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April 9, 2013

Jamaican brown stew chicken, from Skinnytaste

Jamaican brown stew chicken, from Skinnytaste (on Soup Chick).

Gina, of Skinnytaste, grew up with Latin flavors in her family kitchen, and what she loves about Caribbean cooking is that it's similar to Latin cuisine, only hotter. (I can get behind that, too.) This Jamaican brown stew chicken in a coconut milk base, served over hot rice, sounds like a perfect party dish you can make ahead. Cut back on the amount of Scotch bonnet pepper if you don't love really spicy food. Add an avocado and tomato salad, and you have a truly festive meal.

Get the recipe for Jamaican brown stew chicken on Skinnytaste.

More on Soup Chick:
Bettyjean's chicken gumbo, from Macheesmo
Burmese chicken stew, from She Simmers
Coconut curry chicken soup, from Soup Addict

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Posted by: Kalyn | April 9, 2013 at 01:41 PM

I really like the sound of this, although for me I'd probably have to cut down on the spice!

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