I'm always on the lookout for simple and delicious recipes that can help me save on time without sacrificing taste. One of the recipes I like is pollo en cuñete (chicken cooked in vinegar). My mom prepared it very often and I thought it was because she really enjoyed it, but now that I'm older and have kids I understand that it probably had more to do with how quickly she could have a delicious and nutritious dinner on the table.
In Mexico, the term “en cuñete” refers to food that is cooked in some type of vinegar. White vinegar is one of the most popular, but apple cider vinegar is easy to find and offers a fruity taste. I used classic white vinegar for this recipe, but you can substitute it if you like.