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Spicy Rice, Bean & Cheese Skillet

Spicy Rice, Bean & Cheese Skillet recipe
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What's the spicy secret in this rice, bean and cheese skillet? A can of diced tomatoes with green chiles.
25 min
25 min
4 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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I really liked this recipe! I used it as burrito filling instead of just eating it by itself. I also added red, green and yellow peppers for color. We like things spicy so I added jalapeno peppers. Next time I would add "Hot" salsa to make it a bit hotter!
I like to add half a red onion, a red pepper, a jalapeno and 1/2 a cup of prepared salsa (I like Hot Salsa Lisa) this recipe works really well with substitutions!
This recipe makes a great dinner, burrito filler, or dip with tortilla chips. My husband and I didnt care for the chunks of tomatoes so the next time I made it I substituted tomato sauce and it is much more to our liking. To make up for the green chiles being absent in the sauce I use a little chili powder. I really like this dish and make it pretty regularly now.
This was a very fast and easy recipe to make and the fact that it is nutritious too is a definite plus. I served this dish in burritos and my fiance, his mother, and sister loved them. I will definitely be making this again and there are so many additions you can make to this recipe as well!
I really enjoyed this meal. Instead of eating it w/ a fork, I ate it with Light Tortilla chips, just like a dip. I also added some extra cheese to the recipe. Very good!
This recipe is really good paired with tacos or fajitas. I like the fact that it uses black beans & brown rice which is much more healthy. A great recipe for those you are healthy eaters.
I love the ease of preparation and the Mexican flavors of this meatless meal. I first discovered it on the back of a 10-minute brown rice box. I most often prepare the recipe using regular brown rice; I simply start the rice first and add it without the water when the recipe calls for it. I fix this recipe frequently, and I like to serve it with tortilla chips for crunch.
Quick and easy. Tastes even better the next day. I make enough to store some in the refrigerator for leftovers later in the week.
tasted terrible.
It was very quick, easy, and good!!! The leftovers made an awesome (and light) lunch the next day!
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