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Hunter's Chicken Stew

September/October 2008

Your rating: None Average: 4.1 (72 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.



READER'S COMMENT:
"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

11/07/2013
Didn't Live Up To Expectations

I followed this recipe exactly. It smelled grate while cooking with the fresh rosemary. However, it tasted so bland. I made a small amount of polenta and made egg noodles. I had to doctor it up considerably to make it edible. Will never make again

Easy to make
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07/23/2012
Anonymous
Tastes like Home

LOVE this. I admit it took a fair amount of time to make, but the end result was so worth it. And I highly recommend making it as is, including the homemade polenta. The way it combines with the stew is just heavenly.

Delicious flavor
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03/20/2012
Anonymous
Surprised this is for 8!

Thought this was great! Served over mashed potatoes instead of polenta but didnt think it went far enough for 8 people. Used only 6 thighs and it more or less was a serving for two.

Great recipe
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02/17/2012

I made this without the cornmeal.
This dish is delicious

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12/28/2011
Delicious!!!

The rosemary makes this dish smells so delicious. I kept sniffing it while I was cooking. :) In all, it's very tasty! I didn't have all the ingredients so I skipped a few like: dry wine and polenta (step 5). Also, I used 1 can of dice tomato since I have it on hand. The result is still yummy. It was served with rice and salad!

Will definitely make it again and again.

Easy to make
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