Baked Chicken Cacciatore
This baked chicken cacciatore was inspired by a lonely can of stewed tomatoes that were in the pantry. This is simple to make and sooooo good! I love to serve this with mashed potatoes, but it also goes great with rice or pasta. We like it just as is, but feel free to "spice it up" any way you wish.
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You can use skin-on chicken thighs if you'd like, instead of skinless, or a mixture of chicken thighs and legs.
White wine or chicken broth can be used in place of red wine, if preferred.
This can easily be made on the stovetop by adding the chicken back to the finished sauce, covering, and allowing it to simmer until the chicken is done, 30 to 45 minutes.