any vegetable that is about to go bad in the fridge (diced)
3 oucnes butter
Frito Crumbs (usually all I can find at my place)
If available -cup of parm-reg cheese
if available-half cup a cream
First job right out of college doesnt leavea lot of money for groceries, so depending on what me and my roomates have nabbed from our parents house is usually what makes up the casserole. Any fresh ingredients are welcome of course.
2Saute onions in ounce of butter for a couple minutes.Salt and Pepper Add meat and other vegetable and cook for another 3-4 minutes..add rest of butter and cream and simmer for 5 (add cheese at end if available)
3Once rice is done mix all together and pour into casserole dish. Cover with fritos. bake 375 for 15 min.
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