Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Explore Mexican Yummy, Mexican Flair and more!

from Culinary Ginger

Mexican rice

Mexican rice - A quick, easy and delicious side dish that easily be turned into leftover lunches by adding vegetables and chicken or shrimp

from Damn Delicious

Mexican Rice

Mexican Rice Recipe Side Dishes with olive oil, garlic, onions, basmati rice, tomato sauce, chicken broth, corn kernels, carrots, frozen peas, chili powder, cumin, kosher salt, ground black pepper, roma tomatoes, cilantro leaves

from Mel's Kitchen Cafe

Mexican Rice

Side Dish: Mexican Rice........Just made this tonight for supper.......pretty darn good!!!! I used homeade salsa instead of tomato paste. Very good!!!!! Almost like the resturants!

from The Kitchn

Restaurant-Style Mexican Rice

Mexican rice- I used brown rice in this recipe but next time I am definitely going to add more chicken broth to it, it wasn't near enough to get it fully cooked through, it was delicious once it was finally finished though!

from Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch

Restaurant Style Mexican Rice

An online cookbook of recipes for any meal. Browse recipes by topic or search to find the perfect recipe at Better Recipes. Become a member to upload recipes and enter monthly recipe contests for cash prizes.

from Culinary Hill

Restaurant-Style Mexican Rice

Recreate Restaurant-Style Mexican Rice at home following this fool-proof method which starts with fresh vegetables and ends with fluffy grains every time. | Culinary Hill

from Pinch of Yum

Chicken and Rice Casserole

chicken and rice casserole - 2 cans cream of chicken, 1 cups uncooked brown rice (rinsed), 2 tablespoons seasoning mix (try smoked hickory southwestern seasoning), 1 cup water, 1 lb boneless skinless chicken breasts

from Taste of Home

Rice on the Grill

These onions are so delicious, we prepare them all year long—on the grill in summer, or in an oven preheated to for the same amount of time in winter. A small salad, a slice of bread, and you've got a great light meal. —Mary Bilke, Eagle River, Wisconsin