Top-ranked recipe named "Spanish Rice #7"
Try this Spanish Rice #7 recipe, or contribute your own. "Rice" and "Onion" are two tags used to describe Spanish Rice #7.
"First off why is it called #7. Now for the review. This is some off the best I have made. The only thing that I did different was add about 1/2 cup of salsa to it all when it was all cooked and some cheese on top of that. If the recipe would called for those two things then it would have got 5 out of 5 stars. All I can say is I will make this again when I need Spanish rice. "- traindude
Since I have gathered hundreds of recipes and ideas from this list, it seems like it is time I gave something back. Yesterday I saw a mention of Spanish Rice, and it reminded me of my "Best of". This recipe is made in a rice cooker so it is a dump-it-cook-it-eat-it recipe.
No fuss. If you dont use a rice cooker, just make it like you would cook regular rice. If using rice cooker, dump all ingredients in, cover and press on. Stovetop method: In medium saucepan stir together all ingredients. Bring to boiling. Reduce heat and simmer covered about 30 minutes or until rice is tender and most of the liquid is absorbed. Remove from heat and let stand for 10 minutes.
Added info: Varieties of 16 ounce tomatoes like with green peppers etc change and enhance flavor. I like large chunks of onion for texture and flavor. Use 2 tsp chili powder if you like it hotter. Nutritional information: Total servings 4-6, Grams of fat 0, Total cholesterol 0, Total mg sodium 587, Total gm protein 3, Total gm cargohydrate 35, Total mg potassium 87, Calories per serving 155, Percent of calories from fat 0.
bdizzle 1 month agoMade it as directed and both the boy and I enjoyed. Will make again. Thanks!
jayne105 1 year agoThis was delicious! One of the very. best rice dishes I've ever had and so easy to make. This is a keeper! I can't wait to make it again. Thanks for posting it
traindude 1 year agoFirst off why is it called #7. Now for the review. This is some off the best I have made. The only thing that I did different was add about 1/2 cup of salsa to it all when it was all cooked and some cheese on top of that. If the recipe would called for those two things then it would have got 5 out of 5 stars. All I can say is I will make this again when I need Spanish rice.
ThisIsALoadOfBarnacles 1 year agoI like how it's named Spanish rice #7, reminds me of Harry Potter, 'platform 9 3/4,' 'No.12 Grimmauld Place,'
brianolivia 1 year agoLoved it. We used brown rice and steamed it for 45 minutes. To cut the sodium, we used our own stewed tomatoes. Dumb question: Why is it called Spanish rice number seven?
Larissa1A 1 year agoHubby loved this! We paired it with Lime chicken...Awesome!
LeesieMeesie 2 years agoReally easy and delicious. Made this with the 'Chicken Enchiladas with a Twist' recipe and it was a restaurant caliber Mexican dinner. Will be a regular in my house. Thanks!
Wonderthuy 2 years agoI followed the recipe to the t, made it tonight for dinner and I loved it. It even saved my dried chicken fajitas! (I mixed the chicken in with the rice afterwards)
charlenelovelace 2 years agoWILLTRY IT TONIGHT
Cbitter78 2 years agoLoved it! I will never use rice from a bag again. Tip: if you double the recipe add about an 1/4 cup of extra water and you have to get your rice cooker to run a bit longer. I had to let it sit for a minute and press cook again