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MissiFizzle...the garlic and annatto powder are SUPPOSED to be listed twice, you ADD more after you brown the chicken!! Maybe then it would be a 5 star recipe, a lot more flavor!!Read More
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FYI... garlic and annatto powder are both listed twiceRead More
MissiFizzle...the garlic and annatto powder are SUPPOSED to be listed twice, you ADD more after you brown the chicken!! Maybe then it would be a 5 star recipe, a lot more flavor!!
Great recipe! Yes, the annatto and garlic are listed twice, because they are used twice...SMH. McCormick now has ground annatto (Achiote Molido), so it's a little easier to find in larger grocery stores. The second time I made it I used reduced sodium soy sauce, and it definitely cut down on the saltiness from when I originally tried the recipe but kept the same great flavor. This one's a keeper!
FYI... garlic and annatto powder are both listed twice
I am making this recipe for the second time. It's great! Since annatto is a coloring (and I couldn't find it), I substituted a little turmeric. Last time I made it with chicken, this time I mixed pork and chicken and used a slow cooker. It was also wonderful! Since you end up with a ton of sauce, I thickened it with cornstarch at the very end and served it over UNSALTED rice. The sauce is quite salty (guess you could use low-salt soy). It's a very satisfying dish with flavor combinations I am familiar with in marinades but yet, with the vinegar, it turns out to be a very different taste experience...one that we loved! Oh...I wish I could find coconut vinegar but read other adobo recipes and used apple cider vinegar; again, delicious.
My family really enjoyed this dish and we have tried many versions. We just used regular vinegar because that’s all I had. Good!
this is good recipe
I followed the recipe exactly and the chicken was tender but my family didn't love the flavor.
I substituted cider vinegar and also add freash Ginger
Love this recipe. I don’t think a thing should be changed
It was a great success! I substitute with Apple cider vinegar and this gave it a great deal of flavor. Also substituted coriander and turmeric for some of the annato.
My husband enjoyed this more than I did. The vinegar marinade was a bit to strong for me.
it was delicious! and healthy for those how to take some extra taste in life i am from Pakistan and i have recipe site you can visit them and see quality recipe of chicken
Easy to make and tastes awesome thank you!God bless
This is my second time making it. The first time I didn't have annatto powder so I subbed for sweet blend tumeric (it has lots of cinnamon in it which added a special magic to the flavor and not to mention it made it smell even better, if you can believe that) and paprika. This time around I found annatto powder and I still added the sweet blend tumeric because I couldn't live without it. Absolutely wonderful and it was an instant hit at home. Thank you. :)
Just a firsr try. Everyone including myself loved it