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I had intended to make this exactly as written, which I usually do before making changes. I was out of a couple things so I did use Diced Tomatoes with Basil & Garlic, and used packaged Taco Seasoning instead of the Italian Seasoning. This was almost to simple to be so good! The chicken flavor was heavenly, moist & juicy. The leftovers made wonderful sandwiches. I will be using this recipe a lot - probably again this week!
I was running late and just put in the tomatoes and garlic. I wasn't expecting anything amazing, but it was easy. After an epically horrible, terrible, no good very bad day, I came home to a condo smelling heavenly and a fabulous dinner.
Normally when I try a new recipe from here, I go with what's written and tweak it on subsequent makings. This time around, I decided to experiment from the get-go. We only had two chicken breasts, so I just went with it. I used 3-4 cloves of garlic, 1/2 an onion (which I placed in the bottom of the slow cooker under the chicken) and a Tbsp. of Italian seasoning. I also added 1.5 Tbsp. of aged balsamic vinegar which added a lot of depth of flavor. Because there were only two chicken breasts, I opted for cooking for six hours. This was too long a time for the amount of chicken we had and it came out a little dry. I'll still be making it again as the sauce came out really well. This recipe almost seems like it would be a good basis for Chicken Cacciatore, but I'll have to play with it some more. Looking forward to making this again!
I made this simple recipe but it just didn't sound that flavorful so I added the following: I used a 28 oz can of diced tomatoes, some Worcestershire sauce, uncooked brown rice, an entire box of vegetable broth to compensate for the added rice, and 3 tablespoons stick butter set on top of mixture and allowed to seep though ingredients as they cooked. I will admit it turned out tasting a bit on the "rich" side but it sure was good! Sent in my husbands lunch the next day and he said he couldn't wait for lunchtime. Re-heats very well. Will make again it was so easy.