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    31 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is my foolproof way of getting perfect "every grain separate" rice, every time!

    Recipe #39269

    Staff Favorite, Make-Ahead, Vegetarian and absolutely delicious! :) This recipe for arancini - fried risotto balls - comes from Renato Poliafito, who got it from his Sicilian cousin, Emmanuelle Samtifillipo. These arancini are the size of tangerines filled with creamy cheesy rice, studded with nuts and green peas and encased in a crunchy crust. Food & Wine Magazine, December 2009 edition.

    Recipe #404391

    A Chilean friend taught me how to make this. I was addicted to it for a LONG time. This dish is quite tasty when eaten with my other recipe 'Dal Curry'. Enjoy!

    Recipe #8936

    Whenever I refer to this jambalaya, I call it brown as opposed to the red Creole jambalaya. Prepare all the ingredients the night before, ready to throw it together. Once cooked it can be frozen for future use.

    Recipe #371606

    31 Reviews |  By Mirj

    You can cook rice in the slow cooker.

    Recipe #16465

    I found this recipe in Organic Gardening magazine when my children were babies. It truly does make absolutely perfect brown rice every time! Never gummy. You can easily substitute it in recipes calling for rice without your family noticing (well, unless they dissect everything with a magnifying glass like my son likes to do)! *Please note: THIS IS JUST A RECIPE FOR BASIC RICE! It will NOT be fabulous alone! Use it for any recipe calling for cooked rice/ or spiff it up with the addition of garlic, onion, herbs, broth sub for water, etc. etc. It WILL be bland if served as is!

    Recipe #56242

    I've adapted this recipe from the Moosewood Simple Suppers cookbook, and it always gets rave reviews! Beer and cheddar may not sound like ideal risotto ingredients, but I guarantee it'll be love at first bite! I often substitute mushroom stock for the vegetable broth, which gives this dish a warm earthy flavor.

    Recipe #278538

    Risotto is an easy, cheap meal for family and friends. Enjoy this vegetarian version made with sharp Cheddar cheese. Be sure to grate the Cheddar very finely, so that it melts quickly and easily into the risotto. Serve the risotto with a bowl of finely grated Cheddar - so each person can sprinkle extra on top of their portion.

    Recipe #325117

    1 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is a flavourful alternative to plain rice and makes a meal much more interesting. Serves 2 as a main or 4 as a side dish.

    Recipe #367085

    this recipe came from my aunt and it really does tastes almost like boudin, or homemade rice dressing. It usually disappears at potluck dinners. So easy and good!

    Recipe #236552

    3 Reviews |  By winkki

    Very thick and filling and inexpensive; I've made it too often to remember its origin now. Tastes almost like it's made with milk but it isn't. You may wish to spice it up to taste; dh prefers his this way. Doubles well. Warning! A friend liked it enough that she decided to try it in the became so thick that it was basically a solid chunk, lol; the serving spoon stood upright! Stick to the stovetop and you'll be happier with this economical winter soup. ;o)

    Recipe #78616

    This came from a book called Cookin' Southern Vegetarian Style by Ann Jackson. I have listed the ingredients exactly as she lists them in her text, but I prepare it using crushed pecans, short grain brown rice and real butter, as you will not find a fat free product in my home. Also, I would say to be sure to use toasted sesame oil, since she doesn't specify. Anyway, this stuff makes meat-eaters ask for seconds.

    Recipe #215386

    Classic risotto needs constant stirring but this baked version needs hardly any attention as it cooks gently in the oven. To jazz it up a bit: When you add the remaining butter and cheese, stir in some shredded roast chicken. Heat through for 1-2min. Fry 2oz cubed pancetta or smoked streaky bacon with the onion and garlic. Stir in some fresh, chopped basil, thyme or baby spinach before serving.

    Recipe #360013

    This is total veg comfort food...cheese, nuts, rice, and TONS of good veggies. What's not to love? This takes a little bit of time but it is well worth the effort.

    Recipe #241877

    3 Reviews |  By Lanessa

    This is simple and tasty. If your husband is a meat and potato guy like mine he will like it too...

    Recipe #180658

    Yummy side dish we make a lot in my home. Goes great with lots of different main dishes! Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #198418

    This "recipe" comes from a 40 year old cook book I inherited when I met Russell! "Entertaining with Kerr". He was a pompus TV cook in Australia, and this is the only thing I've ever cooked out of the book. It's also the ONLY way I enjoy my rice (and we eat a lot of that!)

    Recipe #53546

    Johnny Cash was my husband's cousin and I was lucky enough to obtain a cookbook of Johnny's mother's recipes titled, "Favorite Recipes From Mama Cash's Kitchen." I've been asked to post some of the recipes from the book and this is one of them.

    Recipe #330000

    31 Reviews |  By chia

    From Cooking Light, this is a no fail, no work risotto.

    Recipe #71258

    This is my own variation of Bhagala Polo (apologies to Iranian cooks everywhere!). It is not the least bit authentic, but boy is it good! It's good hot or cold (I prefer it cold).

    Recipe #239221

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