You don't have to be a chef or a douche in the kitchen to cook chicken with the romantic name cacciatore. All you need is a simple set of products and the desire to cook something tasty and healthy for your family for lunch or dinner. The whole cooking process will take you no more than half an hour, and in any case, the result will delight all participants in the meal.
The history of this dish begins in the Renaissance, and this is approximately 1450-1600. It was then that cacciatore began to appear on the tables of the inhabitants of the Apennine Peninsula. Cacciatore is hunting chicken. True, one should not immediately think that this dish was prepared on the hunt. Not at all, cacciatore is a homemade dish. The fact is that at that time ordinary people did not have the right to hunt, so they came up with such a dish in the hunting style, but not from game, but from poultry meat, which, however, did not reduce its taste.
There are a lot of interpretations of this dish throughout Italy. For example, in Northern Italy, cacciatore is often prepared with white wine, while in Southern Italy, on the contrary, there are recipes with red wine. There are options for cacciatore with mushrooms, with anchovies, olives and much more, including tomatoes, as we have today. Various sources indicate that chicken, olive oil, and garlic are essential ingredients in cacciatore. Everything else is optional. For example, Hozoboz today wished to cook cacciatore with tomatoes, which, in fact, we will do now. Just a little more about the benefits of the dish.
So, chicken in Italian, she is cacciatore. This dish is incredibly healthy, because it contains many substances useful for the human body. First, it's protein. As we know from school (or at least should know), protein is the building material for cells. We get the largest amount of protein from animal products, and chicken meat is such.
Tomatoes, which we will also use for making cacciatore, are especially useful not so fresh as heat-treated. And all because thermally processed tomatoes contain pectin, which helps our body remove toxins and other not-so-good substances.
In general, this tender Italian chicken is not just a tasty and healthy dish, but also quite dietary, so even those who follow their figure will appreciate it, since it contains only 101 calories per 100 grams! In other words, having prepared cacciatore, you get an excellent dish that will benefit not only your stomach, but also your figure.
A wonderful recipe in all respects was presented to you today by HozOboz. By the way, next time, according to the same recipe, you can cook Italian chicken in the oven. And there is also tender Italian-style chicken Maggi, which is cooked with the addition of the already famous Maggi seasoning, designed specifically for chicken meat. But what can I say - cacciatore is a dish with which you can endlessly experiment, to the point that even chicken meat can be replaced with rabbit meat (Italians sometimes do this). Don't forget also that you can always add a little wine, it definitely won't hurt. So keep it up! HozOboz will always support you in any of your culinary experiments.