Crock Pot Artichoke, Chicken and Olives

Crock Pot Artichoke, Chicken and Olives created by jessicajturner

Do you want something different in a crock pot recipe...this is it. The fresh Mediterranean flavors are a treat and so is the couscous.

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4hrs 20mins
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  • Rinse chicken& set aside.
  • In a 3 1/2 qt crock pot combine mushrooms, undrained tomatoes, frozen artichoke hearts, chicken broth, onion, olives,& wine/broth.
  • Stir in tapioca, curry powder, thyme, salt,& pepper.
  • Add chicken.
  • Spoon some of the tomato mixture over chicken.
  • Cover& cook on LOW for 7 to 8 hours or on HIGH for 3 1/2 to 4 hours.
  • Serve with hot cooked couscous.
  • Serves 6.
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"Do you want something different in a crock pot recipe...this is it. The fresh Mediterranean flavors are a treat and so is the couscous."

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  1. jessicajturner
    Crock Pot Artichoke, Chicken and Olives Created by jessicajturner
  2. ellie_
    I really liked this easy to make soup/dish. I skipped the couscous and just had it like a thick and delicious soup/stew. Wonderful after a busy day at work. Thanks for sharing!
  3. LeahBurgoon
    I gave it three starts because hubby really liked it. He's in charge of crockpot Tuesdays and kept sending texts that he really liked how it smelled. I couldn't find artichokes to save my life, so I must have just not been looking. It wasn't bad, but not something I'd ever make again.
  4. Henrys Kitchen
    This was easy & really good! Used about 2 lbs of thighs, and still easily could have added more chicken. Only used 2 tsp curry, definitely will use at least 3 next time. Also used green olives and capers as suggested. Still neeeded salt. Will definitely make this again!
  5. Mowwow
    I was really expecting something special and exciting from the reviews I read but I guess the blend of flavors just didn't suit my personal taste. I used black olives and canned artichoke hearts and drained them both. I didn't really taste the diced tomatoes as much as I would have liked. Also, I didn't see that the tapioca had any effect on the soupy outcome.
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