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I only use Basmati rice and would like to try these recipes. They are all gluten free and halal.
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4 Reviews |  By Merlot

I created this dish to serve with the Moroccan Lemon Chicken. However, this is a great side dish for any meal.

Recipe #34832

Very aromatic rice dish.. goes very well with any lamb or chicken stew. Edited to add: I'd missed out the oil the first time, have now added it in the directions alongwith the butter. The stock quantity is my fault. I'd overlooked it and had mistyped the quantity. I have now corrected it to 800 ml (from 600 ml)

Recipe #217626

54 Reviews |  By Lennie

This takes plain ol' rice to a new level. Goes particularly well with chicken. If you don't use chicken stock, this side dish is vegetarian/vegan.

Recipe #16512

This is my family's favorite recipe for Spanish rice. You can add more or less red pepper, depending on how spicy you like it.

Recipe #143109

A nice side dish for chicken or fish. Add a minced jalapeno pepper for added zing!

Recipe #202897

Delicious rice dish......fresh lime juice and cilantro wake up your taste alone or with your favorite mexican dishes.

Recipe #157068

2 Reviews |  By mpevans

Polo (a Central Asian variant on the word pilaf) is a food staple found across Central Asia, including Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and parts of northwestern China. The different peoples of each region have their own takes, and their own flavors, for the recipe. This recipe is for Uyghur polo, the variant of the dish found in China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Uyghur food is on the whole closer in taste to Indian, Persian, or Mediterranean food than it is to conventional Chinese food. I credit this recipe to my Uyghur language instructor. The recipe can be a challenge to cook correctly at first, but the challenge will prove well worth the effort because it is absolutely delicious.

Recipe #411849

A tasty side for simple grilled chicken or meat. Being gluten-free I tend to eat a lot of rice and this makes for a great change. I love the peppery flavour of coriander. Use a gluten-free stock to make this recipe suitable to a gluten-free diet (I like to use Massell brand )

Recipe #381356

Recipe #292392

My friend Cara and I needed a side dish one night and all I could think of was a curry dish I'd had at a local (Manhattan) Tai resturant. I could not find anything that was exactly right in the recipes already posted so I made this up. It was soooooooo good I now have to make it everytime we have dinner!!

Recipe #168779

Goes will with Chicken Tikka because it shares the same spices.

Recipe #115465

1 Reviews |  By p81

A delicately flavoured sweet rice which is a perfect finale to any meal. It is SO easy to make and also very quick as it uses a microwave. As an added bonus it is also low fat!

Recipe #137305

Our BUNKO club is blessed with a husband that is retired and researches and test recipe's. This is another one of his

Recipe #212573

Taking rice up a notch without too much more effort. From Bon Appetit, February 2008. Toast pine nuts if desired.

Recipe #282832

I made up this recipe from the only turmeric rice recipe I found on Zaar. It was made totally on the fly, and turned out delicious. I hope you feel the same. Rather than writing a review on the original recipe I thought it better to post a different one, since I had made several changes, instead of singling them out in my review of the first one. The mint adds just a hint of freshness to the rice, the mango a small sweetness along with the orange water, the toasted pine nuts add great crunch and texture, and the ginger/garlic marry well with all other flavors without being overpowering.

Recipe #307976

2 Reviews |  By Acerast

A very nice rice pilaf that goes well with chicken, pork, lamb or fish. It is from the Uncommon Gourmet, Ellen Helman, (a caterer in Boston) and I've made just a few changes. I actually use this method for cooking rice side dishes quite frequently. Occasionally I omit the pine nuts and vermicelli and experiment with various herbs (garlic, parsley, chives, marjoram, cumin...) vegetables (grated carrots, chopped celery, tomatoes, peas, asparagus....) and have even added toasted pecans! Start with the basic recipe (my family loves it) and have fun experimenting!

Recipe #227832

This is a great side dish for a variety of meats. Toast the almonds to add another dimension of flavor. Especially good with Peachy Pork Chops. Could easily be made vegetarian by using vegetable broth.

Recipe #162565

This recipe is the product of the "I need to go to the grocery store, but don't have time" syndrome. It is a sweet, flavorful rice that is so easy to make. A quick side dish that goes well with meat, poultry, or fish. Even my "Picky Panel of Judges" (A.K.A. "Guinea Pigs") liked it!!

Recipe #44361

Another truly South African taste experience. There are many versions of this recipe and this is mine. I serve this rice with frikkadelle accompanied by a simple beet salad and steamed greenbeans.

Recipe #123728

This is a wonderful quick and easy rice dish. It makes a great side dish for chicken, pork or lamb. I hope you will enjoy this subtle dish.

Recipe #178103

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