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    I have the ingredients, but need your advice!

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    NatureMuzic
    Tue Aug 13, 2013 7:53 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Hello, I caught a recipe on TV from Tony Tantillo & daughter, Stephanie, but not all of it. I went to the news website & they had another recipe on there instead. I checked his recipes online & saw Chicken & red peppers, but it was not the same as this.

    I know it contains:
    Chicken thighs with skin on the bone
    Red bell pepper
    Onions
    Garlic
    White wine
    Salt n Pepper

    Fresh Rosemary
    Parsley


    he mentions the "Stock & broth" & she said it's "so thick due to the flour, depending on how you cook the chicken"

    The liquid was deep & simmering.

    This is all I got, as I don't know how they cooked the chicken, when they added the flour, etc but they poured it from the skillet into a dish & they exclaimed " the meat is just falling off the bone" !

    So, this is what I have & I ask you good people how to bring this all together! I don't like any more ingredients than they spoke of.

    Many thanks in advance!
    Zeldaz
    Tue Aug 13, 2013 8:45 pm
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    Are you positive the red peppers weren't tomatoes? This is their Chicken Cacciatore recipe, which seems to have all the ingredients except it uses diced fresh tomatoes instead of peppers and there's no mention of wine. I'd deglaze the pan with some wine omit the added olive oil, and proceed from there.


    Chicken Cacciatore

    1/2 c. Canola Oil

    4 Chicken Thighs

    3 oz. White Flour

    1/2 c. Chicken Stock

    3 oz. Extra Virgin Olive Oil

    1/2 White Onion (diced)

    1/2 lb. Sliced White Mushrooms

    4 Roma Tomatoes (diced)

    2 Rosemary Skewers

    1 tbsp. Fresh Oregano

    Salt, Pepper
    Preparation:
    Heat a large sauce pan with canola oil on high heat.
    Coat chicken with seasoned flour, and drop in hot canola oil.
    Cook until brown on all sides, remove and set aside. Remove oil from pan.
    Still using the same pan, deglaze pan with chicken stock, allow to reduce 50%, and then add olive oil.
    Reducing to medium-high heat, add onion, mushroom, tomatoes, chicken, and herbs.
    Cook together 5-10 minutes (until chicken is fully cooked).


    Last edited by Zeldaz on Tue Aug 13, 2013 8:47 pm, edited 1 time in total
    Dee514
    Tue Aug 13, 2013 8:46 pm
    Forum Host
    According to the website Stephanie and Tony's Table, they made Chicken Cacciatore on 8/12/2013

    Hope this helps. icon_smile.gif
    NatureMuzic
    Tue Aug 13, 2013 10:47 pm
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    Zeldaz & Dee, thanks to you both but yes, they were indeed peppers. I watched the small part i was able to DVR & she clearly said peppers & I could see the firm slices in the finished product.
    Also, I am southern California & I saw it on KCAL9, a sister station to KCBS, but when I went to the website, I clicked on the link & the clip they showed was indeed for the Cacciatore, but the clip was from a NY station & she was in a different dress!

    I may well try this recipe, but I saw those peppers & my eyes lit up!

    Regarding the Cacciatore recipe, 2 questions; is 3 oz of flour enough to make it so thick ? And forgive me, but to deglaze is simply to remove the liquid & add the stock?

    Thanks again to you both !


    Last edited by NatureMuzic on Tue Aug 13, 2013 11:05 pm, edited 1 time in total
    pinky kookie
    Tue Aug 13, 2013 11:01 pm
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    NatureMuzic wrote:
    Hello, I caught a recipe on TV from Tony Tantillo & daughter, Stephanie, but not all of it. I went to the news website & they had another recipe on there instead. I checked his recipes online & saw Chicken & red peppers, but it was not the same as this.
    I know it contains:
    Chicken thighs with skin on the bone
    Red bell pepper
    Onions
    Garlic
    White wine
    Salt n Pepper
    Fresh Rosemary
    Parsley
    he mentions the "Stock & broth" & she said it's "so thick due to the flour, depending on how you cook the chicken". The liquid was deep & simmering.

    According to your description of the ingredients listed, these recipes sound very similar with the red peppers. Just add some of the ingredients missing from your list, or omit the ones not included there:

    POLLO ALLA CACCIATORA - ITALIAN HUNTER STYLE CHICKEN RECIPE -
    By AZPARZYCH - 3 reviews -
    http://www.food.com/recipe/pollo-alla-cacciatora-italian-hunter-style-chicken-455954

    CHICKEN HUNTER'S STYLE RECIPE -
    By Ceezie - no reviews -
    http://www.food.com/recipe/chicken-hunters-style-505245

    CHICKEN CACCIATORE - HUNTER STYLE CHICKEN RECIPE - SIMPLE RECIPES -
    http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/chicken_cacciatore_hunter_style_chicken/

    HUNTER STYLE CHICKEN RECIPE - COOKS.COM -
    http://www.cooks.com/recipe/tw84e1is/hunter-style-chicken.html
    Dee514
    Tue Aug 13, 2013 11:12 pm
    Forum Host
    NatureMuzic wrote:
    Zeldaz & Dee, thanks to you both but yes, they were indeed peppers. I watched the small part i was able to DVR & she clearly said peppers & I could see the firm slices in the finished product.
    Also, I am southern California & I saw it on KCAL9, a sister station to KCBS, but when I went to the website, I clicked on the link & the clip they showed was indeed for the Cacciatore, but the clip was from a NY station & she was in a different dress!

    I may well try this recipe, but I saw those peppers & my eyes lit up!

    Regarding the Cacciatore recipe, 2 questions; is 3 oz of flour enough to make it so thick ? And forgive me, but to deglaze is simply to remove the liquid & add the stock?

    Thanks again to you both !

    NatureMusic,
    I had edited my post thinking it may have been a rerun of their 7/25 show that you saw (I don't know why my edit didn't post), they made Chicken and Peppers in the 7/25 episode.
    If you check the link for their website (in my original post), I believe most of their recipes/videos are there. Perhaps you will recognize the episode you are looking for by Stephanie's outfit. icon_smile.gif
    1Steve
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 4:56 am
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    Didn't find it either, but did find that Stephanie has a Facebook page that she seems to monitor daily. Try posting and asking her directly icon_smile.gif

    https://www.facebook.com/StephanieTantillo
    Zeldaz
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 9:04 am
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    NatureMuzic wrote:
    Zeldaz & Dee, thanks to you both but yes, they were indeed peppers. I watched the small part i was able to DVR & she clearly said peppers & I could see the firm slices in the finished product.
    Also, I am southern California & I saw it on KCAL9, a sister station to KCBS, but when I went to the website, I clicked on the link & the clip they showed was indeed for the Cacciatore, but the clip was from a NY station & she was in a different dress!

    I may well try this recipe, but I saw those peppers & my eyes lit up!

    Regarding the Cacciatore recipe, 2 questions; is 3 oz of flour enough to make it so thick ? And forgive me, but to deglaze is simply to remove the liquid & add the stock?

    Thanks again to you both !


    The three ounces of flour is really quite a bit. A whole cup of flour only weighs five ounces! Deglazing the pan means ADDING liquid and stirring and scraping to dissolve all the tasty browned bits that are sticking to the bottom of the pan (that browned stuff is called the fond). There's no reason to remove any liquid, as it is full of flavor.
    pinky kookie
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 12:21 pm
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    This is another possibility for you to explore, NatureMuzic:
    I just found and watched this video with Stephanie and Tony cooking the Chicken Cacciatore with Quinoa, where she is wearing a yellow dress and they mention all this:

    "Chicken thighs with skin on the bone", "the meat is just falling off the bone", flour, chicken stock, etc. And in the final picture the tomatoes look like red peppers. They are not included in the recipe but you can add them, if you like. Take a look of the video:

    TONY'S TABLE WITH STEPHANIE: CHICKEN CACCIATORE WITH QUINOA - VIDEO RECIPE -
    http://newyork.cbslocal.com/video/8973375-tonys-table-with-stephanie-chicken-cacciatore-with-quinoa/

    Oh and by the way, I also searched the recipe at KCAL9 or KCBS and they do not show any food recipes there, only in CBS New York the TV show of the "Tony's Table with Stephanie Tantillo".
    pinky kookie
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 2:13 pm
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    Another Note:
    I just found this good recipe with the same ingredients you want, just add the rosemary and parsley instead of the other herbs, if you like. Check it out:

    CHICKEN CACCIATORE RECIPE BY GUIADA DE LAURENTIIS - 787 reviews -
    Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis - Show: Everyday Italian - Episode: Rustic Italian Cooking
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/chicken-cacciatore-recipe/index.html


    Last edited by pinky kookie on Wed Aug 14, 2013 2:15 pm, edited 1 time in total
    1Steve
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 2:15 pm
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    pinky kookie wrote:

    This is another possibility for you to explore, NatureMuzic:
    I just found and watched this video with Stephanie and Tony cooking the Chicken Cacciatore with Quinoa, where she is wearing a yellow dress and they mention all this:

    "Chicken thighs with skin on the bone", "the meat is just falling off the bone", flour, chicken stock, etc. And in the final picture the tomatoes look like red peppers. They are not included in the recipe but you can add them, if you like. Take a look of the video:

    TONY'S TABLE WITH STEPHANIE: CHICKEN CACCIATORE WITH QUINOA - VIDEO RECIPE -
    http://newyork.cbslocal.com/video/8973375-tonys-table-with-stephanie-chicken-cacciatore-with-quinoa/

    Oh and by the way, I also searched the recipe at KCAL9 or KCBS and they do not show any food recipes there, only in CBS New York the TV show of the "Tony's Table with Stephanie Tantillo".


    I saw these recipes too as well as the Chicken and peppers recipe that someone else mentioned. But it's not just the peppers that seem to be missing. The poster also said it called for white wine. None of the recipes that I saw from the TV show called for wine either. I'm starting to wonder if she remembered the right chef icon_confused.gif
    pinky kookie
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 2:20 pm
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    The recipe I just posted from Guiada de Laurentiis also includes the white wine, and about the other recipes I posted where it is not included she can easily add it, if she likes to. icon_biggrin.gif icon_wink.gif
    1Steve
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 2:29 pm
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    pinky kookie wrote:

    The recipe I just posted from Guiada de Laurentiis also includes the white wine, and about the other recipes I posted where it is not included, she can easily add it, if she likes to. icon_biggrin.gif icon_wink.gif


    I know she can add it, Just seems a mystery how she saw it on TV but even the video links don't call for it. Guiada's recipe and a few others are why I said maybe she mixed up the chefs icon_smile.gif If I were her it would be driving me crazy, not to be able to prove I saw that episode lol. BTW here is another close one I found just Googling the ingredients, but no peppers :

    http://www.cityfresh.org/recipe/parsley-sage-rosemary-thyme-chicken
    pinky kookie
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 2:34 pm
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    Yes 1Steve, I also saw that one but includes sage and thyme leaves, which are not listed in her ingredients and the red peppers and the flour are not included, either.

    In the other way, the video recipe that I posted above with Tony and Stephanie includes everything, even the phrases she described too, except for the white wine that she can add.
    NatureMuzic
    Thu Aug 15, 2013 5:12 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    First, for the record, I'm a guy!

    I want to thank each & everyone of you for your input, ideas, etc. ! What I decided to do is combine a little of them all ! I don't like mushrooms, but love bell peppers, so I am subbing those two, & a few minor adjustments on the rest ! I will fix this tomorrow !

    Kcbs/Kcal9 do have a recipe section - you have to click on As Seen On TV, then about half way down, on the right is a link to Tony Tantillo, for anyone that may be interested.

    I still have the DVR'ed clip & none of what I read here match it as he & his daughter presented it, so I copied the ingredients & it may well be added to the local websites, on a delay basis.

    Regardless, so many thanks to you all for your work & input - very much appreciated!

    Happy cooking/eating !

    Craig
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