients until they form a fluffy texture, and gradually add in 2/3 cup of fat-free milk. Stir in 3/4 cup of old-fashioned oats and 2 1/4 cups of Original Bisquick mix. Pour 2/3 of the mixture on the bottom of a baking dish for the crust. Layer on the blackberries. Finally, use the rest of the Bisquick mixture to make dumplings on the top by dolloping spoonfuls of the batter onto the blackberries. Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 35 minutes until the dumplings turn golden-brown.