Chicken Stew with Vegetables

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6 chicken tenderloin
1 carrot
6-7 shallot onions
2 green peppers
1 clove of garlic
1 tomato
8-10 raw almonds
6-7 prunes
4 tablespoons sunflower oil
1 teaspoon of salt
Half a teaspoon of black pepper
1 glass of hot chicken stock

Peel the carrots, tomatoes, garlic and onions.
Leave the shallots whole and chop all the other vegetables in the Arçelik Recital Chopper.
Turn Arçelik Gurme Chef Multi-Purpose Cooker to saute mode, add sunflower oil and heat.
Seal both sides of the washed and dried chicken in the heated oil.
Then add the shallots, chopped tomatoes, carrots, garlic, and green peppers.
After adding raw almonds, prunes, salt, black pepper and chicken broth, switch Arçelik Gurme Chef Multi-Purpose Cooker to stew mode and close the lid.
Cook your vegetable chicken stew with the lid closed.
Serve the cooked chicken stew hot.

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