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Arroz Con Gandules Made By Pr Chef Recipe

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Contributor:
Alexander medina
Added: Friday, March 15, 2013

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Ingredients:
White rice, gandules verdes, garlic, onions , green peppers, olive, (alcaparrado) red roasted peppers , cilantro, green banana , banana leaf, olive oil , chicken broth, salt, pepper, cumin, paprika, vinegar, and bayleaf,

Directions:
In a crock pot add 2tsp of olive oil as soon as the oil is hot, add small onion diced, 1 regular green pepper diced or like 1 half cup green peppers, cook until translucent, and garlic minced, bayleaf, alcaparras, roasted red pepper, let that simmer then add 1 can gandules drained and rinsed, stirring the mixture until everything is mixed together let simmer for a 3 to 4 minutes,then add 2 cup white rice, mixed and add 1 cup chicken broth ,and 3 cups of water, salt and pepper TT pinch of cumin half a tsp of vinegar. Pinch of paprika in food processor chopped 2 green banana or make a puree. and add that to your rice and gandules for better flavor, also cover the pot with banana leaf. For 45 minutes.

Number Of Servings:
4 to 6
Preparation Time:
45 to 1 hour
Personal Notes:
If serving more people just double the ingredients for the recipe. Ask me at my email chicobistro@ yahoo.com

 

 

 

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