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Chicken Cacciatore

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Few dishes are more evocative of autumn than this Italian specialty -- a fragrant stew of chicken, tomatoes, and mushrooms. Our version gains extra depth from cooking the chicken and its skin separately. Cacciatore means "hunter-style," calling to mind a woodsman's sack filled with game and gathered herbs -- all destined for a stockpot.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, October 2003
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In step 3, be sure not to overcrowd the pot, since the meat will steam. For ideal results, cook the chicken in batches.

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  • swizard
    7 MAY, 2017
    Martha can you explain the difference chicken proven├žal and chicken cacciatore?
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