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Mexican Rice: Easy One Pot Meal
Updated : September 20, 2022 15:09 IST
This rice recipe from mexico is full of flavours and could easily be cooked in a single pot
Rice is the staple food in the majority of countries and therefore you will find a variety of rice recipes with different preparations and different tastes. Varying from khichdi, pulao to masala rice, rice recipes are easy and convenient to make. All these can be cooked in not much time and require no big efforts.
The recipe shared here is easy to make, packed with super nutrients and can be cooked in a pot making it a one pot meal. Mexican Rice has a bit of chinese flavour and is so colourful and vibrant in appeal. The rice is cooked with many vegetables like bell peppers, capsicum, peas, corn, rajma and few such nutritious ingredients. The flavour is a bit sweet-tangy because of the tomato ketchup and spices used.
Mexican rice, also known as arroz a la mexicana, arroz mexicano, or arroz rojo in Spanish, is a Mexican side dish made from white rice, tomato, garlic, onion, and sometimes other ingredients. It is also sometimes referred to as Spanish rice or red rice in Tex-Mex cuisine. Almost always, when eaten with other meals like mole, refried beans, rotisserie chicken, carne asada, picadillo, tacos, fried fish, fried chicken, chiles rellenos, or vegetable soup, Mexican rice serves as a complement.
In central and northern Mexico as well as the southwestern United States, Mexican-style rice is extremely well-liked. It is one of the most widely used recipes in Mexican cuisine and is consumed all year long.
This one pot meal is easy, convenient and delicious. It could be served for both lunch or dinner on the dining table and is a super nutritious meal.
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