Just pulled out my trusty Cuban Mojito Chicken Chili recipe, which uses the Cuban Mojito simmer sauce from TJs, and was wondering what everyone else loves to cook with some of their unique ingredients. My two recent favorites are this recipe, and the suggestion from someone else on the board to warm the Ginger Puree and spoon it over goat cheese, which makes a fabulous and addictive cracker spread.
Cuban Mojito Chicken Chili
-2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
-1 cup chopped onions
-1/2 cup chopped carrots
-1 can black beans, rinsed
-1 cup corn, frozen or good canned
-1 jar TJs Cuban Mojito sauce
-1 cup chicken broth
-1 cup grated cheddar
-Butterfly chicken breasts to make them thinner, then saute them in olive oil in soup pot over med-hi heat until cooked. Remove to bowl to cool. Add onions and carrots to pan and saute til softening. Add beans, broth, corn, Mojito sauce and bring to simmer. Shred chicken into pot. Simmer on low for an hour or so. Stir in grated cheese right before serving. Serve with rice or corn tortillas. Also awesome as a nacho topping.
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