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I made the recipe for two but cut down the cayenne and added shrimp as I only had one chicken breast.

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adopt a greyhound September 08, 2011

We really enjoyed this. I left out the seasoning salt and used low-sodium broth, to try to reduce the high sodium content in this one. I used jasmine rice, as it's all I had, and it seemed to work really well with it. Definitely a keeper!

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irishtwinsny December 16, 2009

This was fantastic! It is indeed a bad weather day, and this hit the spot. I did vary a titch from the recipe, but not enough that I feel I shouldn't be reviewing it. I used brown rice, so I needed a lot more broth. Obviously, my cooking time was longer because of this. I also omitted the peppers because DH doesn't like them. I used turkey kielbasa, and forgot about the peas so didn't add them. =) DH loved it so much he went back for seconds (which is saying a lot because he has been diligently counting calories for months now, and it takes a lot to get him back for seconds). This was a great meal for a late winter snow stormy eve.

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GreenMtnGirl February 21, 2009

Great bad weather meal. I made a few changes: I substituted a can of white beans for the chicken, I cooked the rice separately and added it when I ate it, I left out the cyan pepper and added it when I ate it (my wife hates hot stuff)and I added 3 tbs of Worcestershire sauce. It came out delicious! I will make this again. Thanks for the recipe.

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Chef Smig52 January 14, 2008
Spicy Chicken, Kielbasa and Rice With Red Bell Peppers