Chicken and dumplings is a home comfort food. And this big pot of family style chicken and dumplings is gluten free and dairy free! But you wouldn’t know it, because this pot of soup is totally delicious and crazy addicting. In this house, we have this soup over and over, even during the summer months, because everyone just loves it so much! The creamy texture and rich creamy flavor will have you thinking, “this can’t be gluten free dairy free!”.
So, I literally just wrote a post on food photography lighting. And then as I went to save it, WordPress logged me out. When I signed in again, my whole post had vanished! Ugh!!!! Let’s just say, I am not happy about re-writing the whole thing again (Cue sad face please). Sorry for the totally random rant about my day:) Moving on.
Chicken Soup Love
Anyway, on a happier note, this soup is to die for! Not joking when I say this is my absolute favorite soup! This recipe was actually created by my lovely sister.
I am in love with this soup! Many times has She made a pot of this soup. And it was devoured… by only the two of us. Ha ha…:) What can I say? Chicken soup has always had a special spot in my heart. I probably get way too excited at the thought of some broth and veggies, but hey.
This soup is made with dumplings that consist of purely rice flour… no extra gluten free flour mixes. No hassle of mixing up different flour blends. Just good old rice flour. In my opinion, and my family’s, this soup is incredibly creamy! Which is fairy surprising. Because, normally rice flour has a kinda grainy texture. The only problem with this soup is that it with every bite, I only want more!
I was debating on publishing this recipe with the large serving size it is. But then I thought about how there are rarely leftovers in this house. So I kept it at 10 servings. Of course, to change the serving size, simply select the arrows next to the serving amount. This will automatically calculate measurements for smaller or larger servings. Enjoy every bite, because I bet there isn’t going to be left overs.