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Say Hello To My New Best Casserole Friend!
I am not even kidding when I say I hate chopping. Ok, some of it may have to do with the fact that I’m the laziest person on Earth to take care of my kitchen knifes…
They’re not exactly in the sharpest possible condition, if you know what I mean! But still, it’s usually the lack of time that makes me want to avoid recipes where there’s a lot of chopping involved. After a long and busy workday I would simply rather do something else.
That’s one of the reasons I fell in love with this pork chop and rice casserole recipe. No chopping whatsoever! It’s not the only reason, though. I love recipes that make use of the most inexpensive and simple ingredients and still turn out unbelievably tasty. My husband is crazy about this dish – he could eat this for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Come to think of it, so could I!
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Quick tip: You can add your favorite spices to give this even more taste. I like to add a little bit of red pepper flakes!