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WELCOME TO MY KITCHEN! I COOK REAL FOOD FOR REAL PEOPLE LIKE YOUR MOM OR YOUR GRANDMA DID BECAUSE THAT IS HOW I LEARNED FROM MY PASTRY CHEF MOM AND FANTASTIC, OLD WORLD GRANDMOTHERS!IF YOU ARE HERE  FOR THE FIRST TIME, I INVITE YOU TO HAVE A LOOK AROUND AND EXPLORE SOME OF MY QUICK, EASY TO UNDERSTAND AND DELICIOUS RECIPES!  COME SPEND SOME TIME WITH ME AND MY FAMILY LEARNING HOW TO COOK, PURE, WHOLESOME FOOD! I HOPE YOU TRY THESE RECIPES AND I HOPE YOU LOVE THEM!  HAPPY EATING!

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Ingredients

3 pounds boneless skinless chicken breast

1, 14 ounce can Mandarin Oranges w/juice

1 cup orange marmalade

1/2 Green bell pepper cut into strips

1/2 Red bell pepper cut into strips

1/2 Yellow bell pepper cut into strips

3 large carrots, cut into coins

1 large onion peeled, and sliced

3 to 4 cloves garlic, minced

1 teaspoon chicken rub or seasoning blend

2 tablespoons Soy sauce

1 cup cold water

3 tablespoons tapioca or corn starch

 

Step by Step Instructions

 

**NOTE:  I am using an Elite 10 quart electric pressure cooker.  Please consult the manufacturers instruction manual for your model to learn how best to set your particular model of machine for cooking this dish.**

 

Mix oranges with juice, orange marmalade and soy sauce in the bottom of the vessel and stir well.

 

Add onion, garlic peppers, carrots and seasoning rub and stir well to combine.

 

Add chicken, being sure to nestle it down into the sauce and giving a turn with tongs to coat.

 

Cook according to the manufacturers instructions for your particular model of machine. 

 

Once the cooker has released all of its pressure, remove the lid and stir.

 

Prepare a slurry using 3 tablespoons of tapioca or corn starch and 1 cup of cold water either stirring or shaking well inside a sealed jar.

 

Pour slurry into the vessel while it is set to warm and stir until the cloudy appearance subsides and the sauce is lightly thickened.

 

Serve with noodles, rice, quinoa or couscous.

 

If you don't have a pressure cooker, you can easily make this in your slow cooker by placing all the ingredients in your crock and cooking on high for 2 hours and switching to low for an additional 4 hours or as long at it takes for the chicken to be tender and the vegetables to be cooked. 

 

ENJOY!

Sweet Pepper & Orange Chicken

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