Spanish Rice

by Michelle

1 lb. ground hamburger
2 cans Tomato Soup
2 C rice, uncooked
¼ C Ketchup*
2 C shredded Mozzerella Cheese
1 Pkg. TX Toast

1. Cook rice according to pkg. directions (or in a rice cooker if you have it).
2. Cook hamburger until no longer pink, drain liquid.
3. Mix hamburger, rice and soup. If the mixture seems too dry you can add ¼ cup of ketchup.
4. Spread in a 13x9 baking pan. Sprinkle cheese evenly over top.
5. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 min. or until cheese is lightly browned & bubbly.

Note: This is the picky kid friendly version. The original version calls for 1 small onion, diced. You can also add other vegetables to the mix if you want ie. Green peppers, red peppers etc. Can serve TX Toast along side this dish with a tossed salad.

It serves about 6-8

I've never timed the steps but I can start this all at 4pm and by 5 pm it's all done and ready to serve. And this is a recipe my mother made when I was growing up. I think it's original but I could be wrong too.

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