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Get NZ cooking: Easy chicken and rice

WENDY ROSS
Last updated 05:00 02/02/2013

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Main ingredient Rice
Type of dish Quick and easy
Course Main course
Cooking time <30 min
Serves/makes 1
Special options Nut-free

This might not be my favourite meal ever but it's dead easy to make if you're wanting something quick, healthy and tasty - it sure beats yellow fried food.

It's likely you won't have the ingredients in the pantry but if you're wandering past a supermarket on the way homethis will solve your dinner dilemma.

1 can Chop Chop Chicken with Cracked Pepper and Light Mayo
1 punnet of 40 second Sunrice brown rice
Any kind of tomatoes
Cheapest spinach you can find
Mushrooms, if desired

1. Microwave the rice for 40 seconds as per the instructions on the punnet.

2. Tip into bowl and add a can of Chop Chop chicken.

3. Add torn spinach. If using frozen, heat it up a little first.

4. Add chopped tomatoes.

5. Add chopped mushrooms.

It's that easy - add any other vegetable you may fancy and eat in front of good TV programme.


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