Chicken Cacciatore Recipe

Chicken cacciatore recipe is perfect for family lunch or dinner. Chicken cacciatore is prepared by baking. It was originally the main dish of Americans, but today it is popular all over.

There are several ingredients that are necessary for the preparation of baked chicken cacciatore dish.
Chicken Cacciatore


• One whole chicken (in pieces)

• 2 or 3 tablespoons of olive oil

• 1.5 teaspoons of oregano

• 12 ounces of fresh sliced mushroom

• 2.5 tablespoons of flour

• Half teaspoon of ground pepper

• ¾ cup of chopped onion

• 1 ¼ teaspoons of salt

• 1/3 cup of white wine

• One large size red pepper which is to be cut into half inch strips

• 14.5 ounces tomatoes stewed in Italian style

• One or two tablespoons of chopped parsley leaf

Method Of Preparation

Remove all skin from the pieces of chicken but not from the wings and clean all the visible fat. Cut down the chicken breasts cross-wise in half. Take a roasting pan in the oven and heat oil for 2 minutes. In a bowl add flour, oregano, pepper and one teaspoon of salt, mix them properly.

Take a plastic bag and add the mixture in it, add the pieces of chicken, toss chicken nicely to coat along with the mixture of flour. Take a roasting pan and put oil, then arrange chicken on it and properly roast it for 20 to 25 minutes. Roast chicken until it becomes little brown. Add red pepper, onions and mushrooms in the roasting pan along with the chicken stir the mixture once and roast it for 15 to 20 minutes more.

After 15 or 20 minutes add tomatoes along with its liquid, red wine and salt, try to break tomatoes by using spoon. Roast for more 10 to 15 minutes longer so that the chicken is being cooked properly. Later on sprinkle it with the chopped parsley. Now your delicious chicken cacciatore dish is ready to be served. Gather your family members at the dinner table and serve them hot chicken cacciatore.

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