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A dish designated chasseur (for instance chicken chasseur or veal chasseur) is served with a sauce of mushrooms, shallots or onions, tomatoes, and white wine. In French, chasseur means literally ‘hunter’, and the recipe probably originated as a way of serving game. The equivalent term in Italian cookery is cacciatore.

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