This was DELICIOUS. I had extra mushrooms too because I <3 mushrooms, but it turned out perfectly. Served it over mashed potatoes and added a bit of extra salt because I also <3 salt. Will definitely make this again, and will enjoy the leftovers over the next couple days.
I've made this a few times now - each time I love it more. I make it when I know I'm having friends over or when I know I'm not going to have time to make dinner during the week. I live alone, and I find it freezes pretty well. Love it over rice, or wide noodles.
This is a nice slow cooker chicken dish. Loved the addition of the mushrooms and added a bit more than the recipe called for because DH requested it. I did not have the tapioca and I started to thicken the sauce with a cornstarch/water slurry, but decided not to as I didn't want to change the flavor of the tomato sauce. Since I was serving this dish with rice, I left the sauce just as it was. Made for Spring PAC, April, 2013.
I was looking for a merlot recipe and this sounded great, I did not have chicken so I used 6 big pork chops and I also did not have tapioca so I thickened at the end with 1/4 cup milk & 2 Tbl spoons flour, everything else I followed to a T. Served over Farfalle pasta and it was amazing good! cant wait to try it with chicken or beef too! thanks, Allie
I used Merlot and thought the wine overpowered the dish. I did increase the garlic and added a little more chicken broth.
I made this for a potluck after a cold day of skiing. It was a big hit! I got lots of compliments on it. I've made it for myself twice since. I left out the wine for the potluck, but intend to try putting it in soon. Excellent!
Fantastic! I used vegetable broth rather than chicken stock. I used maybe two + cups and more more wine and tapioca just because I was going to leave the pot for more than 7 hrs on high and I was worried that it would get too dry. The flavors married and the result was a fantastic meal. I served it couscous. Even my DH that does not like chicken loved it! Thank you very much
Joanne, this was just delish. I used 1 pound of boneless skinless chicken breasts. I used a generic red cooking wine, and it was a little sweet, so I will find something more dry next time. DH and I have been enjoying the leftovers this week. Thank you, this is going in my "permanent" book!