Rice Concoction

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To my darling picky eaters. You are now nearly grown and even though you have expanded your palate, you are still very picky! It’s kind of annoying actually. But it’s because of this pickiness that I threw this concoction together for you so long ago.  It really should have a better name, but until then here it is . . .

A Rice Concoction.

What you’ll need:

2 cups dry white rice

4 cups chicken stock

2 TBS margarine (I like to use Smart Balance)

1 lb ground beef

1 cup frozen baby peas

1 cup frozen corn

Cheddar Cheese (for topping)

What you do:

Bring 2 cups of white rice, 4 cups of chicken stock, and 2 TBS of margarine to a boil. Stir and cover, then lower the heat and simmer until all the liquid is absorbed.

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Meanwhile, season 1 pound of ground beef with salt and pepper and cook in a skillet over medium high heat.

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Stir in 1 cup each of frozen peas and corn and cook until vegetables are heated through.

Combine the beef mixture with the cooked rice.

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Top with shredded cheddar cheese and enjoy.

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Rice Concoction

2 cups dry white rice

4 cups chicken stock

2 TBS margarine (I use Smart Balance)

1 lb ground beef

1 cup frozen baby peas

1 cup frozen corn

Cheddar Cheese (for topping)

Directions

Bring 2 cups of white rice, 4 cups of chicken stock, and 2 TBS of margarine to a boil. Stir, then lower the heat and simmer until all the liquid is absorbed.

Meanwhile, season 1 pound of ground beef with salt and pepper and cook in a skillet over medium high heat.

Stir in 1 cup each of frozen peas and corn and cook until vegetables are heated through.

Combine the beef mixture with the cooked rice.

Top with shredded cheddar cheese and enjoy.  Makes 8 servings.

Calories per serving (without cheese)

 

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