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I'm having a girl over tonight for a date. We're cooking dinner together and we've already got most of the menu worked out. The only thing I'm unsure of is what to do about the side dish. We're having a mexican food themed dinner and the main course is gonna be a chicken soft taco with lime. We're gonna make some guacamole and use some of the lime in that as well.
I want to make some spanish rice to go with it, but I've never been a big fan of homemade spanish rice. I generally like it at mexican restaurants, but I don't care for the mixes so I'd be wanting to make it from scratch.
There's one restaurant here in town that has some absolutely fantastic rice that I'd like to try to imitate. Theirs has corn, peas, and carrots mixed in. The part i'm not sure of is what type of seasoning or sauce they use. Its a fairly mild rice. Not much by way of spice or strong flavor.
As an example of a rice that I don't like at all, I don't care for the Jose Pepper's rice. Theirs is way too strongly seasoned and I don't like whatever flavors of seasoning they use. I prefer my rice to be pretty mild and basic.