Made this last night. Used my new carbon steel skillet which worked fine. Next time, I will deglaze pan with mojo as fond. Will add flavor. Good and really quick. I used jalapeño instead of habanero because I had them.
This is definitely a family favorite. I've made this recipe several times without any modification and it is perfect the way it is. We really enjoyed the sweetness of the garlic as well as the habanero flavor in the mojo sauce.
Fab, really enjoyed this recipe, great flavors.
This is wonderful!! The Mojo Sauce and black beans are the stars, to be sure. I used slightly less garlic than called for as it can become overpowering, but otherwise was true to the recipe. Think I'll use the beans as filling for quesadilla as they were so good. Yum. This is a keeper.
On a night when I craved a Latin-inspired meal, this dish filled the bill. I followed the recipe pretty faithfully other than subbing chicken cutlets for turkey, flat parsley for cilantro (husband hates cilantro), and jalapeno for habanero pepper. People who change recipes completely then review them irritate me, but I feel these alterations did not change the character of the recipe. I love the combination of tangerine and lime, as well as the slices of garlic, in the mojo. I plated it up with homemade guac and mango salsa on a bed of mixed greens. It's a keeper.
This is a great recipe-- fast, easy and delicious. The sauce is simple and adds tons of flavor to plain-old-chicken. This is definitely going in my weeknight rotation.
We adapted this recipe for a vegetarian meal by skipping the turkey and serving it over rice. We cut the amount of habanero in half and it wasn't very spicy. (I'm pretty whimpy about hot food.) I liked the flavor, but I wish the sauce was thicker.
My husband made this for dinner last night. The sauce was delicious and only a bit spicy, and the cutlets were tasty. The beans were also very good. We served this with some borwn rice. All in all, it was a delicious and easy supper.