I don't know the actual name for this meal, because this was a recipe that a fellow military wife gave me when we were both stationed at Ft. Bliss in El Paso Texas. This recipe can either use chicken or fish. This is a favorite of our family. 1 whole fryer cut up (or whatever pieces your family uses... I skin my meat & try to have none or very little fat on them) 1/2 cup white vinegar 1/2 cup white sugar 1 cup water 1 can tomato soup (plus the can of water to rinse the can out per label directions) 1 large white onion 1 box instant or traditional rice (your choice) 1 package of Sazon Goya Seasoning (found in the Mexican food isle. It is a Yellow & Orange box roughly 4 3/4" x 3 1/2") Slice onion and separate all rings. Mix all ingredients except for the rice. Cook on medium heat until liquid is reduced by half. Turn temp. down to low or simmer while rice is cooking. When done put chicken, onion and sauce over rice. You can either put it all on one plate or individual plates. Your chicken will have an orange hue to it. I now have to double or triple the recipe for my family of 5 because all 3 of our kids are teenagers and we always have their friends over.