Easy Chicken Cacciatore

"This Recipe is from my brother in law, and it is so good I could cook this once a week."
photo by St. Louie Suzie photo by St. Louie Suzie
photo by St. Louie Suzie
Ready In:
1hr 25mins




  • Roll chicken in flour and brown in olive oil.
  • Add all other ingredients, cover and simmer at least one hour until chicken is tender.

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  1. Manda
    This was wonderful!! I upped the garlic to 4-5 cloves, and served over angel hair pasta. I think next time I might add an extra can of tomatoes so that there is more sauce for the pasta. Great dish...simple and very, very tasty!! Thanks! ~Manda
  2. AA in Ohio
    Simple and smelled really good. I omitted the tomatoe paste and cut the olive oil in half. I also added red peppers and left out the mushrooms. Served over brown rice. The whole family like this.
  3. GaylaV
    This is very good and easy which I always love. It smelled so wonderful while cooking. I did add a few stalks of celery and halved the olive oil. Sadly my mushrooms were not looking great so I didn't use them but will next time. I planned to throw in a few carrots but forgot so again I will next time. I did have to add at least a cup of water to thin the sauce. You could add chicken broth which would be nice. I baked it in the oven for about an hour instead of on top of the stove. It was nice served with rice but next time I will opt for noodles or spaghetti. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
  4. North shore mom
    Very flavorful and reliable.
  5. St. Louie Suzie
    It's a lot of chopping, but other than that, really easy! I used 2.5 lbs. boneless, skinless chicken thighs cut into large chunks and halved the rest of the recipe. Left out the tomato paste and added two fresh, chopped tomatoes in addition to the canned. Served it in a bowl alongside some polenta. Excellent comfort food. Delicious!



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