I made several changes, due to personal preference and what I had on hand. It turned out different then the recipe intended, but it was SO good. Instead of cooking the chicken first, I cored and cut up 3 good sized tomatoes and half of a large onion, and let that simmer with a few dashes of olive oil, garlic powder, salt and pepper. As that was cooking I started to get the chicken ready, but when I opened the package, it had a horrible smell, so I threw it out. Luckily I had just bought sweet italian chicken sausage on a whim. It was packaged hot dog style...meaning there was 9 big "weiners" rather then one large one. I minced three of them, covered them and reserved them for later. I diced a medium sized green pepper and threw that in. Then I added just about half a teaspoon of evaporated cane juice, to lessen the acidity of the tomatoes. I let the vegetables simmer with the top on for about an hour. Then I diced about 8 very small yellow potatoes (I forget what they are called but they turn very soft and almost buttery when cooked, and they are very very small) and threw those in. I then put in the reserved sausage. At this point I added some water, as I had taken the top off for a little bit, and I wanted there to be a good amount of broth for the sausage to flavor and the potatoes to absorb. Throughout the cooking time, I added salt, pepper and garlic powder as needed. I ate it over brown rice, and it was amazing! The leftovers were wonderful.
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I made several changes, due to personal preference and what I had on hand. It turned out...