This all in one Slow Cooker Italian Sausage Stew made with sweet Italian sausage, root vegetables, rosemary and potatoes in a white wine broth is the perfect dinner on a cold night.
I don’t usually make a lot of slow cooker meals; however, I still had it out on the counter after I made the Beef Stroganoff. Since I had defrosted some Italian sausage, I decided to make this Italian Sausage Stew and boy was it good!
How do you make Italian Sausage Stew in the Slow Cooker?
For this recipe you’ll need Italian sausage links, EVOO, red onion, garlic, celery, parsnips, carrots, fresh rosemary, thyme, white wine, chicken broth, and red potatoes.
Add the sausage and brown it on all sides; then place in your slow cooker. Next, add the onion, garlic, celery, parsnips, and carrots to the slow cooker and mix them in with the sausage.
Tie the fresh rosemary and thyme bunches together with kitchen string and nestle the bunch in with the meat and vegetables. Pour the wine and chicken broth over the top, cover the slow cooker and cook on Low 6-8 hours or High 4-6 hours.
At the last hour of cooking, add large diced potatoes. This Italian Sausage Stew was so filling and flavorful and I was happy that there was some extra left over so that I could pick on it for lunch the next day as it reheated beautifully.~Enjoy!
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Italian Sausage Stew
- kitchen string
- In a large nonstick skillet, heat the oil over medium heat; then add the sausage and brown it on all sides. Place in your slow cooker.
- Next, add the onion, garlic, celery, parsnips, and carrots to the slow cooker and mix them in with the sausage.
- Tie the rosemary and thyme together with kitchen string and nestle the bunch in with the meat and vegetables. Pour the wine and chicken broth over the top, cover the slow cooker and cook on Low 6-8 hours (or High 4-6 hours).
- The last hour of cooking, add the potatoes. (If you don't have an extra hour, you can prepare the potatoes the night before by either boiling or microwaving them until they are soft, yet slightly firm).
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