Total Time
2hrs 15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 2 hrs

Joining Recipezaar has caused me to start going back through old recipes and discovering old favorites that have "gotten lost" through the years. This is an old one that I got from a friend after eating it at her house and enjoying it. Italian food is always enjoyed at my house.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Heat oil, brown chicken on each side for about 5 minutes, remove from pan and set aside.
  2. In a large pot break up the whole tomatoes, add the onions, tomato sauces, water and mushrooms; bring to a boil, turn down heat and add chicken and spices.
  3. Cook uncovered for about 2 hours or until chicken is done and sauce thickens.
  4. CROCKPOT- If you prefer, brown the chicken and put everything together into a crockpot to cook, but allow more time for cooking.
  5. This is good served with noodles- rigatoni or otherwise.

Reviews

(3)
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I was looking for a crockpot recipe and this was in a crockpot cookbook and didn't realize it was stove top till I printed it. No matter, it was very easy to do. I used more garlic and no cloves. Although onions weren't in the directions, I added a spring onion. This smelled so good cooking and we served it with brown rice. Everyone liked it. Glad I stumbled upon it! I will save the leftover sauce for another dish.

WI Cheesehead July 20, 2009

What a wonderful aroma from this dish! The spice combination was excellent and the resulting sauce of just the right thickness for pasta. I made this using fresh garlic and chopped onion (Onion is in the instructions but missing from the ingredient list)which I sauteed before adding the liquids. Served over fettucini--a very nice meal.

Chef Kate May 03, 2005

Awesome recipe that will be a part of my rotation. I always loved slow cooked pork in homemade tomato sauce, but the chicken was fantastic. The seasoning give the dish an exotic almost indian type of flavor. Nice job Trish!

NJstixx February 05, 2005

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