Chicken Cacciatore Soup (Crock pot)
Zesty crock-pot chicken cacciatore that stands alone as a soup, but hearty enough to be served over pasta or rice."Zesty and delicious. My personal best in my opinion. I hope you try it and like it. I entered this recipe." - CheeseSammich
Yield: 12 Servings Ready in 5 hours
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|4 Chicken breasts boneless and skinless|
|29 ouncesTomato sauce|
|29 ouncesStewed tomatos|
|16 ouncesSherry cooking wine|
|1 smallOnion; white, chopped|
|3 stalksCelery; chopped|
|3 smallRed potatoes; chopped, 1cm cubes|
|4 tablespoonsGarlic; heaping, minced|
|1/2 cupFresh basil; chopped into strips|
|1/2 cupFresh cilantro; chopped|
|3 sprigsFresh rosemary|
|1 tablespoonBlack pepper|
|1 tablespoonChili powder|
|1 teaspoonOregano; dried|
Chicken Cacciatore Soup (Crock pot) Preparation
Place chopped potatoes in a pot of boiling water until soft enough to cut with a fork (15 to 20 mins), then strain.
Place chicken into crock pot. Pour in wine. Chop and add all the veggies, herbs and seasonings, add the potatoes, then pour the tomato products over the top. Cover and cook on high for 4 hours. Using a cooking spoon, break up the chicken breasts into small bits, stir until even, then cover and cook on low for another hour or until potatoes are soft all the way through. Add salt to taste.
Can be served over pasta or rice, but recommended served alone as a soup.
Cooking time may vary especially if cooked over a stove, but cook just long enough to get the potatoes soft and you should be good. Cooking too long can lead to burning the tomato base. Pre-boiling the potatoes should help eliminate this problem.
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Zesty and delicious. My personal best in my opinion. I hope you try it and like it. I entered this recipe.
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