alla Literally "hunter-style"; alludes to the varying methods of stewing lamb, chicken, veal, and rabbit. Northern ingredients typically include tomatoes, while those of central and southern Italy predominantly use rosemary, garlic, and vinegar. cacciucco A Tuscan stew made by the Etruscans as long as three thousand years ago, cacciucco is made either with fish and seafood or with meat. In both cases, many varieties of meat or fish are cooked with vegetables and given an especially sharp flavor by a generous quantity of garlic and chili pepper. The seaside town of Livorno is famous for its fish and seafood cacciucco.
kah-chuh-TOR-ee] Italian for "hunter", this American-Italian term refers to food prepared "hunter-style", with mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, various herbs and sometimes wine. Chicken cacciatore is the most popular dish prepared in this style.
Italian style of cooking in a flavorful tomato-wine sauce. Usually chicken or veal.
Italian for hunter and used to describe any stew-like dish flavored with onions, herbs, mushrooms, tomatoes and sometimes wine (ex. Chicken cacciatore).
is a traditional Italian meal (e.g. Chicken Cacciatore) in which vegetables are cooked in a hearty sauce with meat.
The Italian word for "hunter." Refers to food prepared "hunter-style." That is, with mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, various herbs, and sometimes wine. Chicken cacciatore is the most popular type of cacciatore.
An Italian term for sauteed chicken that is baked with a highly seasoned tomato sauce (with basil and oregano), diced mushrooms and chives. It is also at times referred to as hunter-style.
Cacciatore means "hunter" in Italian. In cuisine, cacciatore refers to a meal prepared "hunter-style" with tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, herbs, and sometimes wine.