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IntroductionSpicy chicken with corn, tomatoes, and a kick of chili powder. Spicy chicken with corn, tomatoes, and a kick of chili powder.
- 3 tablespoons olive oil
- 6 skinless, boneless chicken breasts, cut crosswise into 1/2-inch wide strips
- 3 14.5 oz. cans Mexican-style stewed tomatoes
- 3 cups whole kernel corn
- 1 tablespoon chili powder
- 1/2 cup cilantro, chopped
- salt and pepper to taste
2. Add chicken to the skillet and sauté until no longer pink, about 3 minutes.
3. Add tomatoes, corn and chili powder and bring to a boil.
4. Reduce heat and simmer uncovered until chicken is cooked through and sauce is slightly thickened, breaking up tomatoes with back of spoon, about 8 minutes.
5. Mix in cilantro and season to taste with salt and pepper.
Reprinted with permission by Public Health – Seattle & King County
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Come on Spark Guys! Give it a break. The recipe was FINE .. .. just a matter of common sense in following it. Sounds real tasty & ahh-so-good for us too. A real prize for cold weather yummy dinners. In fact, this recipe is so good that I'll make it without changing it a bit. - 12/16/08
Hmmm I looked at the ingredients details to see if it would say the chicken breast weight there. All the ingredients said 0! Is there a place on spark people recipes to make comments about changes they should make? I've had a few thoughts about features that would make things easier. - 6/19/08
I agree that sometimes the recipes could be more specific. I hate when they say "cook until done". And yes, while it seems a simple thing, saying what to drain & what not to and how large an ingredient is, but it should certainly be part of the directions. It sounds good though. - 6/19/08
The recipe should specify "how big" the chicken breasts are - 6 'boneless skinless chicken breasts' could be anywhere from 3 ounces to 12! And, i typically purchase already-cut-up chicken tenders. Try using no-salt tomatoes. Regular tomatoes (no salt) with chilis would be a good substitution - 6/19/08