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Organic Chicken Cacciatore

Chicken Cacciatora: a classic to be enjoyed with organic meat

With the arrival of warm weather, it's the perfect time to discover new tasty white meat recipes that make the most of simple, tasty ingredients.

Among the many options, chicken Cacciatore stands out as a classic and versatile dish, which combines traditional flavors with a simple but satisfying preparation.

Chicken Cacciatore is often associated with the concept of "comfort food" as it recalls the flavors of home and family cooking. Its traditional preparation is characterized by slow and prolonged cooking, which allows the aromas to blend and the chicken to become tender and juicy.

So let's explore the delicious combination of ingredients and culinary techniques that make chicken Cacciatore an ideal choice for family Sundays. Furthermore, we discover the importance of using organic meat for an even healthier and more sustainable version.

Chicken meat in summer

How can you season chicken? Summer is the season in which barbecues and light dishes dominate the table. Chicken meat lends itself perfectly to these preparations, thanks to its delicate flavor and tender texture.

Chicken Cacciatore, in particular, offers a tasty solution for making the most of chicken during hot weather.

This dish, originally from the Italian tradition, involves the slow and delicate cooking of chicken in an aromatic sauce based on tomato, aromatic herbs and seasonal vegetables.

Organic chicken meat

The choice to use organic chicken meat is essential to guarantee a superior quality dish. Organic meat comes from chickens that have been raised in conditions that respect animal welfare and without the use of antibiotics or genetically modified foods.

This choice is not only healthier for us, but also more sustainable for the environment. Opting for organic chicken meat allows us to fully appreciate the authentic taste of chicken Cacciatore and allows us to make an ethical and responsible choice.

Why is it called chicken Cacciatore?

The term "chicken hunter" derives from the traditional way of cooking this dish, which recalls the cooking techniques used by hunters on their hunting expeditions.

Furthermore, this cooking method reflects the concept of simple, rustic preparation associated with the traditional cuisine of hunters, who used the ingredients at their disposal to create hearty and flavorful meals.

The preparation of chicken Cacciatore involves the use of ingredients such as tomatoes, aromatic herbs and vegetables, which are cooked slowly together with the chicken to create a tasty and flavourful sauce. This basic idea is the basis of all "cacciatora" recipes.

Despite its rural origins, chicken Cacciatore has become a very popular dish in many regions and is often reinterpreted with regional variations and customizations.

Simple chicken Cacciatore recipe


  • 1 kg of organic or free-range chicken drumsticks
  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 1 medium onion
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 carrot
  • 400 g of peeled tomatoes
  • 1/2 cup white wine 1/2 cup chicken broth
  • 2 sprigs of rosemary
  • 1 bay leaf
  • Salt and Pepper To Taste


Heat the olive oil in a large pot over medium-high heat. Add the chicken drumsticks and brown them on both sides until they are golden brown. Remove chicken from pot and set aside.

In the same pan, add the chopped onion, the crushed garlic and the carrot cut into small pieces. Cook over medium heat until the vegetables become soft.

Add the peeled tomatoes and mash them lightly with a fork. Pour the white wine and chicken broth into the pot. Also add the rosemary sprigs and bay leaf. Mix the ingredients well.

Return the chicken drumsticks to the pot, making sure to submerge them in the sauce. Cover the pot and cook over medium-low heat for about 30-40 minutes, or until the chicken is tender and juicy.

While cooking, be sure to check the sauce occasionally and stir it gently. Add salt and pepper to your taste.

Once the chicken is cooked, remove it from the pot and place it on a serving platter. Pour the sauce over the chicken and serve hot. You can accompany the chicken Cacciatore with fresh side dishes such as mixed salad, baked potatoes or crispy bread.