Cacciatore An Italian term for sauteed chicken that is prepared or baked with a highly seasoned tomato sauce or tomatoes, onions, diced mushrooms, and herbs like basil, oregano and chives. It is also sometimes referred to as hunter-style. An example of this dish is Chicken Cacciatore.

Cacciatore is an Italian word for hunter, or from cacciare whihc means "to hunt"
Other definition:
Cacciatore an Italian term which means "hunter". This is used to describe any stew-like dish flavored with onions, herbs, mushrooms, tomatoes and sometimes wine, an example is Chicken cacciatore or Pollo alla cacciatore

Cacciatore is pronounced "kah-chyah-toh-reh"

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