Cumin-Dusted Chicken Breasts with Guacamole Sauce

  • kerrih Posted: 11/06/08
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    I made this recipe as directed except I left out the onions. Next time I'll include green or purple onions and try sub'ing cilantro for parsley. I felt like it could have used more of a kick.

  • sohacomom Posted: 08/26/09
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    This recipe is superb. I love the sweetness of the rub on the chicken. The guacomole makes it as well. My kids devoured the chicken. I will make again and again and could easily serve to company.

  • weckyb Posted: 10/20/09
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    This chicken is delicious AND easy, so it is truly a winner. I pounded the chicken breasts out, so they would cook faster and more uniformly, so I just baked them for 7 minutes after browning. For the sauce, I used Dean's Zesty Guacamole as a base and added some lime juice, cilantro and a bit of sour cream. This recipe will go into our regular rotation.

  • f00die Posted: 01/21/09
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    This recipe is so easy and SO delicious. If you don't have fresh parsley and green onions, make it anyway, the sauce still tastes great! Also makes a great dip for tortilla chips. I typically substitute the sour cream with nonfat plain yogurt and that is great too.

  • KivakWolf Posted: 03/31/10
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    An absolutely amazing dish! I have to admit, I was a bit worried in the beginning with the smell of the brown sugar sauce, but the avocado sauce smelled wonderful. In the end, both sauces worked together in a way I'm still not able to describe to make the chicken taste nothing less than the best chicken I've had in years. Thanks for the recipe!! -Kivak

  • GFcookDebbie77 Posted: 08/20/10
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    I have made this more times than I can count. It is an excellent recipe! It finally got my son to try guacamole and he is now hooked. I like to use 3 avocados instead of one, keeping the rest of the proportions the same. The great lime flavor still comes through. Also, as with many of the reviewers, I tried cilantro in place of the parsley...adds a nice flavor! The chicken is awesome too!

  • steponme Posted: 09/24/12
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    Missouri City, TX

    The gauc. is righteous! The chicken is pretty good too. Served with Lipton Taco Rice and HEB Refried Beans w/ Tomato & Chili, yum, yum:)

  • Malindaskitchen Posted: 05/17/12
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    I have been making this recipe for years. It is great for company and family get togethers. I have used it with boneless skinless thighs and tenderloin. I like it best when we have grilled the meat and the thighs are the best. I also exchange the parsely for cilantro to make it more authentic. Love this recipe!

  • Nhowson88 Posted: 06/06/13
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    This was shockingly good. I didn't have ff sour cream, so I used a few tablespoons of canola mayo instead (sounds ridiculous, but it actually makes for great guac as well). I also added chopped fresh jalapeno to the sauce. Great stuff.

  • gkd1029 Posted: 04/04/14
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    I wasn't crazy about the sweetness of the chicken, but the guacamole sauce was quite tasty. I would use the sauce again, but would spice the chicken differently.


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