First start off by bringing your water, potatoes and 1 tbsp chicken flavoring to a boil uncovered.
While the potatoes are boiling melt the tbsp of butter in a skillet and saute the onions, garlic and tomatoes for 5 minutes. Next add the chicken breast strips and cook on medium heat until chicken is no longer pink.
Check your potatoes. As soon as a fork pierces them and slides in easliy immediately take them off the heat and drain the liquid reserving it in a bowl. Next add half of the reserved liquid in the with chicken and add your sour cream. Bring the heat down to a high simmer or medium low heat.
Make sure to stir the sour cream in fully. Add the rest of the reserved liquid if needed. The mixture should almost coat the back of a spoon. Next, add your poblano peppers, potatoes and the last tbsp of the chicken flavor.
Cover and continue to cook on medium low until the cream sauce coats the back of a spoon and is thickened (10 minutes).
Last but not least season with cracked black pepper and salt as needed and serve.