Turnup's Special Rice
Sometimes, food for thought aint enough!
Before I begin I must warn you, none of these recipes have measurements. I learned how to cook through trial and error whenever I was home alone because I couldn't go get missing ingredients for recipes so I figured I couldn't use them. Don't worry though! This style of cooking allows for extreme variations in quantity, which means that you can't really have too much or too little of anything! Without further ado, here is the recipe for Turnup's Special Rice!
Yellow bell peppers
Orange bell peppers
Red bell peppers
Onions (White - not red)
Olive Oil or Cannabutter
Chicken breasts or tenders or boneless thighs
Lemon or lemon juice or lemon pepper
Red pepper flakes
Sharp knife (for cutting chicken and vegetables)
Wooden spoon (or anything really)
1. Fill big-ass pot about 3/4 full of water. Bring water to rolling boil.
2. As the water comes to a boil, cut the peppers, onions, and mushrooms (optional) into medium sized pieces.
3. Cut chicken into shmedium sized pieces.
4. Heat olive oil or cannabutter briefly in big-ass pan over medium heat. If you see oil burning off (looks like steam or smoke is coming out) then it is too hot!
5. Dump your vegetation in the pan and let it sizzle for bout 5 minutes.
6. As the vegetables sizzle, add rice to boiling water. Leave about 2-3 inches of water above your rice. Reduce heat to medium.
7. Add chicken to the vegetables and heat for five minutes. Then add red pepper flakes (optional), Cajun seasoning (a lot), garlic (4 or 5 shakes), and lemon (a lil bit). Remember to keep an eye on your rice!
8. Raise from medium to medium-high heat. Sautee the chicken and vegetables on medium high heat for another 12-15 minutes (smaller portions don't need this much time I just be scared so I do it anyway).
9. Turn off heat. Your rice should be ready now. If it is not finished, give it some more time.
11. Taste test your chicken and broth before you pour it over your rice! If it is over-seasoned, use only a little sauce. If it is under-seasoned, simply add a bit of salt to flavor. Depending on how much sauce you use, you can prepare a plate packed full of flavor or a dish that's very subtle. Enjoy!
Pairs well with white wines and cannabis.
Did you try it out? Post your pictures and reviews in the comments!