Tomato and Rice with Kielbasa
Household Winner! . My peanut gallery of kids all gave praises for this dish! I modified it with canned tomatoes, 2 garlic cloves, and fresh broccoli. — Jason
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Ratings Breakdown (3.9 average)
Household Winner!by Jason 2 years ago
Stewed tomatoes and rice is the best, regardless of what meat you add!by Jo 4 years ago
In a pinch, a can of del monte stewed or diced tomatoes with minute rice 1-1.5 cups works perfectly. Any more rice than that makes it dry. Personally I don't see the point in adding the water to the tomatoes, just use the juices of the tomatoes. Just want the tomatoes warmed up enough, don't cook it so long there is no juice left. In getting creative, we discovered that sprinkling grated parmesan cheese after dished up is amazing, also putting it in bread and eating it like a hot dog in a roll is great. Love it love it. And I can honestly say as a rewarmed up leftover, it's the best. I'm normally anti-leftovers, rewarming doesn't usually have the same taste, texture or presentation plus I'm terrified of food poisoning. But this one's the exception, would totally recommend it for dinner on the go! Survived on this during college!