Hey, readers welcome again to another blog. This journey is all about Spanish culture and variety with delight to abundantly flavored and tasty Rice, also known as Mexican rice, red rice, or Arroz Rojo, which is a Mexican side dish or an ingredient in other dishes made from white rice, tomatoes, garlic, onions, etc. It is traditionally made by sautéing the rice in a skillet with oil or fat until it is colored golden brown. Although it is also called “Spanish rice”, this dish is virtually unknown in Spain. The term “Spanish rice” is not used by Mexicans or Mexican food enthusiasts; the dish is usually simply referred to as Arroz (“rice”) or Arroz Rojo (“red rice”) in Mexico.
Rice dishes in Spain are often yellow in color due to the inclusion of saffron. Mexican-style Spanish rice, however, is red, from being cooked with tomato sauce or tomato paste and is often referred to as “red rice” in Mexico.
How to make Spanish rice:
One of the main reasons we love this recipe because of its flavor and awesome taste.
Long grain rice
Cook: 20 minutes
Yield: 5 servings
Heat oil in a large heavy skillet over low heat and cook till tender about 5 minutes.
Mix rice into skillet stirring it till brown now stirs in chicken and salsa. Reduce it to low heat cover and simmer till 2o minutes until the liquid has been absorbed.
Add tomato sauce and garlic paste into the rice. Mix well until it becomes reddish.
Serve hot with coriander leaves and sprinkle masala.
Here our journey of Rice comes to End with nice Spanish flavors with Chicken grob and a variety of spices. Try this at home with more varieties. Hope you guys enjoyed reading the blog.