I used a big turkey leg, meat off, but bones thrown in the pot to cook along with, and lardons, as no Canadian bacon here! No problem with the substitutions. I might cut down on the carrot next time, which adds a bit too much sweetness for us. Served with garlis toast made out of some really rustic sourdough. Very earthy lunch!
Actually really good. The wine and the rosemary complimented each other nicely. I just might make it again...
Here's one that goes into our list of "keepers." Manages to be both subtle and delicate and yet earthy at the same time. Served it with a simple salad, dressed with oil, vinegar and Romano, and some good bread to soak up the wonderful juices. Thanks for posting!
Awesome, just added some Celery and a little extra Rosemary as Pebbles suggested, will be making this again.
This stew is delicious. No adjustments needed and I had all the ingredients on hand. It's a keeper !!!
This was great. It was easy as is but it leads itself to lots of variation. We put it on the "keeper" list.
This was just simply wonderful . It was so easy to make and quick to cook. I have passed this recipe on to everyone I know who loves food. Thank you for a wonderful recipe. Jacinta
This was perfect for the ingredients I had on hand. I even got Dh to make some biscuits to go with this homey and comforting stew. And it didn't take a major effort to get a satisfying dinner on the table. Thank you, Lorac.
Great! I did this with 1 lbs of turkey tenders instead of the chicken, and 6 oz of lean canadian bacon. It was a bit more soupy because of less meat, but wonderful! I did not use any oil. The fresh rosemary really makes a difference.