Recipe by RPOVARCHUK
"Wonderful homey chicken dish. This is a recipe from a relative in Panama. Fluff the rice carefully with a fork before serving, and enjoy!"
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1 (4 to 6 pound)
whole chicken, cut into pieces
green bell pepper, chopped
1 (14.5 ounce) can
salt, or to taste
ground black pepper
chicken stock, or as needed to cover
sliced black olives
chopped pimento peppers
Made this last night for dinner. Simple easy recipe that taste wonderful. Made a full recipe (for 8 servings) and my wife and I finished about half last night and had the left overs for lunch. Tastes just like the Arroz con Pollo I used to get in Panama City and Colon.
I made this yesterday and it was wonderful. I used butter (instead of oil)to brown 8 chicken thighs (instead of cutting up a whole chicken). When I make this recipe again, I will skin the thighs and drain most of the drippings before cooking the onion mixture in them. I ended up with a lot of grease in the bottom of my dutch oven. I'd make this dish for guests. It was tasty and colorful!
I made this for a fathers day dinner for my family.
I didn't use raisins only because I and my father do not like them.
Im sure it would have given it a sweet bite so I was thinking it was going to taste a bit bland without them but it was absolutely excellent! Definitly going to make again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Arroz Con Pollo
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 182
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