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Slow-Cooker Chicken Cacciatore

Slow-Cooker Chicken Cacciatore recipe
photo by:kraft
Tomatoes and chicken simmer along with fresh onions, garlic and peppers in the slow cooker, just waiting to be amazing as soon as you walk in the door.
15 min
6 hr 15 min
8 servings
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I would make this recipe again however I would use boneless chicken instead of bone-in. I will also try it over pasta.
This was great! I used everyone's suggestions here. Put the onions in with the chicken, but add the mushrooms and peppers in the last hour. I used green and red peppers and black olives - zucchini would have been good, too. I used chicken thighs, which fell off the bone, so I shredded the chicken before serving, which was easier that I thought it would be. We had it over mini penne pasta. I used a tablespoon of Italian seasoning, too. You won't be disappointed!
The recipee was very easy to make. I loved the taste of everything and especially the conveinence.
The flavor was good but I would definately only make this with boneless chicken.
every morsel was eaten (exept the bones of course)
I love this recipe! My whole family loves it and eats it! It is so nice to throw it all in the crockpot and then just put on some rice later.
Amazingly simple and VERY good!! I added more vegetables (zucchini) than called for as they do cook down a lot.
It was love at first bite when I originally had this but all the other recipes I found to recreate it were WORK. I do love easy. The personal change I made was to add capers toward the end; just long enough to heat them through. I also used pasta in place of the rice. It was just like that the first time, minus the waiter in a white coat! (and the price)
This has a very wonderful flavor and it is very easy to make. My hubby told me to put this on his "A" list.!!
I omitted the mushrooms and onions since my husband doesn't like them. The chicken was very juicy and tender, it fell off the bone. Per user comments I added the peppers during the last 30 minutes of cooking and used a large can of crushed tomatoes in puree. The only thing we will do differently is to serve this over pasta instead of rice. We didn't like the texture and taste of this with rice. Also, I had fresh cilantro on hand and it smelled and tasted wonderful.
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