Chicken, Bacon and Mushroom Slow Cooker Casserole

Chicken, Bacon and Mushroom Slow Cooker Casserole

12 reviews, 3.9 star(s). 77% would make again

Ready in 6 hours

Easy and delicious


8 Chicken thighs
1/4 cup Plain flour
2 tablespoon olive oil
200 grams Bacon; chopped
500 grams Mushroom; halved
1 Onion; chopped
2 cloves Garlic; crushed
800 grams Tomato; canned
140 gram Tomato paste

Original recipe makes 4



Toss chicken thighs in plain flour. Heat oil and fy over high heat to brown.

Add chicken to crockpot.

Fry bacon, button mushrooms, onion and garlic and cook 5 minutes until golden.

Add mixture to crock pot with tinned tomatoes and tomato paste.

Cook covered on low for 4-6 hours or hight for 2-3 hours.

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Topped with savory spice

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This went over fairly well with my little family but I do agree with others in saying that the sauce was a little too liquidy. as a standalone. The smell while cooking was a little off but tasted ok in the end. What I should have done was served it over rice or pasta. Maybe I will give it another go sometime!
MauraSpeckt 2y ago

I added a box of penne pasta with about an hour left and it absorbed up the flavored and was great. Alone this needs a side dish, but add pasta and your meal is complete.
bob_dellinger3 3y ago

dbwiant 3y ago

Spurred on by the mouth watering photo and positive reviews I decided to give this recipe a go. Oh dear - The smell isn't at all appetizing, the flavour is strong and overpowering and there is something of a fatty aftertaste. I finally gave up and threw it in the bin. Sorry.
davidrobinson 3y ago

Did not like the smell while cooking but it tastes much better than it smells! Served with pasta (pasta, butter, fresh basil and oregano, salt, pepper and Parmesan)
jenniferfrye1 3y ago

made this for my family and it was a hit but I did try the smokey bacon. My son (22 years old) said the taste was a bit over powering so maybe next time, I will try it with just regular bacon. The sauce was quite thick so I don't know what others were talking about (check out my picture). Served with Coconut Rice, with a side of fresh cuccumers and tomatoes. Its on my favorites now.
Greco 4y ago

Made this today, 4hrs on high and the family loved it!! Gorgeous yummy flavours..little runny but just added some cornflower at the end to thicken it up! Will b a firm favourite from now on! :-)
Yummymummy06 4y ago

Omg! Substituted bacon for smoked bacon. Have to say tastes like heaven. Really rustic. Served with crusty rolls. Winter has finally arrived. It's minus 2 here and this is just what the doctor ordered after bring at w
erikmitchell 4y ago

Very yummy, family loved it. Will definitely make again.
Anna82 4y ago

I agree, even after 6 hours it was still quite liquid - my adjustment was I quickly made some rice, and simply served the chicken dish over it. Came out great.
KeyserSoze14 5y ago

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