4 Reviews

Fantastic! I made this a few nights ago but made a couple changes. I had 1/4 of a red and green pepper I needed to use so I cut them into strips and sauteed them with the other vegetables. I also threw in 1 zucchini and instead of the seasoning I used The Best Creole/Cajun Seasoning Mix. Serve over rice for a great low fat meal.

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madriley61 November 20, 2009

This was, as DH declared last night, "Yummy good!". I added half of a small bell pepper, diced and 1 large garlic clove, minced and used crushed tomatoes, as that was what I had on hand. I poached 1 large chicken breast because there were just the two of us and it was so tender and juicy we could cut it with a fork. I froze the rest of the sauce to use for another yummy meal later. The amount of cayenne pepper was just right and gave it a nice touch of heat. Thanks for posting this, NeilsGirl- it's a keeper!

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Leslie in Texas November 12, 2008

This recipe was outstanding! I'm currently doing a diet with no added sugar and couldn't find any stewed tomatoes with out added sugar so I used two cans of diced tomatoes and drained the juice of one of the cans of the tomatoes. I omitted the carrot for the sugar reasons and added a little bit of adobo to the seasonings. Otherwise, I followed the recipe as written. I'll definitely be making this again.

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batricefredsti October 24, 2007

Very tasty, simple to make, and low in fat. What else could you ask for? I added four garlic cloves (we REALLY like garlic), and freshly ground black pepper. The sauce was well spiced, and the chicken was cooked perfectly using the time-line provided. I'll definitely make this again!

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Lazarus October 13, 2007
Creole Poached Chicken Breasts