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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.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
6 hr 15 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
4/9/2013
Great recipe my girls love it!
posted:
11/18/2012
This was fantastic, like others I put my own twist on it using fire roasted tomato and adding a small can of tomato paste (Italian seasoned) I also opted for chicken breast and angel hair pasta. Great way to get kids to eat their veggies, zuchinni and all. Thank you for the fantastic recipe.
posted:
11/17/2012
I'm rating this recipe "good" because to make it "superb" I also modified it a bit. Instead of dark meat, I used about 3 lbs of boneless skinless chicken breast cut into cubes and sauteed the chicken in the Italian dressing about 5 mins. Although, I'm not sure how necessary that step actually is. It may turn out fine just throwing the raw chicken in and mixing in the Italian dressing. The chicken turned out SOOO tender by the end. I used a whole 28 oz can of crushed tomato's, about 1/4 cup of Chicken Stock. As mentioned earlier, it was a little watery, but adding the small can of tomato paste about 3 hours in made the consistency PERFECT. I used two cloves of mint garlic instead of two and to make sure it didn't turn out bland I also seasoned with salt, pepper, thyme leaves and oregano. YUM. As far as the vegetables the only thing I did differently was that I only used 1/2 an onion instead of a whole onion. The cook time may vary by your crock pot. I cooked mine on low for only a
posted:
10/27/2012
This recipe came out great with modifications I followed from several reviews. I skinned the chicken (this was obvious to me as the added grease would not have been a benefit), doubled the tomatoes (diced), added a number of vegetables which we like (most in the last hour) and put in some chicken broth. The reason I put in broth was due to the comments about a lack of salt and it appeared from the get go there was not enough water for a blend that was going to cook for 6 hours. In the last 10 minutes or so I added a can of tomato paste to thicken as that is the way we like it. Next time I will debone the chicken after a few hours. I like to cook with the bones as it adds flavor but don't like to hunt for bones when it is fall of the bone done. Doubling the tomatoes and vegetables has provided a great start to quick spaghetti sauce for another meal.
posted:
10/14/2012
Although this was very easy to put together, the end result was not what I expected. It was definitely missing flavor so maybe add salt and pepper while it's cooking.
posted:
10/11/2012
Hi, my name is Maria. This is an amazing recipe. I love all your recipes so much that I added this one to my blog, but giving the link to here, as the original source, as I always do with everything I publish. Thank you very much for your time and kind consideration.
posted:
7/16/2012
I used diced tomatoes instead of crushed. Delicious.
posted:
5/26/2012
I can't believe this recipe has any good reviews. I thought it tasted GROSS-- and by gross, I mean that I took 2 bites and couldn't even finish it. My kids didn't like it either. My husband, who eats anything and everything, ate it, but agreed that I shouldn't make it again. YUK! Waste of ingredients.
posted:
4/2/2012
I double the tomatoes and use boneless skinless chicken thighs. Used diced tomatoes with basil and olive oil and blended in the food processor. Just wonderful!!!
posted:
3/22/2012
I thought the dish was very good, but I would make some alterations the next time I make it. I would most definitely use skinless chicken as chicken with skin produces too much grease (I'd skip the browning step as this doesn't seem to do much). I like garlic so I would add more, and definitely add the vegetables toward the end of the cooking time. I thought the chicken was flavorful, but this is not a salty dish so if you like a more salty flavor you will need to add more seasoning. I added tomato paste to thicken the sauce since it was so greasy (I used chicken with skin).
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