Chicken Cacciatore 

 

This is a simple & delightful dish!

Cacciatore means wild, so I was told by Jr. Of Tripoli restaurant many years ago. Although prepared in a Marsala, 

The recipe works well with tomato for a lighter Sunday pasta dinner.

Ingredients 

Chicken breast quartered ( one breast per serving )

1 large onion peeled & sliced

3 peppers sliced

1 can crushed tomatoes 

1 small tomatoe paste

Vinegar of choice, 

Salt pepper basil garlic & parsley to taste

Olive oil 1/4 cup

Place chicken in pan with seasoning, bake 25 minutes *400 

Add vegetables mixed with oil continue baking 30 minutes *350

  

Add crushed tomatoe & paste cook for addition 30 minutes 

Serve with pasta or yellow rice

Enjoy!

 

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2 responses to “Chicken Cacciatore 

  1. Norma D. Kraut

    looks delicious bet it tastes good too

    Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2015 15:10:23 +0000 To: ndk6945@hotmail.com

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