Umami Chicken Cacciatore Recipe, will tempt the taste buds

December 31, 2022 0 Comments

Umami- is a Japanese word meaning tasty, a “deliciousness” factor that is specifically derived from the detection of the natural amino acid, glutamic acid, or glutamates common in meats, cheese, broth, broth, and other protein-rich foods.

This is the new catchphrase or hot word for chefs in the industry. It’s been around for a hundred years or so, but people are starting to really talk about it in food circles and starting to use it more in everyday cooking to really make an impact in everyday meals. This is a dish that will do just that with the flavor of a cooked or processed bacon.

Ingredients you will need: Chicken 4 breasts: 4 ounces pancetta, 1 diced large red bell 1 diced small onion, 3 minced garlic cloves, 1 28-ounce can diced tomatoes, 3 ounces olive oil or canola, 3/4 cup white wine-one you would drink, 3 cans chicken broth, 3 tablespoons capers, 2 teaspoons dried oregano, 1/4 cup chopped fresh basil leaves, 1/2 cup flour, salt and pepper to taste.

First you will cut the bacon and brown it in the pan. You will withdraw and separate. Next, you will salt and season your chicken and then dredge it in the flour and sauté it in the pan with your oil. You will then remove the chicken and set it aside and add the garlic to the pan over low heat and let it bloom. Add the rest of your flour if left over, and the wine and let it cook or brown very slightly and then add your tomatoes. The acid from the tomatoes will remove any hobbies or flavors from the bottom of the pan. You’ll then add your pancetta and all other ingredients except the chicken to the pan and let it simmer until the sauce has reduced by one quarter if you want a thinner sauce, or half if you prefer a thicker sauce. You’ll then add your chicken back to the plate and let it heat back up to a good serving temperature to make sure the chicken is piping hot, then serve with whatever pasta or bread you’d like. I hope you enjoy this dish, it’s really good!

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