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Spanish Rice And Hamburger

Fast and flavorful.

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35mins
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  • In skillet, brown beef, onion, green pepper and rice.
  • Add remaining ingredients; mix well.
  • Bring to a boil.
  • Reduce heat; cover and simmer 25 minutes.
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  1. gibbe23
    For some unknown reason in all my years of cooking I never made Spanish Rice. This recipe is easy and my family loved it!!
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  2. Tea Girl
    I tried this recipe because it looked similar to this "Maggi" recipe we like and thought it would be more healthy as it isn't overly processed like that. I used a bit more water because I used more rice (I only have metric measuring cups!) and the tomato sauce was a bit under 15oz. We liked it very much, my DH liked it more than I did, going back for seconds and having the leftovers later on. I think that I will add more mustard next time to give it more of a kick but that is only thing I would change about what I did.
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  3. maryL in Canada
    Thanks for an easy, tasty recipe. My DH had seconds and asked if I would save the rest for his lunch for the next day. Another one of your keepers. MaryL
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  4. Goji Girl
    Very fast and yummy! I used 2 red peppers instead of the green (what my garden had for me) and a can of Rotel-style tomatoes instead of the tomato sauce. I think next time I'll use the sauce too, as it wasn't quite as tomato-y as I wanted. But still very yummy! My husband simply added ketchup, which is how he grew up eating stuffed peppers. Thanks for the recipe!
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  5. Goji Girl
    Very fast and yummy! I used 2 red peppers instead of the green (what my garden had for me) and a can of Rotel-style tomatoes instead of the tomato sauce. I think next time I'll use the sauce too, as it wasn't quite as tomato-y as I wanted. But still very yummy! My husband simply added ketchup, which is how he grew up eating stuffed peppers. Thanks for the recipe!
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