8 oz box
Enriched Parboiled Long Grain Rice (Niacin, Ferric Orthophosphate (Iron), Thiamin Mononitrate, Folic Acid), Tomato Powder, Salt, Dehydrated Carrots, Granulated Onion, Freeze Dried Corn, Garlic, Corn Meal, Sugar, Freeze Dried Peas, Yeast Extract, Maltodextrin, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Dehydrated Chicken, Parsley, Sodium Aluminosilicate (to Prevent Caking), Turmeric, Celery Extract, Pepper.
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No MSG. No hydrogenated fat. No artificial preservatives. All natural. Authentic Mexican made easy. Ready in 20 minutes. Casa Mexicana is on a mission to bring the wonderfully rich and diverse cuisine from Mexico to your home. Our products are made from all-natural ingredients, without additives or MSG. We work hard so you can envoy the most authentic Mexican, food experience, quickly and conveniently. The journey of rice to Mexico. The gift of the Goddess. 8,200 - 13,500 years ago: Cultivation of the wild rice Oryza in Southeast Asia and Southwestern China. 344 - 324 BC: Alexander the Great's returning expedition brings rice to Greece and Sicily and from there is introduced to North Africa. 4th Century BC - 10th Century AD: Brought to Spain and named arroz. 1520s: Spaniard bring rice to Mexico.
Directions: 1. In a medium saucepan, bring 2 cups of water to a boil. 2. Stir in rice mix and 2 tbsp of olive oil or butter (optional). 3. Cover saucepan and reduce heat to simmer, cook for 20-25 minutes. 4. Remove from heat and let stand for 3 minutes.
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