This is Tarrence's speciality and it's incredibly
versitile. You can pretty much use whatever is in
the fridge, and mix and match ingredients to make
it your own.
1 can of black beans (16 oz can = 1 1/2 cup dried)
Enough rice for the amount of people you're serving
(we usually use brown rice, but you can use whatever
rice you like)
1-2 chicken breasts per person, diced
Red and/or Green peppers
Fresh chopped cilantro
1/2 bottle of Goya Sofritos ( found in Latin section
of your grocery store. If you can't find it, click
here for the recipe)
2 packets of Goya Sazon
Spices: Cumin, Chili Pepper, Crushed Red Pepper,
Pepper, Salt, Oregano, Bay leaves (not whole),
Garlic, Adobo spices
4 cloves garlic
1 teaspoon dried oregano
1 teaspoon peppercorns
1/2 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon salt
ground with motar and pestle until a paste)
1. Pour beans into saucepan, with a little water.
Add 1 packet of Goya Sazon and cook on low heat
2. Heat olive oil in pan, add diced chicken, cook
over medium heat. Add Sazon packet and Sofritos. Add
spices - feel free to add any spices you like here.
You can't really go wrong.
3. Cook rice as directed.
4. Once chicken is cooked through, add peppers, onions
and cilantro. Cook for a few minutes, but don't let
the peppers get soft.
5. Add beans and rice to the chicken, stir and serve
with diced avacado on top!