Chicken cacciatore is one of my favourite craven dishes to make, as it’s so appetizing and abounding of protein with the advantage of vegetables, and fits appropriate into a acceptable Paleo lifestyle. Cacciatore is basically a craven stew, and can be fabricated in a array of ways. I like to use craven thighs as they are actual breakable and will blot added of the surrounding flavours of the dish, but any allotment of the craven can be used.
Feel chargeless to add any added melancholia vegetables accessible to accord yourself a bit of variety.
It can all be fabricated in one pot, so charwoman up afterwards is a lot easier, and you can accomplish a beyond accumulation in beforehand to calefaction up if needed, which is abundant if you apperceive you accept a active anniversary ahead!
10 chicken thigh cutlets
3 tablespoons Extra-Virgin Olive oil
2 red onion, sliced
300g button mushrooms, sliced
1 red capsicum, sliced
4 slices pancetta, roughly chopped
2 garlic cloves, crushed
1 cup Kalamata (black) olives, pitted and sliced
400ml (1 can) crushed tomatoes
1 cup red wine
¼ cup oregano leaves, roughly chopped
¼ cup fresh basil, roughly chopped
Sea salt and pepper, for seasoning
Serves for 5-6 peoples.
Method for how to make it:
In a ample saucepan, calefaction the oil over a medium-high heat. Add the craven and amber the outsides.
Remove craven from the heat, and add the onion and pancetta. Baker until the onion becomes translucent.
Return the craven aback to the pot, forth with the garlic, mushrooms and capsicum. Baker for a added 2-3 minutes, or until the augment and capsicum softens.
Add the olives and the red wine, and baker till the red wine reduces by half. This will access the affluence and acuteness of the flavor.
Add the ashamed tomatoes, and acquiesce to simmer on a low calefaction for at atomic 15-20 minutes. If the booze becomes too blubbery you can add a little baptize to advance the consistency.
Finally, in the endure minute or two of cooking, add the basil, oregano, and division with sea alkali and pepper.