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what can i make with chicken,rice and corn?

asked by DarkAzyia MarenWolf over 3 years ago
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Stringio
added over 3 years ago

You could make some sort of variant on an arroz con pollo, which is found in a number of Latin American countries. I'd probably base it on the saffron rice an old boyfriend used to make - saute a minced garlic clove in good olive oil (he used garlic salt, but I like fresh better). Add some saffron threads and rice and toast slightly. Add chicken stock and cook the rice until done. I don't know what kind of chicken you have - you could saute it separately and then add it, or if it is already cooked, just add it. Arroz con pollo often has peas in it - you could add some, or you could use just the corn, or a combination of the two in the rice. Mix it all together and it should be delicious!

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added over 3 years ago

thank you very much hon that sounds good but the saffron is expensive

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Stringio
added over 3 years ago

Saffron IS expensive, but you use very little of it - a few strands are enough.

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added over 3 years ago

I do a mexican style lasagna using these ingredients.
Place a bit of salsa on the bottom of a casserole dish...then a layer of tortillas, top with some refried beans, some shredded cooked chicken, rice, salsa (add your corn to the salsa) and just keep repeating the layers.You can get really creative-adding anything you'd like-hot peppers, sour cream, pretty much anything. Finish with a layer of cheese on top. Then just bake it off in the oven. It's really fantastic.

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Ooooh!! The possibilities are endless!!

Roast and skin some poblano peppers, stuff those little boogers with your (cooked) rice, chicken, and corn (got any cheese? add that too!), nestle in a baking dish, top with enchilada sauce (from a can if you need to be speedy, fresh if you're feeling fancy) and a little more cheese. Bake at 375 until good and heated through.

Too much work? Heat some oil in a large nonstick skillet, add your trifecta up there and cook until heated through. Add some freshly grated ginger and a few glugs of soy sauce and you've got chicken fried rice. Add a scrambled egg and some scallions if the dish feels lonely.

Hope this helps!