Kitchen Sink Rice Bake


Kitchen Sink Rice Bake

Kitchen Sink Rice Bake
Kitchen Sink Rice Bake

For those nights where you have absolutely no idea what to do for dinner, try this Kitchen Sink Rice Bake recipe. This ham and rice casserole includes a colorful array of healthy vegetables that you most likely already have in your refrigerator or freezer. Tender deli ham adds a bit of savory flavor while the cheese makes everything gooey in a wonderful way. This is one casserole recipe that you will definitely want to serve warm. Cream of chicken soup adds a wonderful dose of creaminess to this simple weeknight casserole.


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Cooking Time40 min

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This looks so yummy and like a great way to avoid wasting vegetables that are hanging out in the crisper drawer.

This is perfect for a busy day! Even if you haven't gone to the grocery store just yet, you'll be able to throw together a simple, but flavorful dish in no time.

My kids are not interested in eating vegetables they just want fast food, now I decide to put something spicy at home. I follow your recipes. http//

I love the idea of letting the rice cook in the oven! Anything to cut a precooking step is fine with me. I had peas and cauliflower, so I used that along with carrots, onions, and some chopped kale. I cubed organic smoked ham we get from a nearby grower...I cube the meat that cooks off the bone after we've sliced as much as possible, and I keep baggies of it in the freezer for just such a recipe.

Hi Lauren, I have tried several times to print this recipe without success. Could you please help me. Regards Dawn

Hi Dawn, once you follow the link above to Lauren's blog, you'll see "Print This Recipe" in pink text next to a printer icon below the title of the recipe. Then you'll see a "Click to Print" button and you should get a prompt from your printer. If that doesn't work, you could always copy and paste the recipe into a Word document and print it that way. I hope that helps! - Natalie, Editor of AllFreeCasseroleRecipes


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