Chicken Cacciatore Recipe

11 Feb

Chicken Cacciatore is a staple in this house because we have probably once every two weeks and all the ingredients are constantly in the house so I don’t have to wonder if we are missing anything ;)

Ingredients:

Chicken (I buy pre-cooked frozen grilled chicken)

Two cans of tomato sauce

One can of tomato paste

1/2 teaspoon Garlic Salt

1/4 teaspoon Pepper

Two cups of Rice

Two cups of Water

Makes enough for four people!

My mother used to make this meal all the time and I remember thinking it was weird when I was growing up but now I understand why she made it, and love eating it as much as she does too!!

Directions:

Heat up a pan and throw in the chicken, let it cook for 3-5 minutes.

I take the chicken out and cut it into bite size pieces, this is completely optional it just makes my life and Emma’s life easier so we can eat faster ;)

I throw it back in the pot to let it warm up while I open up the cans of tomato sauce and paste

Add two cans of tomato sauce and one can of tomato paste and mix it well!

Add the garlic and pepper. I gave you measurements above but I tend to not measure. I shake the pepper and garlic around in a circle once or twice! Stir it all up and let it cook on low.

Then put two cups of water in a pot and let it sit until it starts boiling.

Once the water is boiling add two cups of rice and mix well. Immediately take it off the stove!

Put a cover on the top and let it sit for about 10 minutes. You’ll know it’s ready when the rice is almost completely dry!

Then it’s ready to serve! This meal has a little bit of a bite but it’s delicious!! If you’d like it with a little less or more bite just adjust the pepper and garlic more or less until you are satisfied!

I hope you enjoy! Does your have a family meal that’s always in the house and easy to make?

Love Always,

Jennifer

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