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Add the carrot, onion and garlic

This recipe works well for both chicken and hens, but even better with rabbit. If you're in a hurry, there are commercially available sauces for adding to your meat without having to go to the bother of buying all the separate ingredients, but of course you won’t get the same result as one made entirely at home.
Hunter’s chicken stew is a recipe with purely peasant origins. Geographically, Tuscany claims to be the region where the dish was first made, although some argue that it has its roots in Umbria, or even Emilia. As for the etymology of the name of the recipe, "hunter", this refers to the particular flavour derived from a combination of garlic and rosemary used in the preparation of the dish, the same ingredients that hunters used to use to flavour and cook their prey when out on a hunt.