Slow Cooker Rustic Chicken Stew

Slow Cooker Rustic Chicken Stew created by stormylee

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6hrs 5mins
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directions

  • Combine the first 5 ingredients in the crockery pot.
  • Stir in the next 5 ingredients.
  • Cover and cook on LOW until the chicken is done and the vegetables are tender, 7-9 hrs.
  • or on HIGH 4-6 hrs.
  • Stir in the peas and cook until they are done, 15 to 30 minutes.
  • (Note: Baby carrots make a quick and easy substitute for the 1" thick carrot slices).
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  1. stormylee
    Slow Cooker Rustic Chicken Stew Created by stormylee
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  2. stormylee
    This was so easy and very good! Loved the thyme in this. Instead of celery seeds I used a bit of minced celery, and I also made this on the stovetop, simmering (covered) for about an hour in all. Made for a lovely dinner, thank you for sharing!
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  3. Mom_Of_Three
    This was very good! Mine was more like a chicken soup than a stew. I did not have onions, so could not use any. Also used baby carrots. I also omitted the mushrooms. The only thing I did not like was the fat that I had to keep skimming off the top. Any suggestions for that? Other than that, it was a great soup, and even better the next day! Will def. make again!
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  4. murray.lindsey
    The flavor was really good, but I should have used more chicken broth - lacked a little bit of umf!
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  5. HeatherDiane
    This was easy, fast and tasty. I had only bouillon in my pantry, and it ended up more like a soup. But the seasonings were perfect! I didn't defrost my chicken, so therefore put in whole chicken breasts, then cut them up after they cooked. It worked well. Thanks, Audrey!
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