Sunday was a bit of a lazy day. We got a little bit done in the morning and took a while getting ready to go out for a late lunch. We weren't really hungry for dinner, but we knew we couldn't skip dinner. I decided to try this Easy Arroz Con Pollo. This recipe made plenty of leftovers, but it also allowed us to eat as much or as little as we liked. I started by cooking some chicken. While the chicken cooked, I worked on the rest of the recipe. I heated up some oil in a skillet. To the heated oil, I added onion, rice, and garlic, cooking about 5 minutes. Next, I added in chicken broth, tomatoes, cumin, and oregano, cooking it about 20 minutes or until the rice was tender. Finally, I added in the cooked chicken and peas. I cooked that for about 5 more minutes. The results were great. The meal had a bit of a kick-spice wise, but wasn't too spicy. We just ate this as is, but it would be great as nachos or tacos. To make it a little creamier, you could add cheese or sour cream. Adding more chicken broth, this could be a tasty soup, too. I liked that this meal was healthy, easy, and provided plenty of leftovers for later. We will definitely have this again-either as is or in a modified version.