I have made this a couple of times. We really like it. We omit the onion and cube the chicken and peppers. We love it. It is healthy and a "whole foods" meal that my whole family will eat. Thank you for posting Pixie.
This was a great recipe. I served it with low carb tortillas, shredded cheddar and sour cream. If I had planned ahead, I would have made some guacamole, but didn't get avocados at the store. I did double the spices since other reviewers said it wasn't very spicy. I thought it was fine with the spices doubled.
We thought this was good, but not great. It just seems to be a little lacking in flavor. We ate ours in a wrap.
Yum! Not as spicy as I was thinking it would be, but good none the less.
This was exactly what I was looking for today! I wanted something quick, spicy, low fat, diabetic friendly, and warm, that I could put into a wheat tortilla for lunch for the client I cook for. Your recipe fit the bill perfectly and it was delicious! Thanks so much for a great recipe!
Very good and very easy weeknight dish! For my non-dieters who wanted some carbs with dinner, I served this over jasmine rice and it was very well received by all. Thanks for posting.
This was a quick and easy recipe. My kids and I loved it. I only added half of the paprika and chili powder, as I thought it might be too spicy for the kids. I was wrong, they wanted me to add all of it next time we make it. The chicken with all the spices was excellent! This is going to be added to our bi-weekly meal plans.
Pretty Darn Good! I served it over rice. And even though mine ended up watery, but that is due to the fact that I thawed my chicken in a brine. I did cut the hot spices in 1/2 because my oldest is a picky eater and claims some pizza's are spicy. In the end everyone ate it up. Thanks for the recipe Pixie!