Slow Cooker Chicken Stew Recipe
This Chicken Stew recipe is perfect for anybody who’s looking to cook a delicious meal for the whole family. The stew is extremely simple to make, and tastes absolutely delicious. The meat will come out tasting extremely flavorsome and succulent, and the vegetables will supplement the meat extremely well. Since the idea of a Slow Cooker is to make your life easier, we thought the first recipe we would cover is the Chicken stew. This recipe is extremely simple, and you won’t have to worry about getting it wrong at all. Whether you’re a novice, beginner or a professional, you’ll be able to cook up a great tasting stew for the whole family.
The recipe in question we’re going to be cooking is actually a much simplified and trimmed down version of a much more complex recipe. The best thing about slow cookers is that you can just wack the ingredients in and forget about it – unlike conventional oven cooking where food has to be turned over and constantly monitored.
Chicken Stew Recipe Ingredients
- Three chicken breasts (preferably boneless). Trim and cut each breast into cubes that measure roughly one inch.
- One large diced onion
- Four or five carrots that have been pealed and cut into roughly a one inch size
- Two to three celery stalks that have been diced
- Plenty of potatoes (a must have for any stew) – peal them back and cut them into one inch cubes
- Clean mushrooms and throw in 8 oz worth
- Roughly one cup of frozen corn
- One or two cans of chicken broth (depending on how much flavor you want)
- Diced tomatoes as per your preference
- 1x celery seed, 1x dry thyme, 1 x black pepper, 1 x cup of frozen peas
Chicken Stew Cooking Instructions
- First, prepare the vegetables and chicken as described above. Cut each vegetable into the desired size.
- Cut and trim the chicken into the sizes mentioned above, and ensure that the chicken is thoroughly cleaned.
- Place all ingredients into the slow cooker, with the exception of the peas.
- Cook for four hours on high temperature settings (or 8 hours on low settings). The longer you leave it to cook, the more flavorsome it will be.
- Add your peas roughly 20 minutes before the stew has finished cooking.
- Serve the Chicken Stew into bowls as needed.
There you have it, a succulent Chicken Stew that tastes absolutely brilliant – and won’t take more than 10 minutes to prepare and cook. If you don’t yet have a Slow Cooker, why not consider investing in a modernized slow cooker, such as the Cuisinart MSC-600 or theCrock-Pot SCCPVL610-S – both of which are fantastic slow cookers.
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