This was an experiment that went well.
When I lived in Florida a woman I worked with was from Peru and she gave me this recipe for a green sauce that is very tasty. It has been years since I made it and out of the blue I was craving some. In the past we had used it on chili, spaghetti and Mexican dishes. I had chicken to cook and decided to see how it worked together.
The Green Sauce
1 green bell pepper
4-5 garlic cloves
1 teaspoon sea salt
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Combine all ingredients in processor and mix adding Olive Oil slowly. (Sorry I didn't measure how much I used.) You don't want it too runny. You want it all finely diced and combined but somewhat thick in consistency.
I took 3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts and cut into strips
Then marinated the chicken in soy sauce, a pinch of red pepper and ginger. Let marinate while you cook up a pot of rice. (brown or white would work)
Saute the chicken in olive oil until cooked through.
Serve the chicken over rice and top with a spoon full or two of the green sauce. I served it with toasted garlic bread.
I will be making this one again soon. It was that good.