Saturday

Easiest Chicken Stew Ever


This is a recipe dedicated to my son who thinks peeling and chopping an onion is worse than cleaning cat litter box. So no chopping onions and neither crushing garlic. My solution to have this chicken have some taste is to use the 'Traditional Marinara Sauce' that I get at Trader Joe's . I'm obsessed with this sauce. Why? Because of the ingredients it does not have. It does not have sugar and neither any artificial color, flavor or preservatives. Can you believe that? Of course seasoning the chicken with soy sauce also helps to add more taste to this dish.



What You Need:
  • 1lb chicken breast cut in small pieces (if the chicken is frozen place it in cold water until it is mostly defrosted so you can cut it in pieces)
  • 1/8 cup Soy Sauce
  • 1 jar (18oz) Traditional Marinara Sauce from Trader Joe's
  • 1 cup baby carrots
  • 1 tablespoon butter

What To Do:




 Gather your ingredients.


Wash and pat the chicken dry with paper towel then cut the chicken in small pieces.  

Note to my son: "This is not brain surgery Felipe, just cut the chicken in a grid. I know your knife is sharp because I bought it for you."






Add the soy sauce to the chicken.








Melt the butter in a saucepan.









Add the chicken and stir over high heat.







Fry it until it changes color on the outside a matter of 2 to 3 minutes.








Add the Marinara sauce ...







... and the carrots. It will soon boil.







 Reduce the heat to low and let it cook for 30 minutes.








That's it!








You can eat it with rice and corn.

Make the 'Ridiculously Easy Rice' and heat a can of corn in a pan with a little bit of its own juice.

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