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ROTEL Mild Diced Tomatoes and Green Chilies, 10 Ounce, 12 Pack [Mild] for $11.17 with S&S

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Thanks. For some reason Walmart has been out of the hot ones lately.
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Anyone have a favorite rotel based beanless chili recipe?
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If you're Sam's Club members, Rotel is an every day price of $0.81/can.
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I use this to make the Pioneer Woman salsa recipe. You're probably scoffing that you couldn't possibly make good salsa from canned tomatoes. I used to think the same thing. This recipe is better than most fresh salsas I've ever had, and I've had tons. Very cheap and convenient to make.
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If you're Sam's Club members, Rotel is an every day price of $0.81/can.
But I bet they don't carry the hot ones. I bought these because I can't find the hot ones. Not that it was so great of a deal.
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Anyone have a favorite rotel based beanless chili recipe?
Real chili doesn't have beans or chunky tomatoes in it. I think Rotel is only good in Pioneer Woman salsa or in a dip with Velveeta.
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I use this to make the Pioneer Woman salsa recipe. You're probably scoffing that you couldn't possibly make good salsa from canned tomatoes. I used to think the same thing. This recipe is better than most fresh salsas I've ever had, and I've had tons. Very cheap and convenient to make.
I agree 110% I have adopted her restaurant style one and now we go through a batch a week! Everyone of my family and friends now puts in requests for it. My ninja blender has a permanent spot on the counter we use it so much making salsa.
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If you like spicy, I highly recommend the Hot habanero one. I use it in chili, salsa, and sometimes Indian, and it burns so good Smilie
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Thanks. For some reason Walmart has been out of the hot ones lately.
Our WM, Target, Publix, and Aldi (store brand) have all been out of hot or mild, save for the jumbo cans.
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Not bad, but I found that Dollar General's generic brand can go for about 75 cents/can or 3 for $2, so I stock up when I can find it there.


Note: This absolutely isnt traditional Spanish Rice, period. Its Elfish Rice, if anything~

Since March or so I've been using this stuff to make spanish rice, a can of this, maybe 1/3 cup DG cheap salsa to supplement that, 1.5 cups rice, 2 and 3/4 cups chicken or beef stock, and some spices (dash of cumin, 1 teaspoon oregano, pinch of black pepper, small pinch of chili powder if you want to bump flavor a little more)...

..just make sure everything has come to a good boil before putting lid on, let it simmer on low for 20-21 minutes, then sit off the burner on a different part of the stove for 10 additional minutes. do NOT use 3 cups stock, undercut it by that 1/4 cup and MAKE SURE its boiling all over the pan, not just one one side (learn from my mistakes lol).

serve with fajitas, or tacos or just warm by itself w/ some shredded cheese on top, black olives n sour cream optional.

this has been my very cheap, hearty go-to for months and while im burnt out making it over and over, it works like a champ and there is enough for leftovers for a day or two, depending.

YouTube has many good videos about making this dish, showing folks toasting the rice at the start too (I do that as well, just didnt feel like typing that out cuz im lazy)....DO study this recipe there before cranking it out, and mind what I said about those amounts for liquids and cook/rest times, it can result in a failure if you are not precise about it. The Rotel + Salsa add additional liquid over and above what the stock adds, and rice is super picky about amounts!
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Last edited by elf August 10, 2020 at 08:03 PM. Reason: Added detail, since this absolutley isnt how traditional Spanish Rice is made, period!
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Got the. Cilantro and lime pack for $10.10 with s&s. Thanks.
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Both Ralphs (Kroger), Vons, Pavillions, Albertsons have this on sale for 99 cents or less quite often. I have always wondered why these types of posts are classified as "deals."
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They always have these at my 99c store
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Both Ralphs (Kroger), Vons, Pavillions, Albertsons have this on sale for 99 cents or less quite often. I have always wondered why these types of posts are classified as "deals."
Right, even the dollar store has these cans. I don't see how this is much of a deal.
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