This is a very good Mediterranean style chicken dish that I love (lemon lover here). You just brown the chicken for a few mins and add the rest of the ingredients and place it in the oven while you go about making a salad (or whatever).
This is an adoption from the Garlic Lover's Cookbook (Cookbook Swap 2007) and a request to post. I made this for my family and the whole house smelled aromatic and comforting. It was a big hit at our house, hope it is at yours.
This recipe is one that my grandmother used to play around with that I love to play around with as well! Sometimes it works well with mashed potatoes with dill, peas, etc.--lots of possibilities! This recipe originated from an old 1966 Woman's Day Encyclopedia. Leftovers are great cold in a sandwich or alone. Hope you like it! Try it with turkey too! It tastes just as great! I love it!
This recipe originally came from the Chevy's and Rio Bravo Cookbook. I've made it for about ten years, for groups as large as 50 who all raved about its flavor and authenticity. The Achiote Paste can be found at Latin grocers, or by mail at MexGrocer.com. It's a little bit of work but well worth it. It's essential to use fresh orange and pineapple juice, for the enzymes, if at all possible.
Time listed includes the marinating time.