Turkey Dumpling Noodle Something
We had one of those frozen turkeys leftover from the holidays and decided to free up some freezer room. It thawed in the basement fridge for a couple of days and then spent a few hours simmering it in a big pot with lots of veggies because we wanted a nice stock to come out of the effort. I had dumplings in mind. I made a half recipe, using only 1 cup of flour, rolled the dough very thin, and let it air dry for a couple of hours. The dumplings nearly disappeared in the pot they were so thin! Mrs J said she would need a few crackers, disappointed that the dumpling were so scarce. I have to say, though, that the broth was great – thick and tasty!We had plenty of broth left and, lest it go to waste, I boiled some wide egg noodles in a separate pot to add in lieu of more dumplings. They were good, not dumpling good, but they sufficed.
Posted on March 21, 2017, in Back to Basics Cooking, Fun with Food, JeffreyW, Recipes and tagged broth, dinner, dumplings, egg noodles, lunch, soup, stew, turkey. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Turkey Dumpling Noodle Something.