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    This also works well using half each ground beef and spicy bulk pork sausage meat, make certain to brown the meat well to increase the flavor, this soup tastes even better the following day so you may want to make it up to a few days ahead and refrigerate just warm on top of the stove before serving, it also freezes very well, the taco seasoning is only optional I also like to add in a minced jalapeno pepper when browning the meat-- see my recipe#80434

    Recipe #396118

    This is a delicious tomato based rice dish, spicy pork sausage meat may be replaced for the ground beef which is what I prefer to use, make this as spicy as you like by adjusting the chili flakes, the olives may be omitted I strongly suggest to add them in you could substitute 3/4 cup frozen peas, this recipe was developed using converted rice I can't promise the same results using another kind of rice

    Recipe #385036

    Crunchy on the outside with a delicious ground beef-rice filling oozing with melted chunks of feta cheese, I would suggest to purchase the block of feta cheese and coarsely crumble into small chunks, you may freeze the remainder of the feta to use for another time --- due to the high sodium amount in the feta cheese and Parmesan cheese I strongly suggest to season with salt until after you have added both cheeses --- I have listed the yield at 35 balls this is only estimated you may get a few more more or less, good thing this makes lots you will have them gone in not time! --- you may adjust amounts to suit taste, this recipe is very versatile.

    Recipe #362630

    This is creamy and delicious, you may also add in some frozen thawed peas or canned drained sliced mushrooms or fresh sauteed, if you are not a garlic lover then omit the fresh garlic or you may use 1/2 teaspoon or more of garlic powder --- if you love risotto then you will love this rice!

    Recipe #357982

    This method will create a perfect cooked rice --- remember not to stir at anytime while cooking or the rice will stick to the bottom of the pot, and do not cover with a lid until all water is absorbed, for this method use only long grain white rice, please see directions for water amount.

    Recipe #350260

    The secret to the best Chinese fried rice is onions, garlic and sesame oil, you may add in cooked chicken, beef, pork or shrimp, also you may add in some frozen thawed peas or fresh sauteed or canned mushrooms, whatever you have handy in your fridge! --- for this recipe it is best to use slightly undercooked rice that is more firm that soft the best recipe is the firm option on my recipe#350260 the amount of egg does not matter, if you like lots of egg then use as many eggs as desired, if you like a little heat then add in some cayenne pepper, I most always do you and you will probably need to adjust the soy sauce to your liking --- you will love this rice!

    Recipe #347607

    Make this only if you are a lover of Greek food, this is a full flavored rice with intense flavor and not for those with a plain palette! --- since not everyone has a taste for olives I have left them as optional, I most always add them in -- after making this a few times you will most likely want to adjust some of the ingredients to suit your taste, or you may not, the amounts listed are close to what I use when I make this rice --- this is very good!

    Recipe #346364

    Browning the rice gives this dish so much more extra flavor --- the garlic amount may be adjusted to taste.

    Recipe #338267

    If you don't mind the idea of using canned soup this is a delicious tomato sauce, because of the instant rice in the meatballs it will need about 1-1/2 to 2 hours of cooking time , I sometimes remove about 1/2 to 3/4 cup of the simmering sauce cool slightly then mix into the ground beef mixture before shaping into meatballs, you may need to adjust the brown sugar and vinegar amounts during cooking --- for meatballs I use my recipe#69173

    Recipe #319732

    Feel free to saute a little green bell pepper with onions, you may adjust the garlic and chili flakes to taste --- this is very good! :)

    Recipe #318561

    If you love brown rice then try this recipe, the rice bakes out perfect all the time! if you are using a highly-salted broth then you may want to reduce the salt slightly, for extra heat add in some cayenne pepper --- I also like to add in a few small bay leaves for added flavor ---- the recipe may be reduced to half, for vegetarian use vegetable broth or water and olive oil in place of butter --- this may also be made without the onion and garlic, see note on bottom.

    Recipe #245447

    I make this quite often as a side dish, it is very good.

    Recipe #91043

    This recipe goes back over 20 years, it so rich and creamy and one of the best rice puddings!

    Recipe #79781

    This is my own recipe I have been making for over 30 years, you may use 2 pounds of all ground beef or 1 pound each ground beef and ground pork. Try to purchase extra large firm bell peppers with flatter bottoms so that they will stand straight in the baking dish, and for a softer bell pepper you may par-boil the peppers firstly turn upside down to drain for about 30 minutes or more then stuff as directed (see bottom of the recipe) ----- see my recipe#136292

    Recipe #155963

    This is like a savory rice pudding, I prefer fresh sautéed mushrooms but canned will do fine, the rice will need to be cooked and completely cold before using, I sometimes like to add in steamed broccoli florets, if desired you may sprinkle some grated cheddar or mozzarella cheese on after baking and return to oven for a few minutes --- this may be doubled but you will need a very large casserole dish, a double recipe will not fit into a 13x9 dish --- prep time does not include cooking the rice.

    Recipe #292682

    The rice must be cold so use leftover cold rice or make a day ahead and refrigerate, I use converted rice for this but white long grain will do fine as long as the rice is semi-firm and not overcooked see my recipe#350260 --- If you prefer a thicker rice casserole then omit the milk or reduce to 1/4 cup. The complete recipe may be doubled, this is *really* good! :)

    Recipe #213292

    This recipe was tested and developed using converted white rice, I cannot promise the same results using a different rice. This complete recipe may be doubled and for a firmer rice reduce the broth slightly.

    Recipe #266540

    This is a delicious extra creamy rice, if you like a little heat then add in a pinch cayenne pepper --- I have made this using converted long grain rice instead of aborio, it turned out well but the Aborio is much better to use --- you may use fresh sauteed mushrooms in place of canned or use frozen peas instead of mushrooms --- do not add in any extra salt until the rice has finished cooking, and add in only if needed --- this recipe may be doubled :)

    Recipe #257278

    This dish takes no more than 5 minutes to throw together and when you taste this rice you will eat the whole dish, it is *that* good! you could throw in 2 cups cooked chicken or turkey for a main meal, my family loves spice so I add in some cayenne pepper --- because of the high sodium content in the dry soup mix do *not* to add in any extra salt to this, you could add in the complete package of dry soup mix but for my family's taste we found it to be a little too salty --- all ingredients may be doubled --- this is *delicious*

    Recipe #250289

    This is quite tasty, the jalapeno pepper is only optional I like to add in for extra heat, Italian sausages with the casings removed may be used in place of the ground beef or use ground turkey, I also like to add in some cooked crumbled bacon or smoked dry sliced sausage but that is only optional :)

    Recipe #250109

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