Slow Cooker Chicken Cacciatore is easy to make! Pin for later
When I was growing grandma cooked all the time!
I can remember as a child my grandmother slicing bell peppers and blanching tomatoes to get ready to make this dish. She would always remove the skins off the tomatoes, I just grind them up in the food processor.
I like to use fresh plum and canned tomatoes with basil for this slow cooker dish. The flavors are amazing.
The chicken always falls off the bone, it really get very tender using a slow cooker. If you happen to be home and have the time, of course as grandma would cook this back in 1960 there were no slow cookers.
You can proceed by cooking this on the top of the stove for a slow simmer around 2 hours or until the chicken is fork tender.
Best memories are made in the kitchen!
One thing for sure you will make this dish time and time again. It really is delicious with some garlic bread and a garden salad.
Comfort food of my childhood always brings back the most wonderful memories. The smell never leaves me.
I think of my grandmother always when cooking this since she passed in 1975 at the age of 92.
She sure was an awesome cook, never ever had a recipe written down because coming from Italy to America, she never learned how to read or write. She got along just fine and even to this day, no one can duplicate the taste of her sauce.
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