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Southwest Chicken and Rice Bake


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Rating: 5
by: PATRICIA Reviewed: 05/23/2013
Absolutely delicuious
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Rating: 3
by: Maeve, AZ Reviewed: 05/13/2013
Seat of the Pants
This looks pretty good. Since I hardly measure anything myself, I didn't even notice that there were no measurements in the recipe. My kind of cook. I'll put the spices in the casserole and use a roasted chicken from Sprouts to make this recipe rather than boiling chicken breasts. I'll update my review after I make this..possibly today.
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Rating: 5
by: karen Reviewed: 02/13/2011
better than expected
This was delicious, thanks for the recipe. I used about 1/2 tablespoon of each the spices and added them when cooking the rice. I used white rice instead of brown. It came out very tasty with just the right amount of heat/spice with the jalepeno.
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Rating: 1
by: Donna Reviewed: 01/25/2011
incomplete recipe
I printed out this recipe thinking it sounded good.Just bought the peppers etc. that I needed. When I started to make the recipe there were no amounts on chili powder,cayenne,fajita seasoning etc. Also, how big is the yellow onion, how much oil, a large and a small can of enchilada sauce.There was a very big can,a middle size and a small size,so what big is she talking about.The worst presented recipe I have ever seen.
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Rating: 1
by: Zanne Reviewed: 01/03/2011
Measurements/Amts?
I agree with the previous reviewer - this recipe is too vague. Need to know how much of spices to use. We can play around with it once it's been made the first time. I don't like to experiment with food unless I know what to expect.
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Rating: 4
by: Fred Reviewed: 06/07/2010
Fine-tuning
I liked the idea of using enchilada sauce to add flavor and moisture during the baking. The cooking of chicken in spices and water was seat-of-the-pants as no amounts were mentioned. I cut the chicken breasts into large pieces and used 1t of each spice in just enough water to cover the chicken. The flavor didn't transfer to the chicken appreciably. I think I'd use a rub and grill the chicken and shred it next time. I didn't know how many ounces a large and small can of sauce contain.
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