Chicken is the most popular meat on the caribbean islands. Here are my favorite Latin and Caribbean chicken recipes.
Every culture has a chicken soup recipe. This chicken and noodle soup is popular in the Dominican Republic and just as comforting as any chicken soup recipe.
If you like fried chicken, try Chicharrones de Pollo, the Dominican version of fried chicken. The chicken is marinated in a lime based marinade with garlic, then coated in seasoned flour and fried. Serve the fried chicken with traditional rice and beans or potatoes.
Want to use up your left over chicken? This recipe is perfect for that. You can leave out the hot peppers if you don't like them. Empanadas make great lunches and meals on the go.
Garlic and onions give this chicken recipe flavor beyond belief. The chicken is so tender it practically falls off the bone. What a great weekday meal!
This savory chicken dish is a Puerto Rican favorite. Depending on the country, there are other ways of making pollo en escabeche. In the Spanish language, escabeche usually refers to pickled dishes. However, this dish calls for chicken cooked in a vinaigrette and olive oil sauce. The result is highly flavorful, savory chicken.
Serve sweet but savory Chef Don Clark's Coconut Chicken Toston Cup Filling in fried plantain cups.
8. Trini Pelau
This favorite one pot meal from Trinidad is made with pigeon peas, chicken, fresh herbs and coconut milk. The entire dish is flavored and colored with Burnt Sugar.