Crock Pot Italian Chicken Portabello Over Linguine

Sunday, March 7, 2010
A perfect dish when your in a hurry for work, all in one pot, leave it all day and come home to a delicious " Chicken, Portabello, with a Wine Sauce over Linguine." Your family will love this one!~

The chicken will melt in your mouth and is extremely full of flavor and tender.

 Hearts of Romaine Salad goes very well with this dish, with garlic bread.

Before serving boil the pasta in salt water to package instructions

Make sure you have sprayed the crock pot so nothing sticks.

I always buy fresh plum tomatoes for sauce, and use the vine beef steak for salads, however you can use either one if you can't find the plum tomatoes in season, or canned.

The spices will blend perfectly in a simmering crock pot and just the right flavors to the chicken.

Crock Pot  Italian Chicken Portabello Over 

Linguine cooked to package instructions
4 Chicken Breasts cut in half  to make eight pieces leaving thick
1 package of sliced portabello mushrooms
1lb of fresh green beans cleaned and snipped
1lb of fresh sliced carrots
8 fresh plum tomatoes quartered and processed in food processor chunky style, you can use vine tomatoes as well.
1 cup of white wine  (you can use all chicken broth or water)
1/2 cup chicken broth
1/2 teaspoon of oregano, basil, salt and pepper
2 tablespoon fresh parsley, minced garlic, fresh basil leaves for garnish
1/4 teaspoon of rosemary, thyme, cayenne pepper
1 can of tomato paste
grating cheese

Place vegetables on the bottom of a 5 quart crock pot that has been sprayed with a light oil. Place chicken on top. In a bowl, mix tomatoes, wine, paste, and spices. Pour over chicken. Set the crock pot on low, for 8 hours. High for 6 hours. Boil linguine in salt water before serving. Spoon pasta on plate first top with chicken and vegetables, add cheese and serve.


  1. I am definitely making this!!! I have been looking for an easy chicken dish to make this week. This looks absolutely delicious! I love the sunshine in FL :) We are on our 4th day in a row of sun up here and finally hit the high 40's! Hope it stays!

  2. Lovely chicken dinner made even lovlier by yh view behind your pool! GREG

  3. Piatto ricco mi ci ficco recitava una frase da noi... ottima preparazione, brava.

  4. wonderful dish and delicious!

  5. Oh so wonderful - bookmarking this. Love the ease. Love those plum tomatoes - have never used the vines in salad. Must give that a whirl also. Definitely a family-pleaser.

  6. Yhis recipe is wonderful and absolutely delicious! Congratulations ^_^ Bye

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  8. Does look amazing!! Even the salad looks delicious!!!

  9. I agree with Ruth - the salad looks absolutely delicious! I love your sauce, so yummy.

  10. you are so lucky to have fresh, juicy red tomatoes - we don't get them here this time of year ...even the 'vine ripe' are grainy - love this recipe and like the ease of it - slow cooker I need to do more...

  11. I can't believe I don't have a crockpot. I really need to get one to make my life a little bit easier. this dish looks amazing!

  12. That recipe looks so good. And what a awesome photo.

  13. Love crock pot meals, and this one is a must try indeed.

  14. mmmmmmmmmmm! will be trying this recipe out tonight!


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