Recipe by Jane Cooks It Up
"A one-pan dish that's easy and fills the house with a wonderful scent. Great with either fresh or canned tomatoes. It's delicious when served over jasmine or basmati rice with mango chutney on the side."
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skinless, boneless chicken breasts, cut into 1-inch pieces
Note: two 14oz cans of diced tomatoes works well in this dish (instead of the fresh tomatoes). Lightly drain the tomatoes before adding. The cooking time can be reduced this way.
My kids loved this and let me know we should have it again. No complaints about the peas! I went with the canned tomatoes, and I baked chicken breasts on the side and cubed them. I went plus +50% on all the ingredients and that was way too much chicken, I ended up not using two breasts at all.
This recipe was absolutely delicious. My husband is allergic to onions, so we had to leave those out but it did not affect the dish at all. Served with aromatic white rice (a local Louisiana, made in the USA variety). I will definitely be making this again!
This was a very tasty dish. I followed the recipe exactly except I added a dash of smoked paprika and used an 8 oz. can of Le Sueur peas instead of frozen. I served it over Jasmine rice. The dish definitely is better on the 2nd day. I think it was missing something, but that could be because I really love spicy foods and was expecting more "kick" from the dish. Next time I think I will add a minced hot pepper.
This was a tasty quick dish (I used cubed cooked chicken). This would be great served for last minute dinner guests and a quick family meal.
Very good flavours! The tomatoes lend sweetness to this dish that is very addictive. I ended up sprinkling a little more curry powder and garam masala because we like heavily spiced curries. Overall a very tasty dish and great for people who cannot take heat. But, we like spicy curries... so, if you do too, I would add cayenne pepper and possibly throw in some serrano chili or Indian chili powder for kick.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
East Indian Chicken with Tomato, Peas, and Cilantro
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 86
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