I have made this many times, and I have always found that the cooking time is a lot longer than stated for the rice to cook through
It's a simple dish, but at the same time extremely satisfying particularly in the cold weather. I give it 3 stars because the flavors are simple and don't wow, but it's a dish that you will find yourself returning to again and again
This is by far the best chicken recipe I have encountered from this magazine. When I first made the dish I followed it exactly and found it to be good. Then I substituted chorizo sausage for the italian sausage and found what I was looking for -- a savory and deliciously complex flavor! In fact, the technique of cooking the chorizo first and then using the dripping to brown the chicken added a tremendous amount of flavor. Thank you Fine Cooking.
This is a great winter dish. I sometimes make it with boneless skinless thighs and it's delicious. It also stands up as a leftover, when there is any.
absolutely delicious and easy to make!
We loved this dish. It's hearty and flavorful and not too hot. Very hearty - a little on the heavy side, so great for cooler weather. Don't overcook - it's very easy to let it simmer too long and then it does tend to get a little too dry.
This is a favorite at my house. I have modified the recipe to be more South Beach friendly by grilling chicken and sausage, using turkey sausage, and substituting brown rice. You just have to use a little extra broth for cooking and a few more minutes.
Great for weeknights but good enough for company and leftovers are surprisingly good.