How to make it

  • Heat chicken broth, water and corn to near boiling.
  • Add rice and chicken, stir, cover and simmer on low heat for 20 minutes.
  • Stir and season to taste with salt, curry, ginger, garlic or whatever.

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  • openhousemom 5 years ago
    I'm going to try , but I think I'm going to put ribbles in it
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  • carmenperez 5 years ago
    hi sweety
    rosted an ovenstuffer yestarday wings and all the brast left over and i think i pulled this rec 3 times already this time im making it ty much carmen
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  • lindal34 5 years ago
    I'm roasting a chicken tonight and am going to tell my husband he has to leave at least ONE chicken broth can's worth of chicken so I can make this. Thanks for posting. Gonna save some money!
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  • carmenperez 6 years ago
    Hi hun
    KEEPER TY
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    " It was excellent "
    recipes ate it and said...
    It is also a way to save some money on chicken - you can buy a great big bunch of chicken on sale, cook it, dice it, freeze it in small ziplok sandwich bags and have it ready to go.
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  • httpmom 6 years ago
    This is a most wonderful way to use up cooked chicken, which I often have on hand. Thanks for sharing!
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    " It was excellent "
    donman ate it and said...
    This really sounds interesting. There is a lot to work with here. Thanks for posting :)
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    " It was excellent "
    recipes ate it and said...
    It is really dependant on the spices you use. Experiment and see what you can come up with - I have been using teriaki suace, or soya sauce and sometimes curry lately.
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  • barrymackaness 6 years ago
    Thanks going to try this on the family tonight, sounds realy good and my boys like the idea hope it goes down famously!!!!
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  • txbackyardcook 6 years ago
    We'll see if I am as famous as you when I try this recipe.
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  • michellem 6 years ago
    Thanks Im going to try this one soon!
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    " It was excellent "
    recipes ate it and said...
    We have a product in the US called "Minute Rice" that actually takes five minutes instead of 20 to cook.
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  • john0107 6 years ago
    I've got some packs of microwavable rice that I added in at the last minute when made this, and it didn't taste too bad!

    I'm not sure if its available in the US, but in the UK we've got a brand called Veetee dine in rice (www.veeteedinein.com) and its quite good.
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    " It was excellent "
    recipes ate it and said...
    I usually use pre-cooked chicken - often I cook a couple of chickens, eat some, chop up a bunch and freeze it, and boil the carcasses for soup.

    That way I have lots of diced pre-cooked chicken, turkey, sausage, etc. ready to go into what ever I am making.

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  • bigdog 7 years ago
    I am curious as to whether the chicken is pre-cooked before adding to the recipe, or if it is cooked sufficiently in the broth, et al. Thanks!
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