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JuLee

Reged: 03/23/04
Posts: 144
Loc: Flushing Queens NYC
Spaghetti con Pollo al stilo Criollo
      05/05/04 10:20 AM

ok ok ok....just a fancy name for Juli's Cuban Style Chicken and Pasta

you'll need:

1.5 lbs. chicken breast
1 onion...1/2 for one thing, half for the other
1 green bell pepper....same as onion
5 cloves of garlic
some cumin, oregano, salt and pepper to taste
1 packet of Goya Sazon
2 small cans of plain tomato sauce (like hunts or something not flavored tomato sauces)
1 packet of no yolk noodles


1. clean chicken and cut into cubes. boil chicken, half onion, half bell pepper, 2 smashed garlic cloves, and a little salt for about 45 minutes or until chicken is cooked through and easy to shred.

2. strain out chicken and veggies... leave chicken stock to boil noodles later. you can discard the veggies

3. shred all the chicken to little peices using your fingers.

4. next, dice the other half onion and half pepper and garlic. however small is up to you, i don't like the onions and peppers to be chewable so i run it through the food processor. also mince the remaining garlic.

5. in a pot (that will be able to hold all the contents of recipe in the end) heat up some non-fat cooking sray. throw in your onions, garlic, peppers and cook a bit. add in your spices (cumin, oregan, salt, pepper, Goya Sazon) and mix well, let simmer for 1 minute.

6. add the 2 cans of tomato sauce to the mixture and blend well, let simmer for about 5 minutes.

7. begin to boil you noodles in the chicken stock until desired firmness is acheived.

8. toss in your shredded chicken into your 'sofrito' (mix we just made) make sure all chicken gets well coated.

9. after noodles are ready, strain but keep the chicken broth, and toss them in with your chicken and sofrito.

10. once again, mix well and if you feel it is too dry add a bit of broth (but not too much )

you can top it off with soy parmesean and it is a great dinner.....it also tastes great as leftover lunch!

i normally make a this on a sunday and then i will have it for lunch a couple of times throughout the week.

enjoy!


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