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Chicken Cacciatore With a Moroccan Twist

Chicken Cacciatore With a Moroccan Twist created by Chef Jean

I threw this recipe together and was so happy with it that I wanted to share! I used a package of a whole chicken that was sectioned into its parts. The flavors come together very well if you keep the skin on the chicken, but you could definitely prepare this with 4 six ounce boneless-skinless chicken breasts.

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  • Heat olive oil in a large saucepan over medium heat.
  • Add pepper, onion, celery, and garlic; saute, stirring occasionally, for 5-10 minutes, or until vegetables soften.
  • Add mushrooms. Cook 1 minute.
  • Add tomatoes, spices, and lemon juice; simmer for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  • Add chicken; cover and cook for 45 minutes over low heat, or until chicken is no longer pink.
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"I threw this recipe together and was so happy with it that I wanted to share! I used a package of a whole chicken that was sectioned into its parts. The flavors come together very well if you keep the skin on the chicken, but you could definitely prepare this with 4 six ounce boneless-skinless chicken breasts."
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  1. Chef Jean
    Chicken Cacciatore With a Moroccan Twist Created by Chef Jean
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  2. Chef Jean
    This was a great idea! I served it over pasta, but it would have been much better over rice. I will change one thing when I make it again and that would be to double the amount of spices. The flavors came through, but I think the tomatoes and peppers over powered them a little. Overall this was very tasty and a lot less "boring" than traditional cacciatore.
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  3. Stephanie Z.
    I threw this recipe together and was so happy with it that I wanted to share! I used a package of a whole chicken that was sectioned into its parts. The flavors come together very well if you keep the skin on the chicken, but you could definitely prepare this with 4 six ounce boneless-skinless chicken breasts.
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