This Easy One Pot Cheesy Enchilada Rice is packed full of flavor with enchilada sauce, salsa, corn, peppers and topped off with cheese!
A DELICIOUSLY SIMPLE SIDE DISH
I have a favorite Mexican Style Rice recipe on the site here that I love to make. It only has 3 ingredients and I can make it pretty quickly as a side dish. That recipe is sort of a base for this recipe for Enchilada Rice. We’re taking it up a notch by adding some peppers and corn along with some salsa (or Rotel diced tomatoes.) They give it that extra bit of kick.
CAN I ADD BEEF OR CHICKEN TO THIS RECIPE?
You could absolutely add some cooked chicken or ground beef to this recipe if you like. It is very easy to beef up. Even fajita chicken or steak strips would be perfect! It also makes a delicious filling for Stuffed Peppers! This rice also reheats really well so if you have extra, it makes for a delicious work lunch the next day.
INGREDIENTS NEEDED: (FULL RECIPE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POST)
- uncooked instant rice
- diced red and green bell peppers
- frozen corn
- salsa (or Rotel diced tomatoes)
- enchilada sauce
- shredded Mexican cheese
HOW TO MAKE ONE POT ENCHILADA RICE:
Combine uncooked rice and water in a large oven-safe skillet, and cook as directed on package.
Once cooked, add in bell pepper, corn, salsa, cheese, and enchilada sauce.
Cover with a layer of shredded cheese, then bake at 350F degrees for 20-25 minutes.
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Remove from oven, sprinkle on cilantro, and serve warm.
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Easy Enchilada Rice (+Video)
- Combine uncooked rice and water in a large oven-safe skillet, and cook as directed on package.
- Once cooked, add in bell pepper, corn, salsa, cheese, and enchilada sauce.
- Stir/mix thoroughly.
- Cover with a layer of shredded cheese, then bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes.
- Remove from oven, sprinkle on cilantro, and serve warm.
- If you want to use a regular long grain rice, you’ll need to double the water used.
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