Yield: 1 Servings
|3||Chicken breast halves or 1 1/2 lbs turkey ham or ham|
|2 tablespoons||Chicken boiullion|
|1 large||Clove of garlic; minced, (you can use garlic powder in a pinch)|
|Enough uncooked rice to make around 4 cups cooked; *Note|
|10 ounces||Frozen vegies or 1 1/2 cup fresh; (I prefer broccoli)|
|1 cup||Grated cheddar or monterey Jack.|
NOTE: (your choice, this works with all kinds of rice, I prefer brown when I have the time, but in a hurry, I have also used Minute Rice, and it wasn't bad) or a 16 oz bag of noodles (your choice, I prefer boring old egg noodles)
source: I pray a lot, when I don't have much time or food and it's close to dinner time, so I have to give some credit to God, because after praying, I started dumping things into a pot, and they turned out great! Boil meat in water. Reserve enough of the water used by meat, to cook the rice or noodles in plus two cups. Add bouillion, and garlic to al of reserved water. Add rice or noodles and cook until almost done. Add vegies and half of cheese, cook uncovered until rice or noodles, and vegies are done, and broth has thickened. Top with remaining cheese. This is very easy and very flexible. You can make lots of substitutions and additions.
Sometimes, I like to add onions and Velveeta.
Posted to TNT Recipes Digest, Vol 01, Nr 918 by Karin <iluv2cook@...> on Jan 06, 1998