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WOW you must have a humungous crock pot - I printed out as a 4-5 servings recipe and still there was no way I could have fit it all into my crock pot. Wasn't going to add the capsicum (sweet pepper) but also didn't add the onion or celery, due to DH's allergy problems and they would not have fitted in anyway. Only added 1 zuchinni and had to scale right back on the spinach (fresh), red cabbage, brocolli and fresh beans to 1/4 or 1/3 of specified amounts. Used 2 cups of fresh chicken consomme' and 1 cup of water and 1/2 kilo of skinned boneless chicken thighes and fresh oregano leaves torn and frozen corn kernels. DM said it was a thin stew, not a soup but we enjoyed - thank you MrsSPheonix, will make again but scale it back to 3 or less serves to fit the my crock pot. What I did cook I think could have fed 6 to 8 people as a meal with crusty bread (maybe original recipe could be changed to 12 to 16 serves). Made for Recipe September #9 - October 2007.
I loved this. After reading the other reviews, I cut all the ingredients in half as to fit in my crockpot. I did however use 4 chicken breasts. Everything fit but barely. My 4 yr old and myself were the only ones who finished their dinner. My husband is sick and my son's and husband aren't vege. eaters. I thought it was very good I ate 2 bowls. What do they know (their boys). Thanks MrsSPhoenix!
I have made this twice and have had to cut it down both times, and even use two crock pots!! I am tempted to try it without the chicken and use more seasoning! Next time I make it I will slim down the qty on each item so it all cooks in one pot. This veggie lover is thrilled to find this recipe!
This is so good! I used skinless chicken breasts and left out the cabbage and broccoli as my crockpot was too full to fit anymore in! Instead of corn kernals I stirred in a can of creamed corn, right at the end. This is very yummy, healthy and low-fat with skinless breasts.