Sep 02

Slow Cooked Turkey Cacciatore

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I love my Crock Pot and use it not only to save time in the colder months but also in the summer, especially on Sundays.  I can prepare a meal before I leave for church and by the time I get home there’s nothing to do but relax until dinner is done.

 

Thanks to Jennie-O I was able to create a Slow Cooked Turkey Cacciatore that the entire family enjoyed.

Turkey Caccitore AVI

Ingredients:

slow cooked turkey caccitore ingredients

1 – Jennie-O Turkey Tenderloin – sliced

6 – Sweet Peppers – sliced

1 – Medium Onion – sliced

2 – cans diced tomatoes

2 – tsps of minced garlic

 

Parsley or Italian Seasoning (optional)

Angel Hair Pasta or Rice

 

Instructions:

 

Wipe inside of Crock Pot with Olive Oil, use a paper towel

Slice Turkey Tenderloin into 8 equal slices

slow cooked turkey

Add peppers, onions, diced tomatoes, garlic and seasonings

ingredients for turkey cacciatore

Cover and cook on low for 6 hours or high for 4 hours

 

Turkey Caccitore in a crock pot

Serve over Angel Hair Pasta or Rice

Slow Cooked Turkey Cacciatore AVI

 

*Disclosure – I am a member of Jennie-O Switch To Turkey Club and received this product in exchange for an honest review.  All opinions are 100% my own.  

 

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  1. I really need to get back to using my crockpot more but I hate cleaning it.

    1. Make sure to oil it first and then the clean up is easy breezy!

  2. Looks like a yummy recipe. Now I just have to see what I did with my crock pot.

    1. That’s funny because I have 4 – let me know if you can’t find yours!

    • glendakstyle on September 2, 2016 at 8:03 pm
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    I’ll have to give this one a try. I’ve always made chicken cacciatore, never turkey.

    1. This was actually my first try and it was pretty good. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  3. I never tried this before! Girl this looks amazing and I gotta pin it to try it! SOON! You always rock it in the kitchen!

    1. Thank you my dear, but you are the woman who can tasty treats as well!

    • staciesayzso on September 4, 2016 at 10:11 am
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    Another delicious crock-pot recipe! Everything looks so fresh and tasty.

    1. Thank you Stacie – I hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend!

  4. I haven’t tried turkey in the crock pot. It looks so good and healthy too! #ProductReviewParty

  5. When I move I’m going to buy myself a larger crock pot. Since the girls have been back to school, I’ve been busier, even though I thought I would have more time on my hands. Yummy recipe! #ProductReviewParty

    1. Thanks, yes, get a couple of sizes so that you can create different meals. How is the house hunting going?

  6. I love all your outfits, especially the dresses. And these floral shoes are the bomb.

    1. Right comment, wrong post. Lol!!

    2. Thanks Nerline, don’t worry about the mix up, I just appreciate the fact that you took the time to comment. Have a wonderful week!

    • Diane Komara on September 16, 2016 at 12:31 pm
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    Your dish looks so delicious, it smells great, the taste is amazing, and the plating is so professionally done ~ congratulations!

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