posted on Jun, 24 2009 @ 06:36 PM
Chicken, deboned, dusted with chili powder and pepper, pan fried in olive oil with garlic, tomatoes and onions and a dash of cilantro, thicken the
"soup" resulting from the frying with corn starch and slather the whole thing with jack cheese, roll into a tortilla for awesome burritos. mmmmmm.
If you like bit of burn as I do, toss in a healthy dose of sliced serrano peppers, or peppers of your choice. *slobber*
Again, boneless chicken pieces -- breasts or thighs. Pound them with that pyramided hammer thingy until they are thoroughly punished.
Saute them in olive oil.
Meanwhile, make a fruit sauce..... Fruit of your choice (I like either mango or papaya best), Take the pulp of fruit, splash it with garlic and
fresh (if possible) basil, pepper and a smidgeon of salt. Thyme, if you don't have basil. Let this slowly cook. When the chicken is ready, pour
the chicken juices in the fruit sauce.
When the chicken is nearly cooked, toss in sliced scallions, cut up broccoli and sliced mushrooms. Put these all in at the same time, as the broccoli
should have a bit of snap to it. Don't overcook the broccoli -- it should be still bright green.
Put a whorl of sauce on a plate, followed by the cooked chicken, topped with the vegetable mixture. Shred parmaesan cheeses over the whole thing.