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This recipe was a delightful find. I grew up in the Tampa, Florida area and frequently dined on fantastic Spanish, Cuban and Italian cuisines. We had shrimp and yellow rice for supper last night with toasted Cuban bread (as made only in Tampa/Ybor City). I've always had a fondness for Picadillo, Ropa Viejo and arroz con pollo; all Spanish foods served around the Tampa area. I had lean ground beef, onions, bell peppers and green olives so I thought of Picadillo con arroz. When I googled the name of the dish, this recipe popped up on the screen. I read it, printed it and made it in about 35-40 minutes. My husband, our son and I enjoyed it very much! It was just what I was looking for and wanted to pass on my compliments to the Expat in Holland for sharing her family recipe. It's fast, easy and economical in a day when very little is! Thank you, thank you!!!
This was delish...couldn't stop eating it....fan-freakin-tastic!!!