I bought chicken tenderloins because they are easier to cut in bite size pieces and they are less expensive than breasts.
You could really throw in any vegetables you like, but I used onion, celery, and carrots. I diced all of that up and threw it in a stock pot with the cut up chicken and added a generous amount of salt and pepper. I added enough chicken stock to the pot to cover all of my ingredients and brought it to a boil. Once boiling, I reduced the heat and covered the pot and let it simmer for about 30 minutes.
While that simmered, I worked on my easy dumplings. I used a can of biscuits and flattened them out a little before cutting each one into 4-6 pieces. I sprinkled each side with a little flour and started dropping them one by one into my simmering pot.
I like mine a little thicker so I mixed some flour and water together and added it in until it was thick enough for me. The dumplings need to simmer for about 15-20 minutes before they are ready. You will be able to tell when they are done because they don’t float on the top anymore.
I paired this with some mashed potatoes and it was the best meal I have had in awhile. I love comfort food :)