Chicken Cacciatore

Chicken Cacciatore

"'Not only is this satisfying main dish easy to fix, it tastes fantastic,' assures Susan Adair from Muncie, Indiana. And it has plenty of nicely spiced sauce."
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15 m servings
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  1. In a skillet, cook the chicken, onion and green pepper in oil until chicken is lightly browned and vegetables are tender. Add tomato sauce, stewed tomatoes and seasonings; bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, for 5 minutes or until heated through. Serve over rice.

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I make this just as the recipe says except for a few minor changes. I add canned sliced mushrooms and decrease the amount of pepper. We don't like very spicy food. It always turns out great. Oh ...

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Yes, "cacciatore" does mean "hunter" in Italian. But, this delightful dish is often over-done. Dredge the chicken breasts in well-seasoned flour. Brown quickly on both sides. Place in baking...

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I make this just as the recipe says except for a few minor changes. I add canned sliced mushrooms and decrease the amount of pepper. We don't like very spicy food. It always turns out great. Oh ...

I seasoned my chicken and browned it very, very well. I then pulled out the chicken and then sauteed my vegies. Added a splash of red wine to the sauce. Very flavorful and delicous Susan. Thank ...

This recipe was very good and my family really enjoyed it. Next time I will add some wine to the sauce for more flavor and use real garlic instead of garlic powder. Perfect for a quick weeknigh...

Pretty good! Cacciatore literally means "hunter" in Italian. The only thing that is "un-cacciatore" about this recipe is the omission of mushrooms (but I don't care... I DESPISE the things!!!). ...

Absolutely delicious!! I loved it. I put in fresh garlic over the powder (2cloves) and didnt have any green peppers but I cant wait to try it with them in. It was so easy, super flavourful, and ...

Love it! I cooked the onion and green pepper a little first to soften them then added the chicken and fresh garlic. I also added Italian seasoning instead of just oregano. This was great.

This was so easy and great, even my 15 month old twins ate it! I did serve over pasta and added some thyme and rosemary for more flavor.

Very good and quick! I added a little rosemary and thyme, and also used minced garlic instead of garlic powder. Thanks!

I made my sauce homemade, red wine vinegar, canned tomatoes.. spices.. used bacon pieces as well to brown chicken. Added onions to simmering sauce and chicken. YUMMY! Cacciatore is EASY, and YUM...

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