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Soca With The Mosta

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Have you ever heard soca music? ย I hadn’t before I moved to Cayman. It’s the most fun, exciting and happy music you could ever hope to hear! ย And I’ve got a fun, exciting and happy (at least your tummy will be) recipe to go with this music.

Soca Chicken
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You will need:
1lb boneless chicken breast
1 1/2 cup fresh pineapple, diced
1 red sweet pepper, cut into strips
3 spring onions, chopped
3/ tbsp soy sauce
1/4 cup vinegar
1/4 cup orange juice
1 egg, ย beaten
1 tbsp corn starch
1/2 cup all purpose flour
1/2 cup oil
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper

  • Preheat oven to 350 F
  • Season chicken breast with salt & pepper, roll in flour and brown in oil. ย Drain.
  • In a saucepan, combine the remaining ingredients except the vinegar and the corn starch; bring to a boil
  • Mix vinegar and starch and slowly add to the boiling ingredients until desired thickness is achieved.
  • Place the browned chicken breast in a deep baking dish; cover with the remaining ingredients and bake for 30 minutes

And for those of you who aren’t familiar with Soca, here’s the King & Queen!

On a separate note, I wanted to give a huge thanks to Fuzz Free Food, Manu’s Menu and Cooking Healthy For Me for sharing some blog love with me!
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  1. I love the flavors going on in the dish. SO yummy! Will definitely have to try this

  2. I heart soca! … Perhaps I could make soca seitan ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. I love the title! This dish sounds like a definite must make!!

  4. I could eat that chicken everyday. Thanks for the video clip. I can't imagine anyone sitting still while listening to Soca.

  5. Mmm – fun music and a fun recipe… What's not to love here? Thanks for sharing, I'll be trying this soon!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. That looks like one happy chicken dish!

  7. Soca music is new to me..the chicken looks great!

  8. Anything that includes fresh pineapple has got to be out of this world fantastic.
    Great recipe.

  9. This reminds me of that great Shakira song from The World Cup. Waka Waka song It's Time For Africa.

    I am sure this chicken is great

  10. This dish looks fantastic. Never heard of soca music but I'm totally intrigued.

  11. You are pulling me into the soca madness!!! I love the music and the chicken looks fabulous! And congrats on your many and well deserved awards! : )

  12. lovely dish and fun music enjoy the weekend

  13. This look really good!

  14. that looks SO SO good! I can literally taste it!! wonderful blog x

  15. ricetta molto interessnate!mi piace

  16. I have never heard of soca music till now
    thank you for teaching me something new
    and your chicken recipe sounds amazing
    I love sweet and sour recipes
    buzzed for sure

  17. I love citrus chicken! The orange juice and pineapple sound like a delicious pair ๐Ÿ™‚ I like to bake to music…so will have to make this with soca music in the background. I've never heard it before!

  18. Never heard of Soca music but it sounds awesome and so does the chicken. I love pineapple with chicken, sounds so good!

  19. Yum! I love the sweetness you get from the pineapple.

  20. One complete meal for the day with all that veg inside but we will have it with rice.

  21. The music is new to me, too — but I love it! And the chicken looks great, too!

  22. Nope I had never heard of Soca music before. This Soca chicken looks like my kids would totally enjoy – kids' favorite fruits flavors! I really enjoy local dishes you create and it's so fun to read about the recipes. Until I start blogging, I would have no idea… it's very fun, actually and I feel so close to Cayman Island!!

  23. I have not heard of soca music or soca chicken before! The music sounds really catchy and the chicken looks delicious! I like the usage of pineapples, sounds yum baked with chicken!

  24. What a great combination of flavours! Thanks for sharing this great recipe.

  25. How much do you think it would cost to ship some of that chicken from Cayman to Tennessee? ๐Ÿ˜‰ Soca reminds me of the music I used to hear on the street growing up in Africa. It is awesome:)

  26. Having lived in Barbados, you bet I've heard of soca. I was pretty sure that's what you meant when I saw the title. Yummy chix to go with.

  27. This chicken sounds amazing! Sounds like vacation on a plate!

  28. Never heard of the music but it's fantastic – the chicken looks SOOOOOOOOOOO good – I'm always happy to find another use for skinless chicken breasts!

  29. What a great discovery.In music and dish:)

  30. I love soca music! And now I know what to cook while listening to it! ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Great recipe to jazz up some chicken! Bookmarked! ๐Ÿ™‚

    By the way… you have been tagged!!!

    Have e great weekend!

  31. Oooh. Im digging on this one. We need a little more of the islands up here before fall rears its head.

  32. Soca is what I grew up on! I got excited when I say your post title – glad you like it too.

    Found your blog through Food is one of my favorite pass times too :-). Looking forward to following you.

  33. I didn't know soca music existed. The dish certainly looks good, I suppose the music must be awesome also:)

  34. Parsley – I really like this recipe! The idea of the peppers, pineapple and soy…fabulous! Congratulations on the awards, they're well deserved….

  35. Nope, never heard of it but I'll eat it? Looks great!

  36. Soca music is new to me – I like the way you describe it though!

    That's so creative to create a meal to fit the music. There's a chef here that does music-themed dinners (most recently Jerry Garcia).

  37. Soca chicken love it!! pineapple adds such great flavor to chicken. the first shot is yummy! have a great weekend!!

  38. Great photography – the chicken is perfectly cooked. Wonderful story about music too – (history always adds such a dimension of quality to food!)

  39. I have only been to the caymans once, but I know the music. This dish looks amazing!

  40. Nothing like a little sweet and sour chicken with all those carrots and pineapple! Your pics are making me hungry. Have a great weekend!

  41. Loved your post…would visit here again very
    soon. Please correct:

  42. Pineapple and red pepper = a winning combo.

  43. Chicken and Pineapple…..mmmmm! What a great taste of the Islands and you've given me some new music for my Ipod. Thanks for sharing! Have a fantastic weekend!

  44. OMG, I fell in love with soca music in college. This dish looks great!

  45. Looks great! Love cooked pineapple!

  46. Sorry about the previous comment. I'm commenting from my daughter's computer…house/dog watching again, while they are off to North Carolina for yet, another vacation.
    This dish could not remind HER of the seventies…she was still a “toddler” back then!!!
    Now I'm really “laughing out loud” and will be crying soon, if she finds out that I'm logged on her blog, by mistake!
    I still love your Island chicken…and the cool island music to go with it!

  47. With fresh pineapple and orange juice, Soca chicken is something different! Shall try for sure! Buzzed this post.

  48. Love your island chicken dish! The pineapple really gives it a nice flavor along with the citrus and the bell peppers. This reminds me of the traditional sweet-sour dish from the seventies, that was so popular! (I'm sure that was probably before your time…lol)
    Congratulations on the well deserved awards!

  49. You did it again little girl! Not only does the dish look delicious, but you shared a whole new music genre with us! I think I love Soca….Happy Music! Thanks so much! You make me so proud! Mrs. Herb Garden

  50. I've never heard of that music before, but I can see why it's quite popular =)

    And this chicken sounds like a delicious dish to eat while jammin' out!

  51. Looks delicious! I love Pineapple chicken Combos!

  52. Haha I LOVE your title! Never heard of this dish but I'm so glad you shared it, the flavors sound amazing!! Your pictures are fabulous as well ๐Ÿ™‚

  53. I've heard soca music (there's a big West Indian community in Toronto, where I live), but I've never heard of soca chicken before… it look delicious, though! Love the combination of sweet pineapple and savoury sauce.

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