Sautéed Chicken and Peppers with Coconut Rice

  • radiohigh Posted: 01/28/11
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    I liked this recipe, but didn't love it. The coconut rice was excellent. The chicken was delicious. We had to use a yellow bell pepper, along with a small red pepper we had on hand, because my brother-in-law thieved my additional red bell pepper (and I know it was him because I saw it in his leftover spaghetti!) ...both peppers were wonderful in this dish and I would mix them again! We didn't have the beans on hand, and I really wish we had - Perhaps that's why I felt this dish was lacking a bit. That aside, I will be making this recipe again.

  • lalalisamarie Posted: 12/03/11
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    This is on our rotation of staple recipes. Love it!! Sometimes we use the light kind of coc. milk but the flavor isn't quite as intense. Love it!

  • mariacameron Posted: 11/15/11
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    It was okay but not special. I thought the coconut milk would add more flavor to the rice. The beans were a big hit w/my family - I did not realize my children loved beans that much... Will make a fresh batch of beans to go w/the chicken leftovers.

  • Honibee333 Posted: 06/07/13
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    I haven't cooked in a few yrs but my boyfriend and I just moved in together. We decided I'm not going to work right now so I want to cook. This was easy to make and surprisingly delicious. I can be picky and hate cooked veggies but I loved everything about this and so did my boyfriend. We had all the ingredients as listed though our coconut milk was just a little shy of 14oz. and our beans were a little over 19oz. Also, I was a little frazzled with other things going on so I didn't take the time to put the whole clove of garlic in. That would have added an extra flavor. Overall it was great but I'll be sure to have a little more prep time. This is definitely going to be a regular meal for us. :) Also we think the coconut rice is sweet enough to be a breakfast item, no sugar needed. :)


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