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Boil rice and sit to the side. Hello Joys, Thank you for following. Don't forget to like and subscribe.
To begin with this particular recipe, we must prepare a few components. You can cook baked puerto rican rice with smoked sausage using 9 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.
The ingredients needed to make Baked Puerto Rican Rice with Smoked Sausage:
- Take 1 onion, chopped
- Get 1 Green Pepper
- Make ready 1 Red Pepper (optional )
- Prepare 2 can Cream Of Chicken
- Prepare 1 can Cream Of Mushroom
- Make ready 1 box Rice
- Make ready 1 packages Sharp Cheddar Cheese (2 optional)
- Take 1 packages Monterey Jack Cheese (2 optional)
- Get 2 packages Smoked Sausage
Spicy sausage, annatto oil, and adobo seasoning give this Puerto Rican rice dish just the right amount of kick. The holy grail of Puerto Rican cuisine: Puerto Rican Rice. Every cook has their own special recipe for Puerto Rican Rice that seems to define them as a chef. If you've tasted Puerto Rican rice before, I guarantee it didn't turn out perfectly amazing the first time they tried making it either.
Instructions to make Baked Puerto Rican Rice with Smoked Sausage:
- Boil rice and sit to the side
- Cook sausage in frying pan till brown on both sides
- Pour both rice and sausage into baking pan
- Add chopped onion, green, red pepper
- Add cream of chicken and cream of mushroom and mix
- Add both cheeses
- Bake on 375° for 20-30 mins
Sorry but Puerto Ricans do not use jalapeno the only Mexican so I think there's a little bit confusion there with that recipe version. Always use Uncle Ben's rice and comes out great. My Puerto Rican mother-in-law would add smoked to sausage to it. Puerto Rican Rice and Beans with Green Olives. I was in the throes of my culinary education and my husband and I and two small daughters lived next to a lovely Puerto Rican family.
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