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Chili Con Arroz

Looking for an exciting culinary adventure? Bring a taste of Mexico into your kitchen this week with our delicious Chili Con Arroz! This flavorful dish combines the best of Mexican spices and ingredients. Perfect for a family dinner or a gathering with friends! Don’t miss out on this scrumptious treat!


  • 1/2 yellow onion, chopped
  • 1/2 red bell pepper chopped
  • 2 cloves of garlic, chopped
  • Dash of cayenne
  • Dash of smoked paprika
  • Dash of chili powder
  • Can of chili beans
  • Can of diced tomatoes
  • Dash of soy sauce


  1. Start to prepare your SmartRice.
  2. To a pan add onions, bell pepper and saute in oil at medium high heat for about five minutes.
  3. Once cooked down, add garlic, cayenne, smoked paprika, and chili powder. Cook for about a minute.
  4. Add in chili beans, diced tomato, and soy sauce. Cook until it becomes chili texture, about 7-10 minutes. Add water if it becomes too thick.
  5. This is where you can add in your cooked protein. We added air fried tofu. Let us know if you want the recipe! 😉
  6. Plate your rice and pour chili over top. Enjoy! 🙂

SmartRice® is Good for You and Good for the Earth.

Rice – the most consumed calorie around the world and the second-highest in worldwide production. And yet, this most ancient of grains can offer the latest sustainable solution for even greater production on fewer acres reducing the need for chemicals, energy and water. It can – if that rice is SmartRice®. Developed through classical breeding, coupled with computer-aided trait selection, SmartRice® is better rice. It has the smallest carbon footprint of all commercially grown rice, thanks to a higher photosynthetic rate and naturally-occurring pest and disease tolerance, requiring less water, nitrogen and pesticides. SmartRice® is helping foster optimized on-farm growing practices to increase the appeal of America’s rice crop both domestically and overseas. Selecting SmartRice® as your preferred rice ingredient is the sustainable choice.

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