Fabulous Spanish rice recipe....All Goya products....cheap and delicious.

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In a medium sized rice cooker put

2 cups of Goya Long grain ( or any ) White rice
2 1/2 cups of water if you like firm rice
3 cups of water if you like it sticky
3 Table spoons of Goya Olive Oil
6 packets of Goya Sazon
1 Stick of butter ( optional but makes it heavenly! )
1 Tablespoon of Goya Adobo

Set the cooker and leave it for about 45 minutes..

After you pop the lid on the rice add one can of Goya Kidney beans
and one can Goya Golden Corn kernels......stir it in and serve!

Goes great with any kind of chicken or beef but is also a stand alone vegetarian meal with
plenty of protein in it. Not vegan if you use the butter.

You will be addicted immediately....I've been making this for years.

JO
 

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In a medium sized rice cooker put

2 cups of Goya Long grain ( or any ) White rice
2 1/2 cups of water if you like firm rice
3 cups of water if you like it sticky
3 Table spoons of Olive Oil
6 packets of Goya Sazon
1 Stick of butter ( optional but makes it heavenly! )
1 Tablespoon of Goya Adobo

Set the cooker and leave it for about 45 minutes..

After you pop the lid on the rice add one can of Goya Kidney beans
and one can Goya Golden Corn kernels......

You will be addicted immediately....I've been making this for years.

JO
i like onions, chopped bacon and green olives in spanish rice
 

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I read today a fantastic idea.

Buy as much Goya as you can, and be sure to purchase some for the food banks and soup kitchens.

All those people are liberals and it will just piss them off to no end that they'll have to eat it or go hungry.

That is what I call a win-win.
 

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In a medium sized rice cooker put

2 cups of Goya Long grain ( or any ) White rice
2 1/2 cups of water if you like firm rice
3 cups of water if you like it sticky
3 Table spoons of Goya Olive Oil
6 packets of Goya Sazon
1 Stick of butter ( optional but makes it heavenly! )
1 Tablespoon of Goya Adobo

Set the cooker and leave it for about 45 minutes..

After you pop the lid on the rice add one can of Goya Kidney beans
and one can Goya Golden Corn kernels......stir it in and serve!

Goes great with any kind of chicken or beef but is also a stand alone vegetarian meal with
plenty of protein in it. Not vegan if you use the butter.

You will be addicted immediately....I've been making this for years.

JO

Is that racist?
 
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I read today a fantastic idea.

Buy as much Goya as you can, and be sure to purchase some for the food banks and soup kitchens.

All those people are liberals and it will just piss them off to no end that they'll have to eat it or go hungry.

That is what I call a win-win.
Goya has awesome products.....this will increase their market share permanently.
 

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In a medium sized rice cooker put

2 cups of Goya Long grain ( or any ) White rice
2 1/2 cups of water if you like firm rice
3 cups of water if you like it sticky
3 Table spoons of Goya Olive Oil
6 packets of Goya Sazon
1 Stick of butter ( optional but makes it heavenly! )
1 Tablespoon of Goya Adobo

Set the cooker and leave it for about 45 minutes..

After you pop the lid on the rice add one can of Goya Kidney beans
and one can Goya Golden Corn kernels......stir it in and serve!

Goes great with any kind of chicken or beef but is also a stand alone vegetarian meal with
plenty of protein in it. Not vegan if you use the butter.

You will be addicted immediately....I've been making this for years.

JO
Sounds interesting. How about on a conventional stove top in a covered big pot?
 
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In a medium sized rice cooker put

2 cups of Goya Long grain ( or any ) White rice
2 1/2 cups of water if you like firm rice
3 cups of water if you like it sticky
3 Table spoons of Goya Olive Oil
6 packets of Goya Sazon
1 Stick of butter ( optional but makes it heavenly! )
1 Tablespoon of Goya Adobo

Set the cooker and leave it for about 45 minutes..

After you pop the lid on the rice add one can of Goya Kidney beans
and one can Goya Golden Corn kernels......stir it in and serve!

Goes great with any kind of chicken or beef but is also a stand alone vegetarian meal with
plenty of protein in it. Not vegan if you use the butter.

You will be addicted immediately....I've been making this for years.

JO

Is that racist?
I don't have a trace of Latino in me....but I have always loved the food!
 
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In a medium sized rice cooker put

2 cups of Goya Long grain ( or any ) White rice
2 1/2 cups of water if you like firm rice
3 cups of water if you like it sticky
3 Table spoons of Goya Olive Oil
6 packets of Goya Sazon
1 Stick of butter ( optional but makes it heavenly! )
1 Tablespoon of Goya Adobo

Set the cooker and leave it for about 45 minutes..

After you pop the lid on the rice add one can of Goya Kidney beans
and one can Goya Golden Corn kernels......stir it in and serve!

Goes great with any kind of chicken or beef but is also a stand alone vegetarian meal with
plenty of protein in it. Not vegan if you use the butter.

You will be addicted immediately....I've been making this for years.

JO
Sounds interesting. How about on a conventional stove top in a covered big pot?
Yeah just increase the water some.....and use really low heat... the Rice cookers are set up to shut off their heating elements at about 220 degrees if that helps.
 

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In a medium sized rice cooker put

2 cups of Goya Long grain ( or any ) White rice
2 1/2 cups of water if you like firm rice
3 cups of water if you like it sticky
3 Table spoons of Goya Olive Oil
6 packets of Goya Sazon
1 Stick of butter ( optional but makes it heavenly! )
1 Tablespoon of Goya Adobo

Set the cooker and leave it for about 45 minutes..

After you pop the lid on the rice add one can of Goya Kidney beans
and one can Goya Golden Corn kernels......stir it in and serve!

Goes great with any kind of chicken or beef but is also a stand alone vegetarian meal with
plenty of protein in it. Not vegan if you use the butter.

You will be addicted immediately....I've been making this for years.

JO
Sounds interesting. How about on a conventional stove top in a covered big pot?
Yeah just increase the water some.....and use really low heat... the Rice cookers are set up to shut off their heating elements at about 220 degrees if that helps.
Yes, thank you very much.
 

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I read today a fantastic idea.

Buy as much Goya as you can, and be sure to purchase some for the food banks and soup kitchens.

All those people are liberals and it will just piss them off to no end that they'll have to eat it or go hungry.

That is what I call a win-win.
Goya has awesome products.....this will increase their market share permanently.
Yeah, My sister-in-law loves their spice. Umm..can't remember the name. Odobo or something?
 
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I read today a fantastic idea.

Buy as much Goya as you can, and be sure to purchase some for the food banks and soup kitchens.

All those people are liberals and it will just piss them off to no end that they'll have to eat it or go hungry.

That is what I call a win-win.
Goya has awesome products.....this will increase their market share permanently.
Yeah, My sister-in-law loves their spice. Umm..can't remember the name. Odobo or something?
Adobo is magic powder!

Jo
 
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In a medium sized rice cooker put

2 cups of Goya Long grain ( or any ) White rice
2 1/2 cups of water if you like firm rice
3 cups of water if you like it sticky
3 Table spoons of Goya Olive Oil
6 packets of Goya Sazon
1 Stick of butter ( optional but makes it heavenly! )
1 Tablespoon of Goya Adobo

Set the cooker and leave it for about 45 minutes..

After you pop the lid on the rice add one can of Goya Kidney beans
and one can Goya Golden Corn kernels......stir it in and serve!

Goes great with any kind of chicken or beef but is also a stand alone vegetarian meal with
plenty of protein in it. Not vegan if you use the butter.

You will be addicted immediately....I've been making this for years.

JO
Sounds interesting. How about on a conventional stove top in a covered big pot?
Yeah just increase the water some.....and use really low heat... the Rice cookers are set up to shut off their heating elements at about 220 degrees if that helps.
Yes, thank you very much.
I would go with about 3 1/2 on the water
 

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In a medium sized rice cooker put

2 cups of Goya Long grain ( or any ) White rice
2 1/2 cups of water if you like firm rice
3 cups of water if you like it sticky
3 Table spoons of Goya Olive Oil
6 packets of Goya Sazon
1 Stick of butter ( optional but makes it heavenly! )
1 Tablespoon of Goya Adobo

Set the cooker and leave it for about 45 minutes..

After you pop the lid on the rice add one can of Goya Kidney beans
and one can Goya Golden Corn kernels......stir it in and serve!

Goes great with any kind of chicken or beef but is also a stand alone vegetarian meal with
plenty of protein in it. Not vegan if you use the butter.

You will be addicted immediately....I've been making this for years.

JO
6 packets of Sazon!? Damn my poop will be orange
 

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I ate a literal shit-ton on Meskin food when I lived in Texas, still do. The secret is to toast the rice first in a little oil. That makes it fluffy, not sticky. A can of diced tomatoes or at least some tomato sauce, onions, green peppers, chicken broth instead of water, cumin, a little chili powder, salt, pepper...
 

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I ate a literal shit-ton on Meskin food when I lived in Texas, still do. The secret is to toast the rice first in a little oil. That makes it fluffy, not sticky. A can of diced tomatoes or at least some tomato sauce, onions, green peppers, chicken broth instead of water, cumin, a little chili powder, salt, pepper...
The secret is to toast the rice first in a little oil.
Do you put the toaster setting to 2 or 7?
 

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I ate a literal shit-ton on Meskin food when I lived in Texas, still do. The secret is to toast the rice first in a little oil. That makes it fluffy, not sticky. A can of diced tomatoes or at least some tomato sauce, onions, green peppers, chicken broth instead of water, cumin, a little chili powder, salt, pepper...
Cast iron pan, oil, fry the rice than add stock
 

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I ate a literal shit-ton on Meskin food when I lived in Texas, still do. The secret is to toast the rice first in a little oil. That makes it fluffy, not sticky. A can of diced tomatoes or at least some tomato sauce, onions, green peppers, chicken broth instead of water, cumin, a little chili powder, salt, pepper...
Cast iron pan, oil, fry the rice than add stock
Amazon Stock or Fidelity?
 

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I ate a literal shit-ton on Meskin food when I lived in Texas, still do. The secret is to toast the rice first in a little oil. That makes it fluffy, not sticky. A can of diced tomatoes or at least some tomato sauce, onions, green peppers, chicken broth instead of water, cumin, a little chili powder, salt, pepper...
Cast iron pan, oil, fry the rice than add stock
Absolutely! Cast iron works the best, even baked in a cast iron dutch oven.
 

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I ate a literal shit-ton on Meskin food when I lived in Texas, still do. The secret is to toast the rice first in a little oil. That makes it fluffy, not sticky. A can of diced tomatoes or at least some tomato sauce, onions, green peppers, chicken broth instead of water, cumin, a little chili powder, salt, pepper...
Cast iron pan, oil, fry the rice than add stock
Amazon Stock or Fidelity?
Trump Organization Inc. stock, for that rich flavored Maga rice. it's so good they had to build a wall to keep the Meskins from coming here for it.
 

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