This is delicious and very pretty. I'm having a cook out on Monday and will be serving this! I'm sure it will go over very well! Thanks for sharing!
I love this recipe..I always make too much of it but it never gets wasted. I put extra lime in it but I like the citrus mixed with the corn.
We loved this! Added a little salt and my BF said to leave out the cilantro next time, but I love cilantro. I used a can of rotel (drained) in place of tomatoes. Was so good with chicken and tortillas! Thank you it's a keeper.
Yum! This is so good! I used half the rice and mixed everything together. I only had one tomato, so I used that and a can of regular diced tomatoes drained. I didn't use the jalapeno because I served it to people who don't like their food too spicy. Really flavorful and I've already got some good ideas on how I'm going to use this recipe again. Thanks!
Because of the heatwave this week, I was looking for something to eat that didn't involve cooking, and used up the leftovers from my taco bar last night. This was the perfect recipe; not only refreshing, but ridiculously simple, tasty and healthy. The only modifications I made were to use white rice instead of brown and white onion instead of red, since that was all I had on hand. Brown rice is definitely more compatible with this dish.
This was excellent, even though I didn't realize that I was out of cilantro until it was too late. Used a can of Rotel tomatoes with green chiles (instead of fresh tomatoes), so didn't need the jalapeno. Cooked the rice in chicken broth to give it a richer flavor, as I normally do. Served with chicken enchiladas. I'll be making this dish again soon - I'm sure the fresh cilantro will make it even more delicious!
Excellent! Made the rice and it added nice texture, but didn't really need it. It was delicious!
This was DELICIOUS! I dedicated a blog post to this recipe...check it out of you'd like: http://homespunsprout.blogspot.com/2010/06/chili-rellenos.html Thanks for sharing!
Great for a barbecue or picnic. Definitely let things sit for a couple of hours or overnight for the flavor.