Usually the only way I buy chicken is the leg-quarters in those ten-pound bags. I'm cheap, and that's the best bargain on meat anywhere. When I get it home, I divide it three ways and freeze it in three-pound portions. I thawed one of those yesterday thinking I'd make my low-fat version of Chicken gumbo.
Today I realized I have no sweet peppers in the house. I'm sure the dish would be fine without them, but I don't like leaving out an ingredient. In fact, it seemed as though every chicken dish I make regularly requires sweet peppers.
So I started leafing through one of my Better Homes and Gardens cookbooks and noticed I had all the ingredients required for Chicken Cacciatore. I've never tasted it, much less made it, but I figured what the heck, go for it.
I told Cliff, "I don't know how dinner will be; it's something I've never had. Says here you serve it on spaghetti."
"Heck, bring it on," says he. "Anything on spaghetti is bound to be good."
I must say I tasted the sauce a while ago, and it was yummy
This isn't one of my low-fat recipes, but it doesn't appear to be too loaded with bad stuff.
We'll see how it tastes.