Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Natalie Romero's Culinary Design

Guiso De Pollo

This favorite meal of mine is prepared by mom during a regular day in the week. This meal is very known in my the country from which I come from, Bolivia. Luckily my mom's great chef skills brought this recipe from over to there to here! Even though I would like for her to cook it more often I was lucky enough for her to cook it this week and I helped her in the process. 

Granola Oil 
Chicken legs 
Sazon Goya (no salt)

  1.  Add 1 Cup and half of boiled water in big pan (add a little pepper & salt)
  2. Add sliced tomato's, peppers, onions, and garlic 
  3. Add Sason Goya to add a little flavor and give it color
  4. Wait 15 minutes
  5. Wash the chicken legs and add them to the pan 
  6. Add washed potato's and celery to the pan
  7. Wait until the potato is soft to eat  
  1. Add a little bit of Granola Oil to the pan 
  2. Add 2 cups of rice 
  3. Move the rice for 5 minutes until it turns a golden and so it cannot get burnt 
  4. For 2 cups of rice it's 4 cups of boiled water
  5. Add desired salt 
  6. Cover the pan and move the temperature from 9 degrees to 3 degrees
  7. Take out when the rice starts bubbling
  1. Slice up some tomato's and onions 
  2. Get a bowl add a little of Granola Oil 
  3. Mix it up and..

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