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Blackened Chicken & Rice Bowl

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Why I Love This Recipe

This is an awesome dish! I call it a home version of Chipotle Bowls! My DH said it would of been good with mexi-corn added and he was right! I know I'll be making this again so mexi-corn it is! The Zatarains Blackened Seasoning was sooooo good but you could make your own if you prefer! Another great chicken dish to put on your dinner table!

Ingredients You'll Need

2 pounds boneless skinless chicken, sliced into strips or cubed
vegetable oil
blackened seasoning (I used Zatarains)
1 (8 ounce) yellow rice (I used Goya)
1 (15.5 ounce) black beans, drained
1 (10 ounce) Rotel diced tomatoes & green chilies (my addition)
cheddar cheese, shredded
chopped onion
sour cream


Heat oil in skillet. Cover chicken with blackened seasoning and fry chicken until it reaches internal temperature of 170 degrees.

Make rice according to package instructions and season with salt and pepper. Heat black beans and tomatoes in same pan, mixing well. Season with salt and pepper.

When all complete, assemble bowls. Rice, black beans and tomato mixture, and chicken. Top with cheese, onions, and sour cream.

Questions, Comments & Reviews

A big thumbs up for this one, and oh yes, add the corn.

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