You’ll Love the Spice Blend in This–Yummy!
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A good stew can work wonders for your palate and your stomach on a cold night. This Slow Cooker Chicken Vegetable Stew has a great blend of veggies, herbs, and spices (including rosemary, thyme, and sage) to excite your taste buds and warm you up just right. It’s one of my all-time favorites that I like to cook all winter long!
Normally, when I think of stew, I think of something beef-based, but I have to say, this chicken-based stew recipe really hit the spot. It didn’t hurt, either, that it was such an easy recipe, thanks to the Crock-Pot, and the aroma while it was cooking was a feast for the senses just by itself. As-is, the recipe makes four to six servings, though I think that you could expand it without too much difficulty, provided that your slow cooker of choice has the room for it.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Jeanette’s Healthy Living
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