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Chicken Chasseur
Boost of Flavour

Chicken Chasseur

This hearty ‘hunter’s sauce’ is a classic from the French repertoire and uses a subtle fusion of herbs and spices, perfect for stewing chicken, onions and mushrooms.
Boost of Flavour
Covering some of Ireland's favourite dishes, Knorr Mealmakers are a tasty way to revive your weekly repertoire. Prepared with vegetables, herbs and spices grown with passion, naturally dried and skillfully blended. Great taste is in our nature!

Free From

  • Free from artificial colours
  • Free from artificial preservatives
  • No Added MSG


                                Serving Size 1/4 of the prepared recipe 
                                Servings Per Container 4.0
Amount Per Portion Percentage Per Portion Per 100g
Calories 222.0 11% 324.0
Fat 4.8 7% 1.7
Total Fat 4.8 7% 1.7
Saturated Fat 0.6 3% 0.5
Salt 1.6 27% 10.9
Total Carbohydrate 10.0 4% 66.0
Sugars 3.2 4% 15.0
Protein 32.0 64% 10.0

How to use

For this recipe you will need: 1 tbsp vegetable oil, 4 skinless chicken breasts, 1 onion (chopped), 125g mushrooms (sliced), 400ml water. Cooking Instructions: Step 1: Preheat oven to 180°C, 170°C fan assisted, Gas mark 4. Step 2: Heat the oil in a frying pan and fry the chicken on both sides until golden, then add to a casserole dish. Step 3: Fry the onion and the mushrooms until soft, add to the casserole dish. Step 4: Blend the contents of the sachet with the water, pour over the chicken, cover and cook for 1 hour or until cooked through. Delicious with boiled potatoes and seasonal vegetables of your choice.

Frequently asked questions about this product

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Knorr Chicken, Vegetable, Ham and Beef Stock Cubes do not currently contain paprika, cayenne pepper or chilli but please make sure you always check the ingredients list on the pack just in case there are any recipe changes.

Only the vegetable Knorr Stock Pot and Liquid Stock is suitable for vegetarians.

We can claim gluten free status, which complies with FIC Regulations, as it falls under 20ppm gluten.

We are still required to highlight any allergens according to the EU allergen regulation.

If garlic is added to a recipe, this would be declared in the on-pack ingredient list. However, we cannot guarantee the absence of garlic in flavourings in a recipe and garlic would not necessarily need to be declared next to the word “flavourings” in the ingredient list as it is not one of the 14 allergens according to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No. 828/2014.

Also, other products made in the same line and factory may contain garlic, therefore we will not be able to guarantee its absence due to potential cross contamination.