A selection of my latest bakes

Your pictures and fotos in a slideshow on MySpace, eBay, Facebook or your website!view all pictures of this slideshow

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Chicken (Catchya) Cacciatore


Why CATCHYA?
My friends will tell you I am the worlds worst speller. And this name has just stuck for this dish. Thank God for spell check on here.
You will need......
2 skinless Chicken breasts.
1 Onion.
1 tin chopped Tomato's.
2 tblesp Tomato puree.
2 teasp minced Garlic.
1 tblesp mixed Herbs.
1 Capsicum. Deseeded and diced.
1 cup of Water.
Cornflour.
Method.
Cut chicken into smallish pieces, slice onion, and place into a casserole dish along with all other ingreds except cornflour. Now give this a good stir to mix all together. Put lid on casserole dish and put into an oven, 180c for around an hour.
Check to see if chicken is cooked through. If at this stage, it looks a little thin, use the cornflour with a little water to thicken. Place back in the oven for a further 10 minutes.
While this is doing, cook your pasta. I used spaghetti and put Sour Cream and Horseradish sauce through it, once it was cooked.
Place spaghetti in to a dish and put the Chicken Catchya on top. Dress with Parsley.
*Note*
Yes I know Cacciatore normally has olives through it, but we don't like them. Add them if you wish. Enjoy.

7 comments:

Victoria Sponge said...

This is one of our family favourites. Yours looks really yummy, who cares how you spell it as long as it tastes goooood!
Vicky xxx

culinarytravelsofakitchengoddess said...

Looks fabulous Sal

xxx

Thomas said...

Hello!
What do you think about Swedish meatballs?

Have a nice day!

/Thomas

thewench said...

Your chicken looks lovely... I agree about the spelling though; God Bless spell check!

jaygirl said...

Your Catchya looks lovely, but Oh that clock is just sooooooo you Sal, LOL.

Rosie said...

This chicken dishlooks lovely Sally!!

Rosie x

Kelly-Jane said...

We like this too, and yours looks lovely. You have taken to blogging so well sweetie!