Chicken and Peppers in Garlic Wine Sauce

"Pollo con Pimientos, Ajos y Vino Blanco...submitted for Zaar World Tour 5. Spanish dish features chicken sauteed in olive oil and garlic, then simmered with roasted red peppers in white wine."
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  • Salt chicken breasts on both sides.
  • Pour olive oil into a large, heavy fry pan and place on medium heat. When hot, place chicken breasts in pan and brown on both sides.
  • Add garlic to pan and saute with chicken over low heat.
  • Cut peppers into large strips and place in pan.
  • Pour 12 oz white wine into pan and cook on medium heat until chicken is cooked through. If wine evaporates, add 4 oz more and continue to cook.
  • Slice chicken and place on platter with the garlic slices and red pepper. Pour wine sauce over top and serve.

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  1. This was delicious. All the flavors I love. When all the wine had evaporated I added some chickenbroth. I used fresh peppers and cut them in thin strips. Towards the end I added some fresh chopped parsley. Thanks for a good and easy recipe :)
  2. We had this for dinner tonight and my family really enjoyed it and said it's a keeper. Very flavorful dish. Made for Sultans of Spice ZWT 5


I grew up in rural east Texas and Louisiana before being transplanted to the beautiful state of Kentucky at the age of for the most part, my 'hard drive' is programmed for rich, southern style food. Recipes for things like mashed potatoes, cream gravy, pot roast, chicken fried steak and chili are burned in to my DNA!! ?I will never deny my love for rich, southern foods and I'm not a fan of stripping away all the fat and flavor in order to lighten up my favorite southern staples, however (fortunately) my culinary horizons expand beyond my roots and I love finding new foods and new ways of cooking that are just as delicious and in many cases much healthier. ?I do receive an incredible amount of joy from feeding others....a trait I definately attribute to my southern roots.
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