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Quick and Easy Microwave Food - Cheesy Rice
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Source:
myself

Serves/Makes:use box

Ingredients
  • minute rice
  • cheddar cheese soup
  • cream of chicken soup
  • water
Preparation
  • Look at back of Minute Rice box to determine how much you want to make (I usually make enough for lunches too the next day).
  • Put the 2 cans of soup in a microwave bowl, fill each empty can with water(if making alot), or use one can of water.
  • Pour water into soup and stir well, until it is thouroughly mixed together.
  • Add rice and stir well-- make sure there is enough liquid to help rice cook.
  • Put in microwave for at least 5 minutes on high; stir.
  • If rice isnit done yet, put back in for another 5 minutes on high.
  • Check again; stir--keep doing this until rice is done, it should get done on the first 5 minutes if you have a nice microwave, lower wattage ones are going to take longer.
  • If you decide to use your oven, I make this mixture, pour it in a pan, and place chicken on top of it, and cook for about an hour.
  • Nummy! good luck
Comments
If you like your rice more cheesy, leave out some of the water, and only add it if the rice needs help from drying out while cooking.

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