• Wendi’s Spanish “Fried” Rice

    when i make mexican food, i prefer FRIED rice over “spanish” rice. i don’t prefer the overly tomato taste of spanish rice, and i think the restaurants serve FRIED mexican rice. i have FIGURED OUT the difference!!! YAY!!!!!! here is an AMAZING recipe that is SUPER EASY and you can tinker with it and make substitutions!!!! ENJOY!!!!!

    INGREDIENTS:

    1/2 sliced (fajita sliced) green bell pepper

    1/2 sliced (fajita sliced) yellow onion

    3 cups UNCOOKED INSTANT rice

    1/2 tablespoon mexican tomato bullion granules

    1/2 teaspoon ground paprika

    dash season salt

    dash black pepper

    dash cumin

    3 cups chicken broth

    3 tablespoons oil

     

    DIRECTIONS:

    in a skillet that has a lid, heat oil, saute’ bell peppers, onion and UNCOOKED rice for apx 5 min.

    add all spices, stir.

    add chicken broth (it should sizzle as you pour it in).

    stir together and cover, wait until it comes to a boil then turn off heat. rice will be ready in apx 5-7 minutes!!! RICE EASY!!!!!!!!

    About Wendi Conway

    Wendi Conway comes from a long line of cooks and her blog is designed to prove that cooking is not as hard as people seem to think it is. “I love to cook, and it is a passion of mine. Johnny also loves to cook, proving that cooking can’t be too hard if even the men can do it! “I also want to share meals and recipes that can be prepared on a budget. It doesn’t matter where I shop because I build my pantry around what is on sale this week. I enjoy doing it for my family, and I am really proud that I can build memories my children will always have.”
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