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Mexican Skillet

30 minutes

super easy

300 grams

This skillet is jam packed with flavor from simple ingredients. It’s also made in under 30 minutes!
Serving size: 300 grams
Mexican Skillet

Mexican Skillet

Yield

5 – 300 gram servings

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“ohsnapmacros – Mexican Skillet”

3.67 from 9 Reviews

Ingredients

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1 lb. chopped chicken breast
1 can whole corn kernels ⁣
1 can black beans, drained and rinsed ⁣
1 red bell pepper, chopped ⁣
1 jar salsa (30 tbsp) ** see note ⁣
3/4cup basmati rice, uncooked ⁣
7oz water ⁣
1.5 tbsp chili powder
1.5 tbsp cumin⁣
1 tbsp garlic powder ⁣
1/2 tbsp onion powder
1/2 tbsp salt
1/2 tbsp pepper
1/2 tbsp paprika ⁣
* alternatively you can use taco seasoning of choice vs. seasonings listed ⁣

Nutritional Information

354 Calories
2 Fat (grams)
49 Carbs (grams)
38 Protein (grams)

Directions

1.

Cut the chicken into strips, spray with cooking spray and season with chili powder, cumin, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper and paprika. Mix together to coat chicken well. ⁣
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2.

Over medium heat spray cooking pan with cooking spray and sear chicken flipping often until almost cooked through. ⁣
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3.

Add beans, corn, salsa, water, bell pepper to the chicken and mix together.
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4.

Once mixed add the uncooked rice. Mix well. Cover and cook over medium to medium low for 10 mins stirring a few times to keep from burning the bottom.
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9 Comments

  • Stephanie

    Do you think I could substitute riced cauliflower for the rice to lower carbs in recipe?

    • daniellelima

      Definitely. I would omit water, add everything including cauli rice in place of rice and then add a tbsp at a time of water if needed. Water is specifically for cooking the rice.

  • Will Slaughter

    I made this a the flavor is so good. My issue is with how long it took to cook the rice. So you just used regular uncooked basmati rice? Thanks in advance if you are able to give some more details here.

    • daniellelima

      Yes, regular uncooked basmati rice. The rice has to cook somehow and that usually takes a while. If you need something quicker use cooked rice or a bag of ready rice.

      • LeAnne

        If I use a bag of ready Basmati rice would I still measure out 3\4 cup?

        • daniellelima

          No, uncooked and cooked are very different in weight. You would need to figure out the comparison.

          • Leanne

            Ok, thank ya ma’am! ? I figured but I wanted to double check! ?

  • Michelle

    Delicious! Quick and easy!

  • Lori Jones

    Keeper! Very flavorful (used homemade taco seasoning). Going into my rotation..thanks so much!

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