Another favourite little quick recipe from the days when I worked full-time. And still a really good way to make rice! I've never actually made it with the spinach, but it's included in the original recipe.
"Sopa seca" literally translates to "dry soup". A friend of ours from Mexico served this delicious rice sidedish to us and I enthusiastically went about finding a recipe for it. This is from the cookbook Mexican: Healthy Ways With a Favourite Cuisine by Jane Milton. A more glutinous rice dish than the ever popular Spanish rice. Is this an authentic Mexican recipe? I don't know, but I do know we like this dish!
Another EdsGirl creation from La Cocina Angie! Beautiful golden rice is seasoned with garlic, sherry, saffron, and - a touch of almond extract. It's so delicious, and at it's best with a light vegetarian, seafood or chicken entree.
Simply easy quick recipe. Excellent served with Adobo Pork & Green Mango, Tomatoe Salad (under separate post here on Zaar). You can also clean the fridge - add left over chopped veggies. It's as good as your imagination.
This is a version of rice that you find at a Tex-Mex restaurant. It is way easier than it looks and after you have made it once or twice - you can do it by heart. My kids love it and I love that I can sneak a few veggies in! Can be made vegan with veggie broth.
Give 1 of each rice mixture to one person or individual recipes to different people. Tie a festive ribbon around each jar or baggie and a tag or card with a message that includes THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS: "To cook, combine the rice mixture, 2 cups of cold water and 1 Tbs butter in a heavy saucepan. Bring to a boil over high heat. Cover and cook over low heat 15 minutes or until liquid is absorbed. Makes 4-6 servings." I got this recipe years ago from a book of "gifts from the kitchen" from the 1970s or 1980s. One recipe each of all 4 mixtures makes 2 gifts yielding 4-6 servings, so the way I came up with total servings is 4 x 2 x (4 to 6) = 32 to 48. (Also good to keep for yourself for when you're in a hurry or to take camping.)
Oh, I just love rice pilaf! This one is from a Swanson Broth Creative Cooking recipe pamphlet. Just remember that the broth is already diluted, so don't add water! Also, feel free to add other herbs of your choice.
I believe this recipe was already paired together with the Orange Marmalade Chicken recipe (#178046) when my mom discovered them in the Winnipeg Free Press. I prefer to add fresh chopped red pepper and celery for a bit of extra crunch. Water chestnuts are good in here, too.
My DBIL works in the rice industry here in our area where they had a contest for winning recipes, the company then sent home some of the best recipes with their employees. Here's one more that my DS has tried and her family really enjoyed. Serving sizes, preparation and cooking times are questimated since DS did not include them with her recipe to me, and I have yet to make this up...will revise when I do.
This yummy rice is a great way to sneak some veggies into your loved ones who would otherwise pass on them. Wonderful change from the usual red Spanish rice usually served with Tex Mex or Mexican foods. Similar to the rice served in one of my fave Mexican Restaurants in Houston, Guadalajara. I liked it so much I HAD to try to duplicate it when we moved away. This is as close as I can get. Hope you like it!