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You’ll never have rice like this…

When my dad was a kid, he would work long hours to buy food for my grandmother to cook. He had 8 brothers and sisters which made it sometimes hard to feed all at the same time. Each one of them would bring something back home that was needed like toilet paper, cleaning products, or food.

There was times that there was not enough meat for all of them so what my grandmother would do, she would cook tons of rice. Like tons! Instead of giving them meat she would slice a banana on top of the rice and that was the meal of the day. I never heard anybody complain about that. When I was about five years old I was at my grandmother’s house eating some Maria’s cookies. She stopped me and took them away from me… she said “Don’t eat that its not real food, here eat some rice” and gave me a bowl full of her famous red rice and sliced a banana on top of it. Honestly, I though that was super gross… my reaction was like hell no I was my galletas back! But when I had my first spoonful of rice and banana… holy shit!! I know why nobody complained of eating that almost everyday.

I’ve never had red rice like that and still haven’t! I’m here to share this recipe I got from the queen of Mexican rice with you. Treasure it, cook it, and taste it!

 

Ingredients

1 cup of white rice
2 tomatoes
2 garlic cloves chopped
1/4 sliced onion
2 cups of chicken stock
2 oz. of Del Fuerte
1 stem of cilantro
1/2 cube of Knorr consome de pollo
Drizzle of vegetable oil

Instructions

1
Blend: 2 Roma tomatoes 1 garlic clove 1/2 Knorr consomé pollo Half of the 1/4 portion of sliced onion Blend and add chicken stock until smooth *Set aside along with one cup of chicken stock... should have 2 cups in total.
2
Drizzle vegetable oil in pan and heat up. Fry the left over sliced onion with 1 chopped garlic clove.
3
Add your rice and fry until it turns golden. Add the 2 oz of “El Fuerte” tomato purée and stir until rice is red. Add your liquid.
4
Season and add your cilantro.
5
Cover and cook for 10 min in medium heat. Uncover and cook for 5 more minutes until liquid is gone.
6
PROVECHO

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