- (1.0 cup of chopped) Raw Onions
- (6.0 clove) Garlic
- (900 gms) Ground Chicken Breast
- 3 Jalapeno Peppers
- (3.0 tsp of ground) Oregano
- (1.0 tbsp) Cumin
- (3.0 tbsp) Chili Powder
- (900 gms low sodium canned chicken broth or homemade chicken broth even better)
- (1.0 dash) salt
Prepare all the ingredients by mincing the garlic and jalapeno peppers. Chop the onions and tomatoes.
You may use any varieties of tomatoes but I prefer roma tomatoes because they are flavorful for eating and meaty for cooking. Use a stock pot and spay it with cooking spray or Pam to avoid dish from sticking.
Set it over medium high heat. Into the stock pot, add the onions, garlic and jalapeno peppers. When adding the jalapeno peppers try to add a small amount and stir, then taste it.
Add more if necessary. Sauté the ingredients, then add the grounded chicken breast and cook halfway through or until nearly browned.
Mix the diced tomatoes with the chicken broth and stir until all the ingredients are well blended. Cover the pot, re-adjust the heat, and simmer for about 20 minutes.
Remove the cover and season it with salt and pepper to taste and stir. Re-season only if necessary.
Serve it into a bowl and garnish it with a sprinkle of cilantro and a slice of lemon on the side. Serve and enjoy!
Use a stock pot and spay it with cooking spray or Pam so avoid mixture from sticking.
Tips: When cutting jalapeno peppers, use gloves or wash your hands thoroughly after mincing and make sure not to rub your eyes with your hands.
Facts: Spicy foods can help ease pain caused by arthritis and damaged nerves. Eating spicy foods can help burn bonus calories and kill some cancer and leukemic cells because of the main compound “capsaicin “ which is found in chilies.