Goodness my, this was a wonderful formula, my companions. It’s all that you need an ease back cooker formula to be: anything but difficult to put together, makes your home odor crazy throughout the day, and serves up a bowl of solace for supper. This one truly conveyed.

I need to state some portion of me, well, misses supper when I utilize the moderate cooker. Come 5:30, I’m somewhat kind of simply meandering around my kitchen searching for a comment – slash – stew.

Yet, this formula is absolutely worth surrendering that 5:30 prep, should you adore it as much as I do. What’s more, it gives you the endowment of time for the other million things you have going on… football carpool, homework, phone calls, clothing, your three year old’s interminable fixation on baseball in the yard, the laundry your better half messaged you to get and you tooootally overlooked so you’re hustling to the laundry before they close.


6-8 boneless chicken thighs, I exited mine entirety

2 carrots, peeled and cut

2 stalks of celery, cut

1 little medium onion, diced

2 cloves garlic, minced

2 medium tomatoes, diced

12 infant potatoes, left entirety

1¾ container chicken stock

1 tbsp tomato glue

2 tbsp red wine

½ tsp fennel seeds, smashed up (utilize the side of your blade)

Just before serving, to help thicken the sauce

¼ glass water

2½ tbsp cornstarch

3 tsp balsamic vinegar

tso of naturally hacked rosemary

½ tsp salt {to taste}


Just to build up the flavor more, I cooked the chicken in a touch of olive oil before putting in the simmering pot. This is absolutely discretionary however.

Hurl chicken (either crude, or carmelized), carrots, celery, onion, garlic, tomatoes, potatoes, chicken stock, tomato glue, wine, and pulverized up fennel seeds into the moderate cooker and cook on the low for 4-6 hours.

Just before serving, join the corn starch with the water and blend until the point that no irregularities remain.

Include the water/cornstarch, balsamic vinegar, rosemary and salt to the stewing pot. Taste and include extra salt or potentially pepper if important.

Present with newly cleaved parsley and hunks of bread for plunging.


Hacked up parsley to embellish, discretionary. Dry bread – not discretionary


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *