the kitchen that can come to my rescue while I am on pursuit of a used model.
Needless to say, dinner was actually quite good last night consisting of toaster ready chicken, rice cooker Yellow Rice, and microwave corn. What you can do when you keep optimistic outlook is encouraging! This is one component of my disposition I rely on often these days; I do try to keep on the positive side. I encourage a new adventure, and due to this, you'll be getting more recipes for grilling and other quick sides that will enhance your summer fun.
This turned out quite good, and I am anxious to share it with you. If you don't have a rice cooker, use a conventional stove top pot. Both work well for this recipe.
3 cups rice (use measuring cup provided by rice cooker if you're using one)
3 cans of chicken soup (cheap kind provided by food bank)
1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. pepper
1/2 small chopped onion
1/2 tsp. curry
1/4 tsp. turmeric
1 tab. oil
Place rice in rice cooker or stove top pan. Drain chicken soup and place noodles aside or give them to your beloved pets. Mixes great with dry food and a little water for an added treat. Place broth in rice cooker or measuring cup if you are using the stove top. Add the rest of the indgredients to cooker or pan. In the rice cooker, fill to the desired 3-cup line after all ingredients are placed. If using regular pan, fill your measuring cup, that already has broth in it to make three cups. Cook according to directions from manual if using rice cooker. If you are cooking on stove top, stir mixutre after adding water/broth and cook on low/medium for 20 minutes with lid.