Wednesday, May 26, 2004

Chicken Cacciotore

Here's what you need:

2 Tablespoons of olive oil
4 Chicken filets
3 Thinly sliced, skinned, seeded tomatoes
2 cloves of crushed garlic
1 Tablespoon on of Balsamic vinegar oil
2 Tablespoons of brown sugar
Half an onion (Thinly sliced)
A couple of fresh shredded basil leaves

Heat the oil in a large frying pan, and cook the filets until cooked through, and browned on the sides.
Place the filets on some absorbent paper, and cover.
On the same pan, add the garlic and cook until soft; then add the sliced tomatoes, onion, vinegar and brown sugar. Cook, while stirring until the sugar has completely melted. Then, leave simmering for about 5 minutes or until the tomato-sauce thickens.
Serve the chicken with the sauce on top, spread a bit of basil over the sauce.

Can be served with rice, pasta or potatoes. Bon appetit !


how to cook rice said...

I was searching for articles on how to cook rice when I came across Chicken Cacciotore, which is a bit weird really. I've enjoyed the experience but I'm not at all sure I've found what I'm looking for :0)

Just thought I'd say hello.

Michael said...

I think I've found a search engine with a sense of humor - I was actually looking for articles on how to cook chicken, and here I am on a site called Chicken Cacciotore. There's probably an electronic explanation for this and I have enjoyed the experience, so no harm done. Have a nice day mich - if that's your real name :0)

salmon said...

Hello mich
And G'day from Downunder. I was hunting around the web for stuff on cabbage when I came across Chicken Cacciotore. It's just amazing what these searches turn up. I'm not sure I'm finding what I need, but I'm having a lot of fun. Have a great day!