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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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My family really loved this dish, minus the mushrooms.I prepared it the night before so in the morning I just had to turn on the crock pot! Very easy to make!
my family enjoyed this recipe and so easy to do.
A great recipe and very easy to make. The chicken falls off the bones - no waste at all. Will certainly make it again. Ken
Got rave reviews with this dish, so easy to make! I think it would be even better to marinate the chicken before browning, I'm going to try that next time that I make this dish. I also added another clove of garlic to mine as we love garlic!
This was a tasty dinner that I will make again. I added some extra sauted mushrooms and peppers at the end for more color and texture. I served it over brown rice.
My husband and I really liked this recipie. I thought it could use a little more seasoning. I did add some wine to it, which was good. I made the mistake of adding to much tomotoes and liquid which made it a little to thin. But it was very very good, and I will make it again, that is for sure
I made this for my family and they flipped! A few variations: I doubled the garlic and used a 24 ounce can of crushed tomatoes. I also added 2 TBS of Bortelli Basil Pest for an extra bit of tast. EXCELLENT!!
This recipe is an answer to a busy cook's prayer. My husband is very particular and thinks only good tasting food takes time. I served this up with thin linquini and he thought I had been cooking for days to get the sauce just right. I didn't even brown the chicken. Loved the method using salad dressings - will try other vinagrettes like oriental or raspberry onion with appropriate veggies over rice condiderht
I've made this many times but have changed the recipe just a bit. I don't brown the chicken at all -- just add it to the pot with everything else and the chicken comes out tender and delicious everytime.
Recipe was easy, had a wonderful taste and aroma. I did add some of my own herbs & spices. I do this with all my recipes, and I added all drumsticks.
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