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Arroz Al Horno (Baked Spanish Rice)

Arroz Al Horno (Baked Spanish Rice) created by Pneuma

Recipe posted for ZWT5 from Top Tours of Spain site.

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Heat oil in pan on medium; sauté pork for 3 minutes.
  • Add potato rounds; saute for 3 minutes.
  • Add the chickpeas and tomatoes.
  • Lower the heat and cook gently for 5-7 minutes.
  • Mix in chorizo and rice; stir well.
  • Pour in stock and crumbled saffron.
  • Bring to boil.
  • Place mixture in a casserole dish; cover.
  • Place a halved garlic head on top.
  • Bake in a medium oven for about 45 minutes.
  • Remove garlic head before serving.
  • Taste for salt preferences.
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  1. Pneuma
    Arroz Al Horno (Baked Spanish Rice) Created by Pneuma
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  2. Pneuma
    Receta de magnifico! It can be a one meal in itself but we also served it with Recipe #371131 along with Recipe #113983. I used ground beef though when I fried it in extra virgin olive oil then added the rest if the ingredients and also used fresh vined tomatoes. After baking, it looked so nice! Muchas gracias!Made for ZWT5.
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  3. Mand1642
    Arroz Al Horno (Baked Spanish Rice) Created by Mand1642
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  4. Mand1642
    Receta de Fantasic as they say in spain! very filling and extremely tasty. I changed a couple of things, I put in chopped tinned plum tomatos due to a lack of fresh ones (I like cherry toms and would have had to use loads!) and I cut down the amount of rice used from 4 cups to 1 cup as it would have exploded out of my casserole dish! The chorizo just flavoured the dish so well. This would make a perfect winter warmer without being too heavy! fabuloso!
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  5. WiGal
    Recipe posted for ZWT5 from Top Tours of Spain site.
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