How to Make Quick Mofongo Volcano w/Pollo Guisado (Chicken Stew)

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Mofongo Volcano w/Pollo Guisado (Chicken Stew). This delicious one-pot chicken stew was a weekly staple in my home. Toss chicken and bunch of flavorful ingredients into a pot, cover and cook The quintessential flavor profile of Puerto Rican stews is sofrito. Spices like adobo and sazon give the pollo guisado the salty, umami flavor that keeps you.

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Hey everyone, I hope you’re having an amazing day today. Today, we’re going to prepare a special dish, mofongo volcano w/pollo guisado (chicken stew). It is one of my favorites. For mine, I am going to make it a bit unique. This will be really delicious.

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This delicious one-pot chicken stew was a weekly staple in my home. Toss chicken and bunch of flavorful ingredients into a pot, cover and cook The quintessential flavor profile of Puerto Rican stews is sofrito. Spices like adobo and sazon give the pollo guisado the salty, umami flavor that keeps you.

To get started with this recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can cook mofongo volcano w/pollo guisado (chicken stew) using 19 ingredients and 23 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Mofongo Volcano w/Pollo Guisado (Chicken Stew):

  1. Make ready of chicken breast, cut into 1" cubes.
  2. Take of garlic, minced.
  3. Prepare of fresh oregano, minced.
  4. Make ready of salt.
  5. Prepare of adobo.
  6. Take of cumin.
  7. Get of olive oil.
  8. Prepare of plantains.
  9. Prepare of water.
  10. Prepare of better than bouillon concentrated chicken stock.
  11. Prepare of yukon gold potatoes, chopped.
  12. Prepare of large carrots, sliced.
  13. Prepare of celery, sliced.
  14. Get of yellow onion, sliced to half rings.
  15. Get of sofrito.
  16. Get of tomato sauce.
  17. Get of bay leaf.
  18. Make ready of sazon goya con cilantro y achiote.
  19. Prepare of bag of chicharrones (fried pork skins).

The consistency of the stewed chicken is between simple roast chicken and asopao–the classic soupy Puerto-Rican stew. All Reviews for Mofongo Relleno de Pollo Guisado (Plantains and Pork Cracklings with Stewed Chicken). Stew cod fish, roast chicken, stew chicken, roast pork, rice with beans, white rice, sweet plantains, chicken soup. Hoy en Manny Mofongo arroz blanco, arroz amarillo con vegetales, berenjenas guisadas, bacalao con papa y zanahoria, pollo guisado y pollo horneado, vegetales al vapor.

Steps to make Mofongo Volcano w/Pollo Guisado (Chicken Stew):

  1. Put olive oil, salt, adobo, 1 tbsp oregano, and 2 garlic cloves (minced in a food processor). Chop until well mixed.
  2. Put chicken in a ziplock bag with marinade. Let marinade for at least a day up to 12 hours in the refrigerator..
  3. Cut a slit in the skin of the plantain. Try not to cut into the fruit..
  4. Pull back the peel from the slit..
  5. Cut off the ends and discard. Then cut the slices at an angle about 3/4" thick..
  6. Repeat this for the other plantains. Fully submerge in salt water (salt to about the taste of ocean water). Place in the fridge to soak.
  7. Start to brown the chicken in batches in a dutch oven over medium heat. Do not crowd the pan or you wont achieve browning, you'll actually end up steaming the chicken. Remove the chicken as its brown to a bowl..
  8. Lower the heat to medium. In the same pot cook your onions and garlic till aromatic (about 3-5 minutes)..
  9. Add one cup water and scrape as much if the frond as you can off the bottom of the pan. Simmer for two minutes.
  10. Add sofrito, tomato sauce, sazon, water, better than boullion or equivalent, celery, potatoes, carrots, bay leaf and cilantro. Cook for five minutes.
  11. Simmer for 10 minutes over medium-high heat..
  12. Add chicken and then simmer for another 20 minutes. Season to taste with adobo and/salt. All done! Cover and put this to the side. Its time too make the mofongo..
  13. Bring a medium sauce pan filled with water to boil..
  14. When the water comes to a boil place the 1/2 of your plantains in the boiling water. Set timer for ten minutes. You'll want to remove the plantains when they can be pierced by a fork..
  15. While waiting for the water to boil, lay the other 1/2 of your soaked plantains out on paper towels and put another one over them to pat them dry. Try to get them really dry. These will be going into hot oil pretty soon, dont want splatter all over your arms..
  16. Pour enough oil to make a 1 inch thick pool on the bottom of a hot sautee pan over medium heat. Let it heat up until you can feel the heat when you hold your hand about 6 inches away. Another way to test the oil is put a tiny piece of plantain in the oil. If it starts to cook immediately youre ready. While waiting you can line a large plate with paper towels to absorb the extra oil from the cooked plantains..
  17. You can also mash the remaining minced garlic in a mortar and pestle.
  18. And crush your chicharrones in a large bowl..
  19. Using a spider (basically a wire mesh spoon) place the plantains in the hot oil. Allow to brown and then move to the paper towel lined plate..
  20. To help your mixing efforts, go ahead and chop up the fried plantains..
  21. Then combine the garlic, chicharrones and plantains (fried and boiled) in a bowl. Mash with a potatoe masher until you get a very stiff dough. Depending on how done you're plantains are you may need a food processor to help you out, don't be shy..
  22. Work the dough with your hands to make a volcano looking bowl on your plate. The mofongo is very crumbly so it's easiest to form the walls in your hands and then place them down next to the previous section. Be patient!.
  23. Pour in stew garnish and eat up..

This is a yummy version of chicken stew that I got from my Puerto Rican inlaws. Very tasty and inexpensive to make. I have never measured the ingredients so I guessed on them. Serve over white rice with some corn niblets and you have a very filling, delicious meal. Smart Little Cookie. ยท Dominican Braised Chicken or Pollo Guisado is a simple and easy meat dish that is filled with flavor and one of the most popular dishes in Dominican cooking. #smartlittlecookie #DominicanFood #PolloGuisado #Recipe #Chicken.

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