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Crock Pot Chicken With Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Crock Pot Chicken With Sun-Dried Tomatoes created by Auntie Mags

Using plain sun dried tomatoes, not those packed in oil, reduces the fat in this dish. The tomatoes will soften in the cooking liquid.

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8hrs 10mins
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  • Slice tomatoes into julienne strips.
  • Combine with remaining ingredients in a 3-4 quart crock pot.
  • Cook on LOW for 8-9 hours or until chicken is thoroughly cooked and no longer pink in center.
  • Serve with hot cooked polenta or rice.
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"Using plain sun dried tomatoes, not those packed in oil, reduces the fat in this dish. The tomatoes will soften in the cooking liquid."
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  1. Kathy S.
    It smelled unbelievably good while cooking, fell short on the actual taste. It was just okay. I liked it more than my husband. Not a "keeper" recipe.
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  2. nocheeseplease
    Meh. Not impressed. The chicken was totally done after 4 hours to the point of being dry. And the flavor was really bland. Very disappointing after waiting 4 hours for it to be done. I'm bummed I have a crockpot full of this stuff leftover. I'm thinking I'll just drain the juice off and use it as a salad topping rather than throw it all away.
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  3. CHRISSYG
    My husband asked me if this was one of MY recipes... I couldn't claim it as my own, but he RAVED! ( I left out the olives, because I'm the only one that likes them) the only other change I made was to use more broth (enough to cover about half way up the chicken) from my experience with my crockpot, I just need that much liquid. We at this with brown rice and some yellow squash and zucchini saute'd...and it was delicious. Thank you for sharing with us.
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  4. Engrossed
    I liked this but didn't love it. I think it would be better not cooked in the crockpot. The mushrooms got way overcooked and were grey and rubbery and made a grey unappetizing broth. I followed the recipe but used green sliced olives. I think this would be good cooked on the stovetop with butter or olive oil with precooked diced chicken added and then served over pasta.
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  5. Hey Jude
    This was quite good, my family really enjoyed it. I served it with tri-color pasta and garlic bread. The only changes I made were to use fresh basil from my garden and I cooked it on low for only 4 hours as it looked quite done at that time. My crock runs a little hot, I think. Oh, and I used portobello mushrooms. Thanks for the recipe Annacia, I'll be making this one again!
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