• Ann's Crockpot Chicken Stew

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    • Cooking spray (such as Pam, optional)
    • 5 x frzn chicken thighs (boneless & skinless if possible)
    • 1 can chicken broth
    • 1 can corn (liquid removed)
    • 1 can Italian cut green beans (liquid removed)
    • 1 can pinto beans (undrained)
    • 1 can black beans (undrained)
    • 1 can Great Northern beans (undrained)


    1. 1 Can tomatoes (I like the diced and get various flavors; this time I used onions, green peppers & celery.)
    2. 1 10-ozcan tomatoes with green chiles (such as Ro-tel)
    3. 1 envelope onion soup mix1 4-ounce can mushrooms (liquid removed)
    4. 1 very small (2-3 ounce) can sliced black olives (liquid removed)
    5. 1 can Campbell's cream of chicken soup (I have found name-brand canned soups superior)
    6. I always spray my crockpot before using with a Pam-like product.
    7. Makesclean-up so much easier.
    8. Combine all ingredients in crockpot, cook 4-5 hours on high or possibly 8-10 on low. There is sufficient salt & other flavorings in the soups which I do not use any more.
    9. My crockpot is several years old & only holds about 5 quarts or possibly so.
    10. I really need a larger one! As I was putting these ingredients in & the cooker had already started, I discovered there wasn't sufficient room for everything. So I started spooning off the liquid into another bowl.
    11. This could've been added back in later if needed.
    12. I like my stew a little thick, so didn't add in any liquid back in. It's in the freezer now waiting for the next stew. I thought later if I didn't use the can of chicken broth, I might have had sufficient space. (My recipes are always "works in progress")
    13. PS: When I liquid removed off the cans of corn, green beans, etc., I saved the liquid & used it to cook rice instead of plain water.
    14. I have sometimes found frzn boneless skinless chicken THIGHS(!) at Wal-Mart. They make life so much easier! I try to stock up when I find them, as they dont always have them.

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