Mushroom Chicken Cacciatore

Mushroom Chicken Cacciatore

"Jane Bone from Cape Coral, Florida gives an Italian treatment to chicken by slow-cooking it in a zesty tomato sauce and serving it over spaghetti. 'It's great for company because it frees up time to spend with guests. Toss a salad and you're ready to eat,' she suggests."
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4 h 5 m servings
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  1. In a large skillet, brown chicken in oil on both sides. Transfer to a slow cooker. In a bowl, combine the tomato sauce, mushrooms, onion, wine or broth, garlic, oregano, thyme, salt and pepper; pour over chicken. Cover and cook on low for 4-5 hours or until chicken juices run clear. Serve over spaghetti.

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This recipe needed a few changes and I didn't do this in a crock pot. I did this in a dutch oven on top of the stove. I cut my chicken into cubes and browned it in the dutch oven using olive o...

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Overall, not very impressed with this recipe. I found the "sauce" too watery and kinda flavorless. I would reduce the amount of liquid and cut the cooking time by about an hour! Also, you may ...

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This recipe needed a few changes and I didn't do this in a crock pot. I did this in a dutch oven on top of the stove. I cut my chicken into cubes and browned it in the dutch oven using olive o...

I love this recipe, its perfect for days we have baseball practice. I use chicken broth and fresh mushrooms. And if anyone was wondering it is 168 calories before adding pasta. I choose to use w...

Overall, not very impressed with this recipe. I found the "sauce" too watery and kinda flavorless. I would reduce the amount of liquid and cut the cooking time by about an hour! Also, you may ...

I gave this a 4start because it sounds really good but note that I haven't tried it yet. I just have to comment on "Jillian's" post. How can you rate the recipe when you didn't follow it AT ALL?...

The sauce came out watery, so I added tomato paste. I also added basil and parsley, minced garlic and some spices to give it a kick...chicken came out dry, would add the chicken about 1 1/2 - 2...

This was a deep, rich, flavorful recipe. The only substitution I made was condensed tomato soup in place of the tomato sauce. Easy to prepare, delicious, and I will make it again.

Great casual dinner. Made 2 changes. Added some bacon and used fresh mushrooms. This is a dish you can add too or substitute different herbs and spices. Yes, there is a bit of sauce but if y...

Didn't love it. If I do it again, I will do more mushrooms and less onion. The chicken came out dry.

Excellent. Very tender & moist. I slow-cooked this all day about 6-7 hours.

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