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Thread: Beans and rice

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    Super Member Chasing Hawk's Avatar
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    it's a variation of beans and rice.
    So you can get your omega-3 too.

    1 cup rice
    1 can black beans
    1 cup frozen corn or canned corn drained
    4 or 5 green onions cut on an angle 1/2 " or so pieces
    1 can of pink salmon
    just a touch of cayenne pepper
    Mrs. Dash seasoning to taste
    I added a bit of broth to make it more moist.

    Saute the onion in a pan with some cooking spray, add the corn, beans and salmon cook till heated through. Add to rice and mix up.

    I put some soy sauce on mine. Next time I make this I am going to cook a couple of salmon fillets instead of using the canned version. It's quite filling and low fat. It's a nice meal for lunch or a quick easy meal.

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    I used an actual salmon fillet and it tasted better. I even experimented adding a Tilapia fillet to it also. The results were very good. So my last batch of this dish I used a bag of frozen Santa Fe style veggies.

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    thanks

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    Thanks!

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    boy this sounds real good and extra easy to make. I haven't been into this site before but I think i'll be visiting it often. thanks for the recipe. yum

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    I am going to have to make this next week for lunches...
    Thanks,
    Kirsten

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    I forgot to add this.....

    Cook the fish before adding it to the rice mixture. I usually put mine under the broiler for about 6 minutes on each side. Remember to use some cooking spray on the broiler pan to prevent it from sticking.
    I suppose you cook cook the fish in a skillet too. Just keep the oil to a minimum or use a cooking spray.

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