Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 20 min.
The first time I made this, I followed the recipe to a tee. It was good, but seemed a bit bland. The second time I made it I subbed chicken broth for the water, added some Tony’s original creole seasoning, and some sausage. DIVINE! Served over white rice simmered in chicken broth instead of water. I live in a small town with very limited culinary options, so we cook at home a lot. We could drive into the city, but most of the Cajun /creole places are strictly seafood and I’m allergic to shellfish, so I can’t eat at any of them. THIS is what I’ve been missing!!
Found this recipe years ago and have made it ever since. Made it to the T the first couple of times but now I always add more than the recipe calls for and especially more vegetables, water, and Paprika. Paprika is the key to making this dish taste good! My family absolutely LOVES it!! I recommend it to others but some say it takes too long to prepare but I say, It's Totally Worth It! Oh and I also serve it with Brown Rice. So So Good! Thank You!
My husband isn't a big chicken fan, but he loves this recipe.
This recipe was quite easy and went together quickly. The flavor of the sauce was good. Unfortunately, the chicken was pretty bland. I agree with the previous reviewer; additional flavor is needed and some Cajun seasoning couldn't hurt.
I actually found that this needed more flavour. Maybe some cajun seasoning would have helped.
A very good base recipe with a few small changes. Like the other reviewers, I used Rotel tomatoes (original), which added quite a bit of heat. I added a few more plain canned diced tomato, as Rotel is only 10 ounces. I omitted using cayenne altogether. I omitted the water, as well, and subbed in with 3/4 cup chicken broth. While browning the chicken I dusted it with garlic power and a generous amount of paprika for color. Finally, I topped the finished dish with a parm/asiago blend cheese. Without these changes, the dish would have been too bland for our tastes, but I appreciate the overall health of the recipe. Husband and son gave me a thumbs up to make again!
This was very good and my only complaint was I had to add a LOT of salt to my portion.
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I thought this was especially good and easy. I used a little more cayenne because we like a kick. I have to eat gluten free and I was thrilled to find something so tasty that fits the bill. My whole family loved it. Contemplating fixing it with shrimp next time, but the chicken was wonderful.
Spicy, flavorful and my husband loves it! (and that's not easy for me to say since he is so picky) Wonderful dish.