Arroz Con Salchichas (Vienna Sausages)

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  • In a 5qt pot,add sofrito, sazón, vienna sausages, tomato sauce, salt, canola oil, olives and alcaparras.
  • Rinse the rice well and add to the other ingredients.
  • Add the hot water and liquid of the sausages and water to equal the amount of water specified. Turn heat up to medium high and stir well.
  • When it starts boiling, lower the heat to medium, and let the rice completely dry out. By now, most of the liquid will be absorbed and you will not see the edges around the rice bubbling.
  • Stir the rice with a large spoon, bringing the rice at the bottom to the top.
  • Cover the pot to a tight fit with the lid and aluminum foil and reduce the heat to low.
  • After about 20 minutes, uncover carefully
  • and turn the rice again using the large spoon.
  • Cover the pot again with and cook for another 10 minutes.
  • Remove the pot and set it on a cool burner. DO NOT leave it on a hot burner or it will continue to cook.
  • Let stand for about 5 minutes.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Chantel L.
    Is the serving size 1 cup?


  1. Emil M.
    Back in the day, my mom made this with corn (which I always enjoyed). So I made this recipe with canned corn with chipotle, tomatoes with chiles and garbanzos. It turned out great! Topped with fresh cilantro and all you need is lechon! Next time I'll roast corn on the cob, use homegrown tomatoes for my sauce and try this again. I can't wait until my veggies are ready!
  2. Javier G.
    Super awesome recipe! I made some tweaks, mainly halvig most of the ingredients but keeping the two cans of vienna sausages and it turned out very very good. It was my first time making this type of rice and boy, did it passed the test.
    • Review photo by Javier G.
  3. mandabears
    10 stars, not 5! this is so good. i added a packet of dry onion soup mix to the ingredients. we love this. thanks for this amazing recipe


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