Slow Cooker Chicken Cacciatore with Kraft® Recipe Makers

Chicken Cacciatore has to be one of my favorite dishes that my Mama would make while I was growing up. Full of flavor and so hearty, it was a definite winner whenever she made it. I was excited to try the Chicken Cacciatore in my slow cooker when I was asked by Kraft® and BlogHer to try a few of the new  Kraft Recipe Makers with my family.
Chicken Cacciatore Recipe | ©addapinch.com

 

 

Remember the Tex-Mex Chicken Fajitas  and the Sweet and Sour Chicken that I shared with you a while back? Just like those,  each Kraft Recipe Makers package includes two complex, gourmet style sauces, along with three recipes to use or inspire you to create your own. You simply have to add the protein, produce, and any grains you prefer to use with the package. Easy enough.


Chicken Cacciatore Recipe | ©addapinch.com

 

 

What I especially love about the Chicken Cacciatore Recipe Makers package is that I can use my slow cooker to do all the work for me. And y’all know by now how much I adore my slow cooker, so anything that allows me to have flavorful, delicious Chicken Cacciatore ready to go on the table when my family comes home from church or after a busy night at Scouts is a winner in my book!

 

Chicken Cacciatore Recipe | ©addapinch.com

 

 

For this recipe, I simply added half of the Lemon Oregano simmer sauce to the bottom of my slow cooker insert. Then, I nestled in my skinless, boneless chicken breasts, added my vegetables, pour in the remainder of the simmer sauce and then added in the tomato and herb finishing sauce. I secured the lid to my slow cooker and then set the timer for 4 hours on the high setting. When we came back home, my house smelled amazing as soon as I opened my door! We were all immediately ready for a big bowl of this Chicken Cacciatore!

 

Chicken Cacciatore Recipe | ©addapinch.com

 

 

Head over to Kraft to find out more about this Slow Cooker Chicken Cacciatore recipe and to find where to find Recipe Makers in your area.

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Comments

  1. 54

    Nicole Larsen says

    I think I would probably make an Enchilada Bake with the VERDE CHICKEN ENCHILADA sauces! Sounds delicious :)

  2. 61

    Jill Christian says

    I would love to make the chicken cacciatore and also the New England pot roast looks delicious! Can’t wait to try these sauces!

  3. 64

    Norma says

    I;d try the Chicken Cacciatore recipe. I’d also use the lemon oregano sauce for greek chicken and pasta – sprinkled with feta.

  4. 65

    LAMusing says

    I’d make the Sweet and Sour chicken with the Sesame Ginger simmer sauce and the Sweet and Sour Pineapple finishing sauce. I’d add chunks of pineapple and snap peas.

  5. 68

    Deb moretti says

    I would make a yummy pot roast with carrots, potatoes, and onion using the New England Pot Roast sauces. My family would devour it!

  6. 72

    Wild Orchid says

    I would use the sweet and sour chicken mix to make sweet and sour meatballs!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
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  7. 94

    Carol Ann Speight says

    I would just love to have this product available in the Toronto, Ontario, Canada area,…then I would decide on what I could make! Happy New Year!

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