ORV Food forum: Any Dumpling recipes to share?

 
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ImageHenryr10
Feb 21, 2010 9:51 AM CST
Name: Ric
Cincinnati, Oh
On the Honey Baked Ham.
We learned Meyers has one as good as the named Brand.
At about 1/2 the price.
It just called a Spiral Sliced Honey Ham.
“The pain I feel now is the happiness I had before. That's the deal.”
C.S. Lewis
joycet
Feb 21, 2010 2:02 PM CST
Name: Cookie
Franklin, OH
Veronica, those dumplings you had we always had and Mom called them "Sad".

The stuff that Karen is talking about she always called "rivels". I have no idea where the names came from, except I think they were "sad" because they didn't have any leavening in them..
ImageHenryr10
Feb 21, 2010 2:24 PM CST
Name: Ric
Cincinnati, Oh
Rivel Dough is German and best known in Amish/Mennonite cooking.
Potato Soup w/ Rivels (dumplings) is a staple.
You can make noodles from it too.

Sad may be a take on 'schade' German for Not Good. Das ist schade. That's not/no good.
So not good dumplings.
“The pain I feel now is the happiness I had before. That's the deal.”
C.S. Lewis
Imagenanniepb
Feb 21, 2010 2:30 PM CST
Name: Phyl
Mtns of East TN (Zone 6b)
I'd never heard of that kind either. The egg makes it sound German to me.

my neighbor makes cornmeal dumplings. they're not my favorite.
My next house will have no kitchen - just vending machines and a large trash can.

Bread Basket
Gardening in Tennessee
Imagekqcrna
Feb 21, 2010 2:42 PM CST
Name: Karen
Cincinnati, Oh
I am of German descent, but quite a few generations. My Mom did make some German dishes, but I think we ate more Italian, Slovak, and Hungarian type dishes than German stuff.

Gives me an idea for a new thread subject...

Karen
Imagenanniepb
Feb 21, 2010 2:53 PM CST
Name: Phyl
Mtns of East TN (Zone 6b)
we lived in Germany two different times when I was growing up. the last time I had a good friend whose mother was German and she would make Spätzle. thats what came to mind when you said you used egg in your dumplings.

I think I'll try it on my Dad.
My next house will have no kitchen - just vending machines and a large trash can.

Bread Basket
Gardening in Tennessee
ImageHenryr10
Feb 21, 2010 2:58 PM CST
Name: Ric
Cincinnati, Oh
LOL! If he survives...... then you try it?

“The pain I feel now is the happiness I had before. That's the deal.”
C.S. Lewis
Imagenanniepb
Feb 21, 2010 3:08 PM CST
Name: Phyl
Mtns of East TN (Zone 6b)
yup. Just call him "Mikey'. he'll eat anything. God bless his lil' heart. lol, do they say that in ORV?

thats a deep south thing for sure.

My next house will have no kitchen - just vending machines and a large trash can.

Bread Basket
Gardening in Tennessee
Imagekqcrna
Feb 21, 2010 3:18 PM CST
Name: Karen
Cincinnati, Oh
You might call me Mikey, too. As long as it's not mayo, and not made with mayo, I'll eat it.

Karen
badseed
Feb 21, 2010 7:00 PM CST
Name: Michele
Ohio
Hubby's mom used to make the thin/small dumplings you are talking about, usually in split pea soup (the ONLY way I like peas!) and she called them "ribblies" or "riplies" or something like that. Hubby doesn't even know for sure. LOL

Howdy everyone! I just sort of bounce from place to place. :)
ImageCajuninKy
Feb 24, 2010 9:21 AM CST
Name: Cheryl
Eastern Ky
Truth should be everpresent.
The easiest dumping I know is also the best I've had. Just cut flour tortillas in inch wide strips and drop into your simmering broth. Delish and quick as.
Please join me at my Websites:
At Home Away from Home ~ Cajun's Corner

Imagegemini_sage
Feb 24, 2010 3:03 PM CST
Name: Neal Linville
Winchester, KY
I've never heard of doing that- how clever! Sounds like they'd be good too!
ImageHenryr10
Feb 24, 2010 3:06 PM CST
Name: Ric
Cincinnati, Oh
Bon Appetit has a soup done w/ Tortilla Strips.
I'd never heard of it either.
“The pain I feel now is the happiness I had before. That's the deal.”
C.S. Lewis
ImageKizmo1
Feb 25, 2010 10:49 AM CST
Name: Kathy Parker
SE Ohio
has anyone made noodles/dumplings with wheat flour? Can I just sub half wheat flour? I'm speaking of the egg noodle type, as well...
Imagenanniepb
Feb 25, 2010 12:04 PM CST
Name: Phyl
Mtns of East TN (Zone 6b)
No Kathy, never tried.

my sister says tortillas work well too, but i must be old fashioned.
or set in my ways.
My next house will have no kitchen - just vending machines and a large trash can.

Bread Basket
Gardening in Tennessee
Imagekqcrna
Feb 25, 2010 7:59 PM CST
Name: Karen
Cincinnati, Oh
Wouldn't tortillas stay kind of--- flat--- for a dumpling?

I have eaten tortilla soup, and what I had sure didn't resemble dumplings.

Karen
ImageCajuninKy
Mar 26, 2011 11:40 AM CST
Name: Cheryl
Eastern Ky
Truth should be everpresent.
They don't turn into big balls but they do rise up a bit and they are not dense.

We were having a chicken dumpling dinner sale at church and some of the "precious" sisters were so adamant that certain customers would only eat "their" dumplings. We ran short and my DD whipped up a batch of her "instant" chicken and dumplings with canned chicken, canned soups and tortilla dumplings. The only ones who wanted seconds on the day were the ones who got DD's dumplings. You should have seen those sisters eating their crow. Too funny.
Please join me at my Websites:
At Home Away from Home ~ Cajun's Corner

ImageHenryr10
Mar 26, 2011 6:54 PM CST
Name: Ric
Cincinnati, Oh
Check this out.
'Google'

alton brown dumplings

then check out the videos.
The show 'Good Eats' he did on dumplings was superb.
“The pain I feel now is the happiness I had before. That's the deal.”
C.S. Lewis
Imagevic
May 25, 2011 9:28 AM CST
Name: Vicki
North Carolina
I've never made anything by Alton Brown that wasn't absolute delicious. He totally rocks.

Ric, I noticed the ham conversation further up and here is his ham recipe:

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/city-ham-reci...

Everytime I make this ham, I hear words like incredible, YUM, delish, heaven Rolling on the floor laughing It's such a unique flavor. I've never done the ginger snaps though...

vic
NATIONAL GARDENING ASSOCIATION Purslane & Portulaca ~ Garden Art
Imagegemini_sage
May 25, 2011 11:44 AM CST
Name: Neal Linville
Winchester, KY
When I'm browsing recipes for something or another, I'm finding Alton Brown's recipes top notch. I love the way he explains everything scientifically, and I feel like his recipes are well tested.

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