THE BEST EFFIN SPANISH RICE RECIPE EVAH!!!

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Sorry,,but I got real excited about how good this Spanish Rice Recipe is.

It’s a ways off of the usual Spanish Rice Recipe beaten path but WOW!!  It is good.

And, the whole meal, meat, rice and veggies are all done in one skillet in thirty minutes, or less.

IT WAS DELISH!! Ya gotta do it!

Put the water on for the rice or get some of your supply of cooked rice that you keep in the freezer. I used some instant rice this time and as soon as the water started to boil I put the rice in and turned the heat off.

Put the skillet on at medium high and add a little olive oil. Clip an end off the chorizo links and squeeze the chorizo into the pan. Break it up and let it start cooking.

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Chop up the onion, poblano peppers and the jalapeños.

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Add them to the pan. Add the salt, pepper and cumin. Stir it all together a few times as it cooks.

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When the onion has started to get translucent add the chicken broth and the salsa.

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Stir it up and add the rice.

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Mix it all together a few times as everything warms up.

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Then when it is all steaming hot, serve and enjoy your Spanish rice.

We sure did! After all, it is the BEST EFFIN SPANISH RICE RECIPE EVAH!!

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We had some Dos Equis with ours.

“We don’t always drink beer but when we do”,,,,sorry I just had to.

 

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  1. Put the water on for the rice or get some of your supply of cooked rice that you keep in the freezer. I used some instant rice this time and as soon as the water started to boil I put the rice in and turned the heat off.
  2. Put the skillet on at medium high and add a little olive oil. Clip an end off the chorizo links and squeeze the chorizo into the pan. Break it up and let it start cooking.
  3. Chop up the onion, poblano peppers and the jalapeños. Add them to the pan. Add the salt, pepper and cumin. Stir it all together a few times as it cooks.
  4. When the onion has started to get translucent add the chicken broth and the salsa. Stir it up and add the rice. Mix it all together a few times as everything warms up.
  5. Then when it is all steaming hot, serve and enjoy your Spanish rice.
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Shrimp Fried Rice with Snow Peas – One Pan – Quick and Easy – Gluten Free

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Shrimp Fried Rice with Snow Peas

All in one pan including the rice!

You probably have noticed that I’ve posted a couple of Shrimp Fried Rice recipes before but never with snow peas. Snow peas can go great with just about any meat or fish but especially shrimp…..

……If you are using frozen shrimp put them in a bowl of cold water and they will be thawed out by the time the rice is done. Put a large sauté pan on at medium high. Add the water, the salt and the minute rice. Or, regular rice if you want. For meals like this I’ve settled on brown minute rice.

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Stir it and bring it to a fast simmer. Lower the heat to the point that it maintains a simmer and cover with a lid. Follow the instructions on the box for the best cooking time for the rice that you are using. Check to see if any more water is needed at about 3 minutes short of the prescribed cooking time. If so just enough to bring the surface of the liquid even with the top of the rice.

While the rice is cooking chop up the onion and garlic. Whisk up the egg –  or eggs – and have the snow peas standing by.

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Raise the heat on the pan to medium high and add just enough olive oil to cover the bottom. Put in the onions, garlic and shrimp.

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Spread the shrimp out so they are all lying flat and give them about a minute and a half a side. Add the snow peas to the pan and stir a couple of times as they warm up. That’s about all that you want to do is warm them up. Then put the rice in and add the soy sauce. Stir it all together and stir a few more times as the rice gets heated back up.

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When it is all heated up serve up your Shrimp Fried Rice with Snow Peas.

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You just made it better than take out. You’re GOOD!!

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  1. If you are using frozen shrimp just put them in a bowl of cold water and they will be thawed out by the time the rice is done. Put a large sauté pan on at medium high. Add the water, the salt and the minute rice. Or, regular rice if you want. For meals like this I've settled on brown minute rice.
  2. Stir it and bring it to a fast simmer. Lower the heat to the point that it maintains a simmer and cover with a lid. Follow the instructions on the box for the best cooking time for the rice that you are using. Check to see if any more water is needed at about 3 minutes short of the prescribed cooking time. If so just enough to bring the surface of the liquid even with the top of the rice. While the rice is cooking chop up the onion and garlic. Whisk up the egg or eggs and have the snow peas standing by.
  3. When the rice is done remove it from the pan to a bowl and drizzle the egg into the rice while you slowly stir the rice. Raise the heat on the pan to medium high and drizzle just enough olive oil to cover the bottom. Put in the onions, garlic and shrimp.
  4. Spread the shrimp out so they are all lying flat and give them about a minute and a half a side. Add the snow peas to the pan and stir a couple of times as they warm up. That's about all that you want to do is warm them up. Then put the rice in with a dash of soy sauce. Stir it all together and stir a few more times as the rice gets heated back up.
  5. When it is all heated up serve it up. You just made it better than take out. You're GOOD!!
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Shrimp Risotto with Peas – Quick and Easy -One Pot – 25 Minutes – Gluten Free

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Shrimp Risotto with Peas

Yes, you will have this whole meal on the table in 25 minutes or less. Yes, you will use just one pot for the whole meal. Leftovers (if there are any) just go in a zip lock and plop in the freezer for a lunch at work or a super  quick and easy weeknight nuke it no brainer.

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First let me recommend that you use Italian Arborio rice. That’s not a brand name, it’s a type of rice. It takes just a little bit longer to cook but the good taste is well worth it.

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Put a saucepan on at medium and add the olive oil. Chop up the onion and add it to the pan. Salt, pepper and a little garlic powder. Mix it all together and when the onion starts to get translucent add the rice. Stir the rice around enough to get all of it coated with the olive oil.

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Then pour the white wine in and stir it all up. Bring it up to a simmer and stir regularly until the wine has reduced to the top of the rice.

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Put half of the chicken broth into the mix and stir often as it reduces. When the liquid has reduced to the the level of the rice add the rest of the broth. Repeat the stirring and reducing until the rice is cooked. If the liquid has reduced to the level of the rice but the rice hasn’t cooked enough just add more broth – or water – in small doses until the rice is cooked. Then put the shrimp and peas into the pot.

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Mix the peas and shrimp in with the rice and stir often until the shrimp has turned white and opaque in the middle. About 3 – 4 minutes. Mix in the grated parmesan cheese and enjoy your one pot Shrimp Risotto with Peas.

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Top it off with a little more grated Parmesan cheese. Chilled Pinot Grigio or Chablis goes along great with this quick and easy one pot meal.

 

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  1. Put a saucepan on at medium and add the olive oil. Chop up the onion and add it to the pan. Salt, pepper and a little garlic powder. Mix it all together and when the onion starts to get translucent add the rice. Stir the rice around enough to get all of it coated with the olive oil.
  2. Then pour the white wine in and stir it all up. Bring it up to a simmer and stir regularly until the wine has reduced to the top of the rice.
  3. Put half of the chicken broth into the mix and stir often as it reduces. When the liquid has reduced to the the level of the rice add the rest of the broth. Repeat the stirring and reducing until the rice is cooked. If the liquid has reduced to the level of the rice but the rice hasn't cooked enough just add more broth - or water - in small doses until the rice is cooked. Then put the shrimp and peas into the pot.
  4. Mix the peas and shrimp in with the rice and stir often until the shrimp has turned white and opaque in the middle. About 3 - 4 minutes. Mix in the grated parmesan cheese and enjoy your one pot Shrimp Risotto with Peas.
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Shrimp Broccoli Soy Sauce – No Wok – 20 Minutes

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You won’t need delivery or take out. This dinner is easy and better than anything that comes knocking on your door. It’s gluten free, very healthy and definitely a quick and easy weeknight meal. I did a batch of Italian Mozzarella Rice for our carbs tonight. It was simple and a great match with the Shrimp Broccoli Soy Sauce. Amp up the recipes for a few extra servings and put them in the freezer because this a great “take it to work” or a “weeknight nuke it no brainer”. 

Thaw out your shrimp in the microwave. Peel and devein them if you have to. Put a skillet on at medium high and add a couple of tablespoons of evoo. 

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Lay the shrimp out in the skillet and lightly salt and pepper them. Also maybe a pinch of red pepper flakes if you like things a little on the spicy side.

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Give them just about a minute and turn them over. Then just a minute on the other side.

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Remove the shrimp to a dish while you get the broccoli going. Add another couple of tablespoons of evoo to the pan and put in the broccoli. Lightly sprinkle with salt and pepper. Toss a few times as they cook.

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Chop up the garlic. When the broccoli is starting to brown on the edges add the garlic. Toss a few more times and add the shrimp, the lemon juice and the soy sauce.

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Toss it all together a couple more times as the shrimp warms back up then enjoy your Shrimp Broccoli Soy Sauce. That Italian Mozzarella Rice was an easy multi task while the Shrimp Broccoli Soy Sauce came together. We had a real nice chianti – my favorite – with this real easy and real good weeknight dinner.

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  1. Thaw out your shrimp in the microwave. Peel and devein them if you have to. Put a skillet on at medium high and add a couple of tablespoons of evoo. Lay the shrimp out in the skillet and lightly salt and pepper them. Also maybe a pinch of red pepper flakes if you like things a little on the spicy side. Give them just about a minute and turn them over. Then just a minute on the other side.
  2. Remove the shrimp to a dish while you get the broccoli going. Add another couple of tablespoons of evoo to the pan and put in the broccoli. Lightly sprinkle with salt and pepper. Toss a few times as they cook.
  3. Chop up the garlic. When the broccoli is starting to brown on the edges add the garlic. Toss a few more times and add the shrimp, the lemon juice and the soy sauce.
  4. Toss it all together a couple more times as the shrimp warms back up then enjoy your Shrimp Broccoli Soy Sauce. That Italian Mozzarella Rice was an easy multi task while the Shrimp Broccoli Soy Sauce came together. We had a real nice chianti - my favorite - with this real easy and real good weeknight dinner.
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