Slow-Cooker Chicken Marsala

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Ingrèdiènts
  • 2 clovès garlic, finèly choppèd
  • 1 tablèspoon vègètablè oil
  • 8 bonèlèss skinlèss chickèn brèasts
  • 1/2 tèaspoon salt
  • 1/2 tèaspoon pèppèr
  • 2 jars (6 oz èach) slicèd mushrooms, drainèd
  • 1 cup swèèt Marsala winè or Progrèsso™ chickèn broth (from 32-oz carton)
  • 1/2 cup watèr
  • 1/4 cup cornstarch
  • 3 tablèspoons choppèd frèsh parslèy
Instructions
  1. Spray 4- to 5-quart slow cookèr with cooking spray. In cookèr, placè garlic and oil. Sprinklè chickèn with salt and pèppèr; placè in cookèr ovèr garlic. Placè mushrooms ovèr chickèn; pour winè ovèr all.
  2. Covèr; cook on Low hèat sètting 5 to 6 hours.
  3. Get full recipe and instructions, visit here: bettycrocker.com
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