Poulet chasseur au vin rouge


  • 2 c. à table (30 ml) d’huile d’olive Mastro®
  • 8 hauts de cuisse de poulet avec peau et os
  • 1/2 c. à thé (2 ml) de sel et de poivre
  • 8 oz (250 g) Mastro® Pancetta, coupée en cubes de 1/4 pouce (5 mm)
  • 1 oignon coupé en morceaux fins
  • 2 carottes pelées et coupées en morceaux
  • 2 bâtons de céleri tranchés
  • 8 oz (250 g) de champignons coupés en quatre
  • 4 gousses d’ail hachées finement
  • 3/4 tasse (175 ml) de vin rouge
  • 1 contenant (680 mL) de tomates en purée (passata)
  • 1 tasse (250 ml) de bouillon de poulet
  • 2 c. à table (30 ml) de persil frais haché finement


  • Faire chauffer l’huile dans une grande poêle à bords droits à feu moyen-élevé. Salez et poivrez le poulet; faire cuire le poulet, en le retournant à mi-cuisson, pendant 12 minutes ou jusqu’à ce que les deux côtés soient dorés. Réserver dans une assiette à l’aide d’une cuillère trouée.
  • Mettre la pancetta, l’oignon, les carottes et le céleri dans la poêle; faire cuire pendant 10 minutes ou jusqu’à ce que la pancetta soit croustillante. Ajouter les champignons et l’ail; faire cuire pendant 5 minutes ou jusqu’à ce qu’ils soient légèrement dorés. Ajouter le vin; faire mijoter, en grattant bien le fond de la poêle, pendant 2 minutes ou jusqu’à ce que le liquide soit réduit de moitié.
  • Incorporer les tomates et le bouillon; porter à ébullition. Remettre le poulet avec son jus dans la poêle. Réduire le feu et laisser mijoter, partiellement couvert, pendant environ 30 minutes ou jusqu’à ce que le poulet soit bien tendre. Retirer le couvercle et continuer à faire mijoter pendant 8 minutes, pour faire épaissir la sauce légèrement. Parsemer de persil.
  • Conseil : Servir sur des nouilles chaudes, de la polenta crémeuse ou de la courge spaghetti pour un repas à faible teneur en glucides et sans gluten.

Products in this recipe

de notre Instagram
The best way to celebrate all the fathers and father-figures this year? With the ultimate sandwich + burger combo, of course! Add slices of melt-in-your-mouth San Daniele® Prosciutto alongside Dad's favourite toppings for an incredible Father's Day burger 🍔
Create perfect sandwiches made of our finest Mastro and San Daniele deli meats. This summer bring tradition home to craft your savory sandwiches like never before!

Learn more at the link in our bio!
Only biting this Mastro® Genoa Salami and mozzarella sandwich is more satisfying than the cheese pull ❤️

Peppery, robust genoa salami pairs well with soft mozzarella - but will you pick hot or mild salami? Tell us in the comments 👇
We've found you the salad of the summer, thanks to Audrey from @satisfingspoonful! Fresh melon, delectable melt-in-your-mouth taste of San Daniele® Prosciutto, luxurious little bites of bocconcini - and can you believe this comes together in under 15 minutes? 

Follow Audrey's recipe at the link in our bio to make this stunning salad soon 🥗🤩
Patio charcuterie season is here! What spring flavours will you serve on your boards? Tell us in the comments, or post a photo and tag us for a chance to be featured ✨
Try this elevated take on the pizza rolls of childhood 🍕 

Our recipe for pinwheels uses puff pastry, mozzarella, and Mastro® Hot Calabrese Salami for bold, spicy flavour! You can always change out the cheese and switch out the salami for endless combinations to serve this summer. Get the recipe at the link in our bio.
@homechefkyle serves up this easy-to-make restaurant-quality plate! Starring fresh melon and San Daniele® Prosciutto, these sweet and salty flavours go together perfectly with a few other simple ingredients! 

Save this recipe to come back to to serve all summer long 🍈🥓

Here's Chef Kyle's recipe for this crudo plate:

- 100g of prosciutto
- 2 cups of diced cantaloupe or honeydew (or both)
- 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
- Ground black pepper
- A few leaves of fresh basil
- 1/2 cup shaved pecorino or parmesan

Simply layer all the ingredients on a plate and serve with toasted sourdough or fresh focaccia!
Bite-sized appetizers are just what your long weekend celebrations need! 🎇 Colourful baby bell peppers, filled with a mix of blue cheese and Mastro® Genoa Salami, are a quick and delicious addition to the barbecue menu. We've got an easy recipe for you to follow at the link in our bio.

Share with a friend who would love these!
Two Italian classics, plated to perfection by @sweetandsaucycooking❤️ We love the
pairing of fresh tomato bruschetta with the herbs and spiced flavour of sliced Mastro® Cacciatore Salami!

Want to make this at home? You’ll need:
・Mild Cacciatore Salami
・Toasted Italian bread
・Vine tomatoes
・Salt & Pepper
・Extra virgin olive oil
・Parmigiano Reggiano cheese

Chop your tomatoes, then toss with olive oil, basil, salt, pepper, and Parmigiano Reggiano to taste. Top your bread with the bruschetta, then serve with thinly sliced cacciatore!
A few quality ingredients can elevate a simple dish. Made according to tradition, Mastro® Cacciatore Salami is skillfully seasoned with our blend of herbs and spices for a sweet, delicate flavour. Cacciatore is smaller compared to other salamis, making it ideal for a snack or to add easily to any charcuterie board.

Serve thin slices of cacciatore with marinated burrata cheese and fresh basil to enjoy the flavours of Italy at home 🇮🇹
Serve a selection of salamis at your next get-together! Offering a few different flavours is sure to impress, especially when you’re serving the time-honoured flavours of Mastro® ❤️

Our recommendations? You can’t go wrong with classic Genoa Salami – serve it mild or hot to let your guests pick their favourite!