St. Paul’s Rice

February 18, 2008

Rrroberto submitted a wonderful recipe call St. Paul’s Rice. He also gets bonus points for being the only one to scan the original recipe from 1990!

This dish came out real well! It was easy, tasted great, and I had a lot of leftovers! Here is how the price broke down…

Sausage $2.50

Onion $0.26 (I think the guy at Kroger rang it up wrong, it should have been 1 onion for $0.88)

Celery $1.29

Rice $1.00

Bell Pepper $1.29

Soup Mix $1.39

Total Cost $7.73

I was very pleased with the whole recipe and the price was great. It had been a very long time since I have cut up a Bell Pepper. I stared at it for a couple minutes trying to remember how to cut it up. When everything was chopped I added it to my pan…

Next was preparing the Chicken Noodle Soup. This made me a little nervious. It called for five cups of water. The back of the packet only called for ¾ cup. I got even more worried when it looked like this…

But then it started boiling and all my doubts were gone…

I added it to my casserole dish and started getting excited…

Here it is baking…

Finally the finished product!

I highly recommend this dish. It is going to last me for days! Thanks again Rrroberto!


5 Responses to “St. Paul’s Rice”

  1. Carla said

    Hungry hangman. Looks good.

  2. solitaryrefinement said

    Carla – Thanks! It was good! This weekend I am going to be trying a stew.

  3. solitaryrefinement said

    Looking back on this…red peppers might be fun to add. This would make it look all Christmas like!

  4. […] with the St. Paul’s Rice – […]

  5. Sandy Abdellatif said

    My Mother use to make this and it was one of my favorite dishes that she made. Delicious! About to make it. Hope mine turns out as well as hers did. Missing my Mother and her wonderful cooking.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: