By Kitty Kat Cook on October 25, 2007
Photo by jrusk
Photo by jrusk
"This is my favorite dish, every time I visit my parents they must cook this for me. It's a traditional dish in Dominican families sometimes even served at least once a week. The adobo powder may be found in the Hispanic isle at your local supermarket. The Goya Adobo has a red cap. You'll find yourself seasoning everything with this. Serve with my Dominican Bean Stew / Habichuelas Rojas Guisadas"
Serving Size: 1 (290 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I cant cook to save my life...but this came out pretty well. I loved it!"
"Masha'Allah, this recipe is yummy!! I didn't have red onions and replaced them with yellow. I had to replace the chabanelle peppers with yellow, green and red sweet ones. My picky eaters (3 and 2 yr olds) love it as well. AlHamduli Allah!"
"Loved this! I used 4 big chicken breasts, subbed orange pepper for green and added jalapenos. Everything else was right on. This is cheap, healthy and delicious! Served over brown rice and made my rice taste better ;) Awesome recipe!"
"This is a TERRIFIC recipe! So full of flavor! My whole family loved this, even my little daughter. Thanks so much for sharing, I can see why it is your favorite!"
"I am dominican and love pollo guisado too!! I followed your recipe exactly and its insane and soo simple and yet sooo flavorful. Like all your recipes, simple and flavorful keep em all comin !"