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Thread: Mexican Green Chili Rice

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    Mexican Green Chili Rice

    I'm addicted to this yummy rice. It goes well with any Mexican entree. It's an easy dish to take to a pot luck party and always gets rave reviews. You will need the following ingredients:

    1 1/2 cups Brown or White Minute Rice
    1 can chicken broth 14 oz.
    1 can green chili enchilada sauce 10 oz.
    1 Tblsp dried minced onion
    1 can diced green chilis
    1 can original Rotelle tomatoes
    shredded Cheddar or Monterey Jack cheese for the top

    Drain liquid off tomates. (If you prefer a less spicy version, just omit the tomatoes.)
    Combine everything except the cheese in an 8 x 8 baking dish.

    Mix it all up and bake uncovered for 35 minutes at 350 degrees.

    Top with shredded cheese and bake 5 more minutes until cheese has melted.



    You can serve this with additional toppings if you like, such as fresh chopped tomatoes, guacamole, olives, sour cream, cooked chicken, etc.
    Note I usually increase the recipe by using a 28 oz. can of green chili enchilada sauce, 2 cans of broth, 4 cups rice, and 2 Tblsp onion. I leave the green chilis and tomatoes the same as the original recipe.
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    This looks delicious. I going to try it today. I have friends coming over and I think this will go well with what I'm serving. I'm trying something else new, too. Taco Cupcakes. Thank you for the recipe.

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    Sounds so yummy, I am salivating. I do so miss fresh green chilies from CO and NM. What I wouldn't give for some fresh Hatch Chilies.
    Yooper32 aka: Donna B

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    two question for you.....

    1 - when increasing the recipe - how big should the baking dish be?
    2 - do you cover with aluminum foil when baking?
    thx
    Have a grateful day!
    Marta

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    another crowd pleasing dish to go~ I have done this in the past, my dish is always empty when I leave the potluck.
    I will put clouds of sour cream on the top, a slice of tomato or avocado and olives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by martapr View Post
    two question for you.....

    1 - when increasing the recipe - how big should the baking dish be?
    2 - do you cover with aluminum foil when baking?
    thx
    a 9 x 13 dish works great. I don't cover it when baking.
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    It sounds very good, I bet you could do it in a crack pot too.

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    sounds yummy. I'll try it.

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    Sounds yummy!!!


    My Grandson Joshua Peter John was born December 20th. I am now Grandma to 3 precious babies. I am so blessed!!!!

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    I made this and added a little chicken. Took it to a church potluck and it was a hit! Thank for sharing

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