Here’s a
bonus, out of schedule recipe for you guys. 
It’s quick and easy! I think the whole thing took about 30-40 minutes to
As part of
the BzzAgent program, I was provided a box of Goya products that included the
GOYA® Low Sodium Beans
70% less sodium
than regular canned beans, same great taste
Tender, flavorful
and a good source of protein and fiber
In seven varieties,
GOYA® offers the widest selection of low sodium
beans in the United States: black beans, pinto beans, red kidney beans, pink
beans, small white beans, dark red kidney beans, and chick peas
Ready to use in
salads, as an easy side dish or as an ingredient in soups, chilis and stews,
and other bean dishes
GOYA® Yellow Rice
Long-grain rice
pre-seasoned with a blend of onion, garlic, Latin spices, and rich chicken
A classic Latin
side dish — delicious, easy and versatile
Simple to cook in
two quick steps
Ideal for the
preparation of authentic Latin dishes, such as Paella and Arroz con Pollo, or
as a savory side dish
GOYA® Adobo All-Purpose Seasoning
The #1 brand of
Latin all-purpose seasonings
The perfect blend
of salt and pepper, garlic, oregano and Latin spices
One shake is all it
takes to give your meat, poultry and fish exquisite flavor
Available in nine
flavorful varieties, including two Light varieties
Included in
the kit were some recipes.  The easiest
one I saw, and most delicious-looking was the Fiesta Chicken and Black beans
recipe.  I also chose this because mini
me loves black beans.
2 tbsp.
GOYA® Extra Virgin Olive Oil, divided
4 skinless
chicken thighs
GOYA® Adobo
All-Purpose Seasoning with Pepper, to taste
½ red onion,
finely chopped (about ¾ cup)
½ red bell
pepper, finely chopped (about ½ cup)
1 can (15.5
oz.)GOYA® Low Sodium Black Beans, drained and rinsed
½ cup fresh
corn kernels
1 avocado,
finely chopped (about 1 cup)
1 tbsp.
GOYA® Lemon Juice
1 tbsp.
finely chopped fresh cilantro

1.  Heat 1 tbsp. oil in large skillet over
medium-high heat.  Season chicken with
Adobo.  Cook chicken, flipping once,
until golden brown on both sides and cooked through, 5- 7 minutes.  Transfer chicken to plate; tent with foil to
keep warm.
2.  Heat remaining oil in skillet.  Add onions and peppers.  Cook, stirring, until tender, about 5 minutes.
Stir in black beans and corn.  Continue
cooking until warmed through, about 2 minutes.  Remove pan from heat. Stir in avocado, lemon
juice and cilantro until combined.
3.  Divide chicken among serving plates; top with
black bean mixture.  Serve warm.
Be careful with the amount of Adobo you use when seasoning the chicken.
I accidentally used too much and it was a tad bit too salty for my taste.  Overall, it was a good meal.  The husband said he wouldn’t mind if I made
it again.
Instead of
cooking the chicken in a pan with oil, you can broil it in the oven for about
10-15 minutes on each side (until it is done).  
Disclosure:  I was provided this kit for free via for review purposes.  I was not compensated.  All opinions are my own and are 100% honest.