JoAnn McCauley of Dubuque, Iowa shares her version of traditional Chicken Cacciatore with this easy recipe. The tasty sauce and chicken can be served over rice or noodles. If you want to lower the sodium, use garlic powder instead of garlic salt.
For an entree with Italian flair, try these tender chicken breasts simmered in a nicely seasoned tomato sauce. The sauce has chunks of green pepper and mushrooms, and gets a little zip from balsamic vinegar and red pepper flakes.
Quick Chicken Cacciatore from Marcia Hostetter of Canton, New York is a colorful and flavorful fast-to-fix main dish. Serve it with a crisp lettuce and tomato salad topped with your favorite bottled dressing.
This recipe has been in my family for a long time. I remember my grandmother making it on special occasions.
In those days, chicken was a treat, and we relished every bite—especially if Grandmother cooked it!
My husband and I milk 125 cows. There are days when there's just no time left for cooking! It's really nice to be able to come in from the barn at night and smell this meal simmering—dinner is a simple matter of dishing it up. I've used this recipe for many years, and everyone who tries it likes it. It's very easy to make, but it's also special enough to serve when company comes to call. —Aggie Arnold-Norman, Liberty, Pennsylvania
I needed a menu light on calories but heavy on flavor for my husband's associates. They weren't watching calories, but I was and wanted to eat, too. This recipe was a big success and no one guessed I'd "skinnied" it down! —Anita Webb, Hartsville, Tennessee