Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Pollo alla Cacciatora

5 pound whole chicken or parts
2 cans authentic spaghetti sauce
1 can thick, stewed tomatoes
5 cloves garlic, diced
1 large red onion, sliced
1 large peeled, grated carrot
1 grated zucchini
1 small can slice black olives (optional)
1 teaspoon sugar
1 tablespoon dried basil or 5 minced leaves fresh basil
1 teaspoon ground rosemary or 2 clumps de-stemmed fresh rosemary, crushed
1 tablespoon granulated garlic
salt and pepper to taste
1 tablespoon olive oil
½ teaspoon ground oregano (dried)
1-2 packages Pasta d’Oro gluten free corn spaghetti pasta

Disinfect and wash thawed chicken. Place in a roaster or deep casserole dish (roaster is best).
Cover evenly with stewed tomatoes, half of the seasonings, then the vegetables. Cover with spaghetti sauce, then sprinkle other half of the seasonings over it evenly. 
Bake until meat is tender and done, at the temperature of 375 degrees. Should take approximately one hour to bake. Stir and baste with the sauce about three or four times during the cooking process.

15 minutes before it is time to serve the chicken, boil some water for the pasta. Follow the instructions on the package. Make sure that you do not overcook the pasta. Pasta is overcooked if it is mushy and falls apart at the slightest touch. But please, do not cook with oil in the water. That is not necessary. Just stir it frequently.

When your pasta and chicken is done, serve the chicken on top of the pasta, stirring some of the sauce into the pasta.

Serve hot, and with salad and bread on the side. A good dessert is tiramisu or ice-cream. 


  1. So, how much flour all together you used on bread and rolls? How much apple souse? Was the dough rising at the room temperature? Did you use any liners (foil, parchment paper)?

    1. Hi, Lada! If you click on this link: http://multinationalrecipes.blogspot.com/2015/07/gluten-free-italian-breadrolls.html you will see the recipe and all the instructions how to make gluten free bread. I'm sorry I haven't gotten those things to you yet--I've had a lot happening at once. But hopefully the then you can find some helpful things on EMeals!


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