iris' StoryNo particulars here, I was hungry and used what was on hand, it taste very good.
shrimp, peeled and deveined
chicken strips, grilled
1 1/2 lb
bobaks smoked sausage, chunked
goya yellow rice
sofrito, i get mine from a friend, homemade
lime wedges, pico de gallo, scotch bonnets optional
1Gather all ingredients together. Put yellow rice on and cook according to package instructions. When completed take rice off burner and set aside. About the same time you are fixing rice put sausage and chicken on in a large skillet and heat through, about 15-20 minutes, remove from skillet to a bowl. Add shrimp to skillet, cooking just until they turn pink , remove
2Add enough chicken stock to deglaze skillet pour drippings into bowl with your meat. To your rice add 1 stick of butter'garlic and onion powder, both packets of sazon, and 1 cup of sofrito. Mix gently but well, taste. Add sausage, chicken, and shrimp, plus any remaining ingredients except stock and butter.
3Check rice during stirring, if mixture I too tight, add stock nd butter, 1 cup, and 2 pats at a time until it loosens to the consistency you like. Serve in deep bowls with lime wedges. NOTE: Look for sofrito and sazon in the ethnic section of your market, I have a friend that makes mine, Also use just mere shavins of scoth bonnet peppers, and wear gloves when handling because they are HOT, HOT, HOT !!!!!
About this Recipe
Bobby Webb Bobdoescooking - Aug 19, 2013
I wish you had a picture of this, it sounds good.
iris mccall irislynn - Aug 19, 2013
Hey, Bob I promise that as soon as I get situated, you'll get pictures.
David Brandon FRESHBAKEDIN48 - Aug 20, 2013
What is Sofrito ? I'm just a country boy from Virginia !
Bobby Webb Bobdoescooking - Aug 20, 2013
David, it is a blend of vegetables. It is used mainly in Puerto Rico dishes. It will have green pepper, red pepper, onion, garlic, tomatoes and sometimes cilantro.
But don't confusion this with Italian Sofrito. BOBBY:)
iris mccall irislynn - Aug 24, 2013
thanks Bobby was offline for a while.