Baked Arroz Con Pollo

Baked Arroz Con Pollo created by jinomax_10969216

The original recipe was longer and used chicken pieces, but this is my quick and easy version! I hope you enjoy, it is packed with flavor!

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1hr 30mins
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  • Saute veggies in oil.
  • Add broth, tomatoes and bay leaf.
  • Bring to a boil.
  • Spread rice in a 9X13” casserole pan.
  • Pour hot liquid over all, stir well.
  • Add chicken, mix.
  • Bake at 350° for one hour.
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"The original recipe was longer and used chicken pieces, but this is my quick and easy version! I hope you enjoy, it is packed with flavor!"
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  1. Kerry_Eire
    Wonderful recipe! Have made this several times. I generally poach the chicken before adding it to the casserole to keep it moist. Also, I like to substitute salsa (mild or medium) for the canned tomatoes. Edit 12/2020: I made this last night and realized I've been making it for the past 11 years. And every time my mother says she doesn't like the dish before hand then compliments me after dinner. Still subbing salsa for the canned tomatoes. Still poaching the chicken for shredding. Started covering the casserole dish for the first 1/2 which helps to keep it from drying out.
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  2. Chef busy bee
    Really good dish. My picky kids even ate it and went back for seconds.
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  3. Sassy J
    Wonderful flavor and so easy. I used Tyson Fajita Chicken strips, chopped. Enjoyed at my house. Very happy.
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  4. Bonnie D.
    I made this for a party of 50, using those aluminum chafing dishes/steam tables. I assembled them, baked them, and kept them warm on a table. I did this a few years ago, so I don't remember if I doubled or tripled the recipe, but it worked out beautifully. I probably doubled the recipe. For the chicken, I baked whole chicken breasts, and shredded them. We used no hot sauce. It was delicious. I suppose you could Sriracha Sauce.
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  5. Katherine C.
    Can anybody tell me if I should change anything if I double or triple the recipe. Has anyone done that? I need enough to feet 2o people, Also, is there any type of hot sauce that wuold be good on it (for my brother who loves to sprinkle on texas pete or something like that. Thanks!! Katherine in Mt Pleasant SC
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