Boneless Pork Cacciatore Recipe

Wednesday, May 3, 2017
I love pork in sauce, it always makes a great flavored sauce. This one pan easy meal will make everyone happy and it's great served even over a cooked pasta or with rice that will stretch that family budge to feed a large group of people.

This is a one pan meal with boneless pork, tomatoes, peppers simmered low in a fry pan with mushrooms

Check Out this Classic Chicken Cacciatore in a slow cooker recipe!

this is a slow cooker chicken cacciatore with peppers, tomato sauce slowly cooked in a crockpot

This is a quick and easy stove top stew!

This stew on top of the stove all in one pan is the easiest meal you can make. Whether you use pork, beef or chicken, it's delicious. I love making this when I am in a hurry because it's usually fork tender in under and hour. Lean boneless meats work the best. Leftovers can be amazing also. You can use them in my mini cupcake pot pie recipe!

Growing up my mom made alot of these one pan meals. She would work late at the supermarket she worked in. By the time she got home she would have to whip something up quick. We loved this one pan boneless pork cacciatore, it was a nice change from chicken. Chicken cacciatore was dad's favorite and we had that quite often as well. No matter what meat she chose to use it was tender, juicy and delicious everytime.

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This is a one pan meal with boneless pork, tomatoes, peppers simmered low in a fry pan with mushrooms an Italian Speciality

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Boneless Pork Cacciatore

prep time: 10 MINScook time: 1 hourtotal time: 1 hours and 10 mins


6 to 8 thick boneless pork chops or use chicken, beef, deer meat or any other you like
3 bell peppers sliced
8 plum tomatoes pulsed to a diced size
3 cloves minced garlic
1 can 16 ounce whole tomatoes with basil added pureed in the food processor
olive oil
1/2 cup white wine ( I used Pinot Grigio)
salt, pepper, cayenne pepper or red pepper flakes, oregano, parsley

Optional:  I sometimes throw in a can of mushrooms, peas or cut green beans for an additional vegetable at the end of cooking.  Also I add a handful of finger carrots for sweetness


Saute the pork  until nicely browned on both side in a fry pan and season to taste.

In a large enough Dutch oven transfer the pork to accommodate all the ingredients, add the tomatoes, wine, herbs and spices and garlic ( onion if using) to the pan. Top the with peppers and any other vegetables you would like except peas, add them 1/2 hour before  done.  Either simmer on top of stove around 2 hours on low or place in the preheated oven at 350 degrees until everything is cooked around 1 hour.
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  1. This would definitely make my family happy! Perfect dinner for this rainy forecast!

  2. Pork in sauce is perfect! Love cacciatore and yours looks delicious. It would be a hit here in this chilly rainy weather!

  3. thanks Mike... good catch I use around 6 for my size family, I wouldn't use more than 8 they are around 1 inch thick. Great with boneless spare ribs as well!


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