Sign in

with Email

Reset password


Not a member?
Join now for FREE!

by Ingredient
Search

Chicken & Artichoke Cacciatore

StarStarStarStarEmpty star

Your rating

Recipe

 

Yield

6 - 8 servings

Prep

30 min

Cook

60 min

Ready

90 min
Trans-fat Free, High Fiber

Ingredients

Amount Measure Ingredient Features
12 ounces artichoke hearts
marinated , undrained
Camera
1 tablespoon butter
Camera
4 pounds chicken
pieces, breasts, drums, thighs
Camera
1 cup all-purpose flour
Camera
1 large onions
chopped
Camera
½ pound mushrooms
freshly sliced
Camera
3 cloves garlic
crushed
Camera
½ teaspoon oregano
Camera
½ teaspoon rosemary leaves
Camera
½ teaspoon basil
* Camera
28 ounce tomatoes, canned with juice
whole
Camera
1 x salt and black pepper
to taste
* Camera
½ cup madeira wine
*
1 pound pasta, linguine
Camera

Ingredients

Amount Measure Ingredient Features
346.8 ml/g artichoke hearts
marinated , undrained
Camera
15 ml butter
Camera
1.8 kg chicken
pieces, breasts, drums, thighs
Camera
237 ml all-purpose flour
Camera
1 large onions
chopped
Camera
226.8 g mushrooms
freshly sliced
Camera
3 cloves garlic
crushed
Camera
2.5 ml oregano
Camera
2.5 ml rosemary leaves
Camera
2.5 ml basil
* Camera
809.2 ml/g tomatoes, canned with juice
whole
Camera
1 x salt and black pepper
to taste
* Camera
118 ml madeira wine
*
453.6 g pasta, linguine
Camera

Directions

Drain artichoke hearts, reserving marinade.

Set artichokes aside.

Place marinade and butter in a large skillet.

Cook over Low heat for 10 minutes.

Dredge chicken in flour.

Brown chicken in butter mixture over Medium-High heat.

Transfer chicken to 13x9 inch baking dish , reserving butter mixture in skillet.

Sauté onion and next 5 ingredients in reserved butter mixture in large skillet until vegetables are tender.

Stir in reserved artichokes, tomatoes, salt and pepper to taste.

Pour tomato mixture over chicken.

Cover and bake at 350℉ (180℃) for 50 minutes.

Remove cover and pour Madeira over chicken.

Cover and bake for additional 10 minutes.

Cook linguine according to package directions.

Drain well.

Serve cacciatore over linguine.



* not incl. in nutrient facts Arrow up button

Comments


 

 

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 944g (33.3 oz)
Amount per Serving
Calories 151023% from fat
 % Daily Value *
Total Fat 39g 60%
Saturated Fat 12g 58%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 412mg 137%
Sodium 752mg 31%
Total Carbohydrate 43g 43%
Dietary Fiber 10g 39%
Sugars g
Protein 309g
Vitamin A 13% Vitamin C 48%
Calcium 20% Iron 76%
* based on a 2,000 calorie diet How is this calculated?
 

The Healthy Recipe

Health and nutrition news that’s easy to digest…
Grilled Low-fat chicken breast with mash and green beans

Chickens are better bred and better fed, recent study shows

A recent study conducted about chicken meat in Australia revealed some astonishing results.

Home-made chicken fingers, lower fat and sodium than take-out

Take out chicken, too much of a good thing?

Recent report shows you may want to stop eating take-out chicken and replace it with your own home-cooked chicken recipes.

Grilled Low-fat skinless chicken breast with grilled vegetables

Low-Fat Chicken Recipes Benefit Health and Speed Weight Loss

According to the United States Department of Agriculture, a century-long record of meat consumption reveals that within the past decade, chicken and beef are now available to consumers in almost equal quantity.

Chicken Udon Noodle Soup

Is it the Chicken or the Soup?

Recent study of home-made chicken soup investigates this winter cold home remedy.  Enjoying a steaming bowl of chicken soup can make a medical difference in the severity of the common cold!

Grilled Low-fat chicken breast with mash and green beans

Don’t get cheated: Water-chilled chicken breasts, the added salt and water are free!

During water-chilling, the traditional method for preparing chicken for market, multiple chickens are soaked in water and injected with a salted water solution to increase its weight.

Brown Chicken Egg and Egg Shell

Invasion of the Backyard Chicken

As Americans begin to focus more and more on making sustainable food choices and the impact that they are having on the environment, some are choosing to keep chickens in their own backyards…even in the city!

More breaking news

 

Email this recipe