Crock Pot Beefy Spanish Rice

Found on the Web in response to the question, "Can rice be cooked in the crock pot?" I have not (yet) tried this myself.

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8hrs 15mins
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  • Brown beef in a skillet and drain off fat; place beef in crock pot.
  • Add remaining ingredients to crock pot and stir well.
  • Cover and cook on Low for 6 to 8 hours.
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"Found on the Web in response to the question, "Can rice be cooked in the crock pot?" I have not (yet) tried this myself."
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  1. Barb in PA 2
    I used the 2 pounds of ground beef and doubled everything else, and I used brown rice instead of white. Everyone loved it. Great recipe!
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  2. finchstacy
    I have made this twice and we have all liked it. I did not pre cook the ground beef. It was easier and it turned out fine. I also added a bit of cumin. The leftovers I used the following night as a stuffing for stuffed peppers.
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  3. Bee_410606361
    Firstly my 2 and 4 yo loved it, was nice and soft. I found it too soft, maybe I cooked it too long? The rice was on the verge of mushy and it lacked flavour. I can't say I wouldn't cook it again, but if I did, I would use stock instead of plain water, I would brown the onions and mince with the salt and pepper and then place it in the cooker. I must admit that the onion and capsicum was a lovely flavour. Instead of chilli, you could maybe use a good chorizzo towards the end?
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  4. Bee_410606361
    Firstly my 2 and 4 yo loved it, was nice and soft. I found it too soft, maybe I cooked it too long? The rice was on the verge of mushy and it lacked flavour. I can't say I wouldn't cook it again, but if I did, I would use stock instead of plain water, I would brown the onions and mince with the salt and pepper and then place it in the cooker. I must admit that the onion and capsicum was a lovely flavour. Instead of chilli, you could maybe use a good chorizzo towards the end?
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  5. Dave Oh
    This was very easy to make, and came out great. I used 2 cups of white rice and 2 cups of water just to bulk it up some and cut back on the green peppers by about half a bell. Very good though, I also added a little hot sauce to taste. I will be keeping this in my cookbook though!
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