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Hunter's Chicken Stew

September/October 2008

Your rating: None Average: 4.1 (73 votes)

Hunter's Chicken is found across Northern Italy, with many variations. This version uses meaty bone-in chicken thighs and is full of onions, mushrooms and tomatoes. It's also delicious served over egg noodles.



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"LOVE this dish, served it with brown rice and salad. It was very delicious, will recommend to all my friend's. Excellent!!! "
Hunter's Chicken Stew Recipe

9 Reviews for Hunter's Chicken Stew

09/18/2010
Anonymous

LOVE this dish, served it with brown rice and salad. It was very delicious, will recommend to all my friend's. Excellent!!!

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 19 weeks ago

We call this dish "chicken

We call this dish "chicken cacciatore", (cacciatore means hunter in Italian), but usually add sweet red and green peppers, and normally served as a main dish,without polenta.

04/15/2010
Anonymous

The flavors of this recipe are delicious! I want to try it with white meat. I'm not that fond of chicken thighs.

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10/24/2009

I followed used gnocchi in this recipe as well as my husband does not care for polenta. This was extremely flavorful and it pleased men who don't love healthier meals. They all raved about it and have requested we have it again soon for Sunday dinner. Definitely a keeper. Also, I made this the night before and put it in the crockpot the next day on low to reheat until we came home. It was great!

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09/16/2009

Used boneless, skinless chicken thighs instead. Served over whole wheat potato gnocci. It was delicious! I added a little more chicken broth during cooking to keep it saucy for the gnocci. I also only used one large onion and chopped it finely. My husband is not a huge mushroom fan, but loved this dish. This is a great dish to make in the cooler months.

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