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Chicken Scarpariello
I would venture to say that, along with chicken parmigiana, chicken scarpariello is one of the most recognized chicken recipes in America. Chicken scarpariello is a composition of a few favorite ingredients: chicken, lots of garlic, and vinegar. In this recipe, I added some sausage, which is not unusual, especially if you have a big brood coming over. To multiply the recipe: Proceed in batches; then, once you have brought the whole thing to a boil, transfer to a roasting pan and finish cooking in a 450-degree oven, stirring the chicken periodically so all the pieces get crispy. Click here to see Lidia Bastianich's Take on Italian-American Cuisine.
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Louise See
Try Chicken Scarpariello from Food.com. - 2384
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Grace Parisi
To make her Sunday-supper scarpariello—chicken sautéed in a tangy lemon glaze with bell pepper—Fran Parisi always uses a whole chicken cut into pieces, then cooks it on the stove for hours. Grace Parisi opts for faster-cooking boneless thighs and skips the bell pepper in favor of jarred Peppadews, sweet-spicy pickled peppers from South Africa, sold in many US supermarkets.
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Food&Wine
To make her Sunday-supper scarpariello -chicken sautéed in a tangy lemon glaze with bell pepper-Fran Parisi always uses a whole chicken cut into pieces, then cooks it on the stove for hours. Grace Parisi opts for faster-cooking boneless thighs and skips the bell pepper in favor of jarred Peppadews, sweet-spicy pickled peppers from South Africa , sold in many US supermarkets.
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KissKiss
From italianfoodforever.com (adapted by me), the true name of this dish is "Pollo alla Scarpariello." This translates to "shoemaker's" style chicken, which consists of golden brown pieces of roasted chicken topped with a lemon sauce. This is one of my absolute favorite dishes, especially when paired with roasted garlic-rosemary potatoes. I wouldn't recommend this for a dinner party, unless you do ALL of the prep work ahead of time.
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Phil Franco
The origins of this dish are uncertain, but many people believe that it is Italian-American, not Italian, and was invented by a Southern Italian chef in New York, where it is standard fare in every neighborhood. The recipe below was obtained from a friend in Sicily. Dishes called "scarpariello," which means shoemaker style, are made in Southern Italy. The "iello" ending is definitely a Southern language ending. Saying shoemaker-style in Naples or Bari either means that the dish is so meager it could even be made by the family of a poor shoemaker, or it contains such prosaic ingredients that it can easily be cobbled together. In its most Italian version, such as the following, it is no more than fried chicken chunks on the bone, lightly glazed with a lemon-wine sauce. Often, chunks of pork sausage, sweet pepper strips, even mushrooms are added to the dish, which makes it anything but humble. Sometimes the dish is saucy, which makes it more American than Italian. Without question, chicken c
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lisalang
Ingredients: 2 1/2 lb chicken thighs with skin and bone 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 large onion, chopped 2 red bell peppers, cut into 3/4-inch pieces 2 to 4 jarred hot cherry peppers in vinegar, drained and finely chopped 5 garlic cloves, thinly ...
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Hack each thigh in half (or into thirds if large) across the bone with a cleaver or a sharp heavy knife. Pat chicken dry and season with salt and pepper. Heat 1 tablespoon of oil in a 12-inch heavy skillet over moderately high heat until hot but not ...
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Jill M.
A wonderful delicate dish, quick to fix. It is especially nice served over angel hair pasta or white rice.
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phowley
Ingredients: 1/2 lb hot and/or sweet Italian-sausage links, cut crosswise into 1" pieces 3 medium garlic cloves, crushed with side of chef's knife 1 large green or red pepper, cut into 1" pieces 1 large onion, cut into 1" pieces 1 medium sprig fresh ...
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If you can't find cherry peppers, substitute 1/4 teaspoon dried hot red pepper flakes, which you can add along with the garlic.
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Michael Romano
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