*  Exported from  MasterCook  *
                             Chicken Cacciatore
 Recipe By     : Presto
 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Pressure Cooking
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
    1                    chicken -- cut up (3-pound)
    3      Tablespoons   all-purpose flour
    1      Teaspoon      salt
      1/8  Teaspoon      pepper
    2      Tablespoons   vegetable or olive oil
      1/4  Cup           diced salt pork
    1 1/2  Cups          sliced onions
    2      Cloves        garlic -- minced
    2      Tablespoons   minced parsley
      1/2  Teaspoon      chopped fresh oregano OR 1 teaspoon dry
                         -- oregano
      1/2  Cup           chopped carrots
      1/2  Cup           chopped celery
    1      Can           Italian tomatoes -- chopped (1-pound)
                         Salt and pepper
      1/2  Cup           white wine
    1      Can           tomato paste -- (6-ounce)
 Coat chicken in mixture of flour, salt, and pepper; set aside.  Put oil in a
 4- or 6-quart Presto pressure cooker.  Saute pork until crisp.  Add onions and
 saute until light brown; remove and set aside.  Brown chicken a few pieces at
 a time; set aside.  Pour off excess drippings; stir garlic, parsley, and
 oregano into remaining drippings.  Return chicken and onion to pressure
 cooker.  Add carrots, celery, tomatoes, salt, pepper, and white wine.  Close
 pressure cooker cover securely.  Place pressure regulator on vent pipe.  Cook
 for 8 minutes, at 15 pounds pressure, with regulator rocking slowly.  Cool
 pressure cooker at once.  Place chicken on warm platter.  Stir tomato paste
 into sauce in pressure cooker.  Simmer until thickened.  Pour over chicken.
 Makes 4 to 6 servings.
 Posted To Fabfood September 1998~Busted With 2.0 by <melizajane@aol.com>
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 NOTES : Cacciatore means “hunter” in Italian. And what could taste better
 after a day’s hunt than fresh chicken prepared with Italy’s native tomatoes,
 olive oil, onion, garlic, and wine. For starters, serve an antipasto salad,
 followed by Chicken Cacciatore with pasta and shredded Parmesan cheese. Round
 out the meal with garlic bread and spumoni.