Recipe by Gitta Bixenspanner

Savory Slow-Cooked Chicken Cacciatore

Savory Slow-Cooked Chicken Cacciatore add or remove this to/from your favorites
Meat Meat
Easy Easy
6 Servings


- Gluten - Wheat
8 Hours

No Diets specified

What could be better than coming home after a long day and having a delicious dinner waiting for you? Prepare your dinner ingredients in the morning or even the night before. Put everything in the crock-pot, and you will come home to this comforting and flavorful topper for cooked pasta.


Savory Slow-Cooked Chicken Cacciatore

  • 3 pounds cut-up chicken

  • 1 tablespoon olive oil

  • 4 cloves garlic, minced or 4 cubes Gefen Frozen Garlic

  • 2 teaspoons Italian seasoning, crushed

  • 1 pound mushrooms, sliced

  • 2 medium onions, chopped

  • 1 medium green pepper, cut into 2-inch strips

  • 1 (7.75-ounce) can spicy tomato sauce

  • 1 and 1/2 cups Manischewitz Chicken Broth or other chicken soup or water, divided

  • 1/4 cup cornstarch

  • 1 (16 ounce) package broad ribbon pasta or Tuscanini Fettucine, cooked according to package instructions and drained




Heat the oil in a 12-inch skillet over medium-high heat. Add the chicken and cook until well browned on all sides.


Stir the garlic, Italian seasoning, mushrooms, onions, pepper, spicy tomato sauce, and one cup stock in a six-quart crock-pot. Add the chicken and turn to coat.


Cover and cook on high for four to five hours or on low for seven to eight hours, or until the chicken is moist and tender.


Remove the chicken pieces and put into a dish. Stir the cornstarch and remaining stock in a small bowl until the mixture is smooth. Pour the cornstarch mixture in the cooker. Cover and cook on high for 20 minutes or until the mixture boils and thickens. Serve with the chicken over broad ribbon pasta or your favorite pasta.

Savory Slow-Cooked Chicken Cacciatore

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Basi Gornish
Basi Gornish
2024 years ago

What is spicy tomato sauce? Don’t recall seeing that before. Which brand makes it, and what size can does this recipe call for?
Also, why is it necessary to crush the Italian seasoning? Doesn’t it already come as a ground spice?