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Slow-Cooker Cilantro-Chutney Chicken

Recipe photo courtesy of Lennart Weibull

Sauteing the onions adds sweetness and an extra layer of richness to this dish, and stirring the chutney in towards the end of cooking keeps the flavors bright and fresh.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, October 2016
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  • christincogley
    5 MAY, 2017
    This is delicious. I made half the recipe on the stove-top with chicken breasts. A super healthy dinner on the table in under half an hour. Winner, winner.
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  • gigionorcasgma
    25 SEP, 2016
    Please note that the chutney is missing in the directions to prepare the Slow-Cooker Chicken and Chutney recipe. While is does sound delicious, I'm wondering how much chutney to add at the end.
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    • lauraleppingg
      25 SEP, 2016
      It sounds like you make the cilantro chutney to add to the chicken in the slow cooker

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