French Food on FOX 4

Chicken Fricassee

French Food does not have to be fussy!  You can make Chicken Fricassee in the Crock Pot.  Cook extra chicken and you will have the fixings for a second meal that is dripping with goodness.  For more fabulous French Inspiration check out A Taste of Paris(TM) 

Crock Pot Chicken Fricassee

6 Skinless, boneless chicken breasts

1 medium onion chopped

2 garlic cloves pressed

2 ribs celery chopped

2 cups baby carrots

2 tablespoons melted butter

4 tablespoons flour

1 teaspoon paprika

1 teaspoon salt

½ teaspoon sage

½ teaspoon dried thyme

¼ teaspoon pepper

2 cups chicken stock

¼ cup white wine (optional)

Spray the inside of crock pot with non-stick spray.  Place chicken breasts in the bottom of the pot.  Cover with onions, celery and carrots.  In a medium bowl combine remaining ingredients and whisk very well until everything is complete mixed.  Pour liquid over chicken and vegetables.  Place lid on cooker and cook on low for 6-8 hours.  Serve chicken and vegetables over rice or noodles.  Reserve 2 breasts for Chicken Pot Au Feu

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Chicken Pot au Feu

2 cooked chicken breasts diced

2 tablespoons butter

1 medium onion finely diced

2 cloves garlic pressed

1 ½ cups chopped carrot

2 stalks celery finely minced

1 large potato peeled and diced

1 medium head of savoy or bock Choy cabbages shredded

5 cups chicken stock

1 bay leaf

½ teaspoon dried thyme

½ teaspoon salt

½ teaspoon pepper

1 tablespoon fresh parsley minced

 

In a medium soup pot, cook onions and celery in butter until clear for about 7 minutes.  Add remaining ingredients reserving parsley and cook uncovered on medium heat until mixture begins to boil.  Reduce heat and simmer for 20 minutes until vegetables are tender.  Remove bay leaf and serve soup, garnish with fresh parsley.

 

 

About Lorie Fangio

I am a lifestyle advisor with a passion for connecting families Around the Table for mealtime. We are becoming a society that doesn’t even speak to each other, texting and internet relationships are the norm and it is impacting our culture. I believe the human connection as we know it, is in danger. Finding time to spend together as a family unit can be difficult especially with dual family careers and children that are often hyper scheduled. My mission is to inspire families, with a no nonsense approach to real food. Gathering Around the Table is key to the foundation of familial relationships. Sitting down to a meal is much more than breaking bread, it is a bonding ritual for families that actually protects our kids from all the dangerous stuff in the world. With tips and techniques we can all get our families Around the Table!
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2 Responses to French Food on FOX 4

  1. Betty Hughes says:

    hey lori,thanks for keeping me on your email list.  i don’t do anything fancy but i did see you on channel 4 this morning.  you look great.  and i might could do that chicken recipe for a crowd sometime.have fun in france.  tell mark i said hello.betty hughes

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