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Chicken & Sweet Potato Stew

February/March 2006

Your rating: None Average: 3.5 (694 votes)

Here's a dinnertime warmer with a hint of spring's sweetness, designed for that day when you'd rather be outside raking the leaves from the garden, getting it ready for what's ahead, than slaving over the stove.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Good but I'd put the sweet potatoes in later as they get too soft and tend to disintegrate in 5 hours. Also substituted onions for shallots. "
Chicken & Sweet Potato Stew Recipe

49 Reviews for Chicken & Sweet Potato Stew

01/26/2012
Anonymous
Needed some tweaking, but really good!

I made quite a few changes to this recipe. I added 1 cup chicen broth. I used boneless, skinless thighs, which I cut into cubes. I also cubed the potatoes. I only used 2 shallots, which I sliced, and I minced the garlic. I didn't add the potatoes and mushrooms until later, about 2 hours into cooking. I made a slurry of 1/4 cup water and 2 Tbsp. flour to add to the stew to make it thicker before serving.

slow cooker, easy, healthy
Chicken & Sweet Potato Stew
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01/17/2012
Anonymous
Great, Easy Dinner

I made this tonight with only a few changes. I sprinkled a chicken bouillon cube over the ingredients and cut the potatoes into quarters. Delish! Everyone here loved it. The only con is there will be no leftovers for lunch tomorrow.

Easy
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01/13/2012
Not a stew

I added a yellow onion and some green bell peppers since I had them on hand. While everything cooked nicely I don't think the sauce created makes this a stew. I added Reisling and the food still tasted like wine. I think I would've preferred cream or mushroom or chicken soup instead. Served this over rice too

Everything cooked well.
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01/08/2012
Anonymous
Easy to make and good taste

I set my crockpot on for 4 hours and this came out just right. I had cut the sweet potatoes into quarters instead of spears and I didn't have any issues with them disintegrating as other reviewers have talked about. I also used 3 large shallots (instead of 6) and added half of an onion. I also added the vinegar in with all the other ingredients. This is a good go-to meal in my opinion because for the most part I would have most of the ingredients on hand.

Very little prep, inexpensive to make, healthful
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11/20/2011
Anonymous
Not Worth Making

Firstly, Shallots are an expensive item. At $2.49 a lb the cost was almost as much as the chicken. Also, they were tough, undercooked and were inedible even after after 6 hours. Secondly, all the ingredients were way too much for my 6 qt cooker and I ended up using a pot on the stove at simmer. Thirdly, enough for 6 people, really? No way is this dish worth the effort and expense, disappointing overall.

Final Taste Was OK
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