Arroz con Pollo

  • pgarmar Posted: 11/06/09
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    We loved this dish with some modifications... Instead of diced ham, we used bacon which gave it a great flavor. Will make again.

  • CAgirlinIA Posted: 09/22/11
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    I had to modify out of necessity as I didn't want to go to the grocery. I used chicken BREAST, did not sprinkle with lime juice, used chopped RED pepper, had no peas nor ham and didn't want to use bacon as I was using that in the red beans I was serving with it. Still great! Wonderful flavor. Chicken is all gone but I will have the red beans on top of the rice for lunch and can't wait! I will make again.

  • jebavonct48 Posted: 10/24/11
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    Very good! Used chicken tenders instead. Had all the other ingredients on hand except ham so used bacon. So the chicken would not be over done, I did not add it to the rice for the first 10 minutes the rice cooked. Worked fine.

  • mandofan Posted: 11/14/11
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    Tasty. If halving the recipe, cut back cooking time for rice by about half, as well as the time for the rice and chicken to cook together.

  • chef1greg Posted: 02/20/12
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    Good recipe - will make it again - the whole family loved it. I will use boneless chicken next time so that slow-cooked chicken bones don't get mixed in with the food.

  • kashsgranny Posted: 06/04/12
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    EXCELLENT flavors. Those green olives really make it come to life. Exactly what I was looking for. I made the recipe as written, next time I will probably use chicken tenders or boneless breasts. My husband and daughter LOVED it. The entire pot was gone at the end of the day between the 3 of us! My daughter even printed the recipe so she can make it at home. Def a keeper.

  • mlr8575 Posted: 02/22/14
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    My husband is a very picky eater, particularly when it comes to international foods. He said that this dish was "really good, almost restaurant quality". I've been cooking for him since 2009 and this is the first time he's ever called anything "almost restaurant quality", so I am taking that as a compliment. I did make it with bone-in chicken breast instead of drumsticks and thighs. After browning, I roasted the chicken in the oven and then finished it in the rice for the last 20 minutes. I then put the chicken back in the oven for a few minutes to crisp up the skin. I don't eat chicken so I also made a version using Mahi Mahi instead of chicken and substituted portobellas for the ham in the rice. I browned the mahi and then added it back to the pan in the last 5-7 minutes to finish it off.

  • Jennradraz Posted: 07/05/13
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    MMMM!! Really good!


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