Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Baby and Big Bella Mushroom and Chicken Stew

This is another Rachael Ray recipe that is perfect for the chilly fall weather most of you guys are experience. Here in AZ it was 90 degrees today, but I know that it will cool off soon enough.

Baby and Big Bella Mushroom and Chicken Stew recipe

ingredients
For this easy stew you will need some chicken, flour, wine, peas, carrots, onion, potatoes, mushrooms, stock, garlic, and some herbs.

mushrooms
Use a spoon to scrape out the ribs from 2 portobello mushrooms. Chop off the stem and chop them up.

potatoes chopped
Slice up your potatoes.

season the chicken
Chop up and season your chicken.

mushrooms cooking
Now that everything is chopped we can start to cook. Get some oil in a big pan and get the mushrooms in there. Let those cook for about 5 minutes.

chicken floured
While those cook, sprinkle the flour on the chicken.

mushrooms out
When the mushrooms are nice and browned, get them out of the pan.

chicken in
Add some more oil to the pan and drop the chicken in. Cook that for about 4 minutes.

veggies in
Add in the tasty veggies. Add in your herbs at this point as well. Cook this for about 5 minutes and keep stirring.

getting good
Add in the wine and scrape any tasty bits off the bottom of the pan.

broth in
Add in the chicken stock and bring it to a simmer. Get the mushrooms back in and cook for about 10 more minutes.

almost ready
Add in the peas and parsley and simmer for 1 more minute. Go fishing for the bay leaf and throw it out.

Baby and Big Bella Mushroom and Chicken Stew
This is so perfect for a fall day, and you could easily do this in the crock pot as well. I hope you are all having a great week, thanks so much for reading.

3 comments:

  1. I will be starring this one to make soon!

    Thanks for sharing it!

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  2. Lovely... all my favorites! Chicken, mushrooms, potatoes, peas... looks super!

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  3. Hello - this looks wonderful. What RR cook book is this from? Also if you were to do this in the crockpot. Would you brown the chicken first or toss it in the pot after flouring the chuncks?

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