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    Is rice hard to make? It ain't hard mofo. It is simple and easy to make. Not all rice is cooked using the same ratios, but most are generally cooked the same

    Recipe #508120

    4 Reviews |  By ATM 67

    There once was a restaurant chain called L&N Seafood Grille. This is their rice pilaf recipe, almost exactly. Their recipe called for 1 gallon of uncooked rice. You can see that I have cut it down a little. Obviously, this recipe can be much more than quadrupled, easily.

    Recipe #128563

    I got this recipe with the cookbook that came with my first Microwave and I've been using it ever since! The rice comes out perfect every time. No muss, no fuss and can be served in the casserole dish you cooked it in. You can also use this method for brown rice but increase your cooking time a little.

    Recipe #195326

    Need an easy side dish for supper or church get togethers. THIS IS IT! So delicious. The beef flavor penetrates through the rice and is a must try.

    Recipe #42819

    This is actually how I make my Broccoli Casserole, but I actually picked up the wrong ingredient and it turned out great and I also got alot of compliments.

    Recipe #144795

    Simply delicious AND simple. From the Creole chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947.

    Recipe #253877

    Growing up, whenever I was sick my mom always made this for me. It is super easy to make, easy on the stomach, tastes like comfort food, and incredibly cheap. Now, as a college student, it is one of my go to meals when I'm not feeling well.

    Recipe #493389

    Makes a pretty, tasty side dish to go with any menu. I have used this several times when having guests and it is always a hit! It is very easy to prepare.

    Recipe #246577

    Perfect white rice you can enjoy with your entire family!

    Recipe #492905

    Make your own delicious rice (not from a box) with only 3 ingredients! This quick and easy recipe delivers great tasting rice that goes well with any dish.

    Recipe #492902

    23 Reviews |  By Marie

    I also like to add minced garlic to saute with the onion to taste and a handful of grated Parmesan cheese at end of cooking time. This is good! Recipe courtesy of Paula Deen.

    Recipe #77514

    25 Reviews |  By Marie

    You can also add a small can of mushrooms to this dish. Very easy side dish to cook with an oven meal.

    Recipe #70173

    My husband told me that he doesn't want to have vegetable for dinner. I decide to hide vegetable in fried rice.. Yummy and he never know how many kinds of vegetables in.

    Recipe #489496

    This dirty rice recipe came from my mom in 1996, and I don't have any idea where she got it. It can be adjusted for your tastes -- more or less of the "7 seasonings" to make it hotter. I usually make it and put it in stuffed peppers, but it could be a stand alone dish or side. We love it!

    Recipe #314202

    This is a variation of my "Mimi's Dirty Rice" recipe, using healthier brown or basmati long cooking rice. Takes a little longer, but still very delicious. Use as a stuffing in stuffed peppers, or serve with a green salad. We like this in stuffed peppers, with some jack cheese melted on top.

    Recipe #314511

    My early years were split between rural east Texas and the heart of Louisiana's Cajun Country....back in my elementary days (before school lunches came frozen in boxes) this was a lunch room staple in Lafayette, Louisiana.....prepared daily by the mother's of my Cajun friends who worked part time in the school cafeteria. To this day a big helping of hot Dirty Rice takes me back to 4th grade! This recipe, from Chef Patrick Mould, calls for ground pork and beef only; which works well for me because, if I'm the one doing the cooking, I simply can not deal with chicken livers! This makes a LOT of Dirty Rice....so if your not cooking for a lunch room full of hungry kids, you may want to 1/2 or even 1/4 the recipe. For the 'dark roux' I recommend you reference recipe #47651 by chef #15851

    Recipe #372675

    While visiting a friend recently she made this as a side dish with chicken. It was so good I didn't know whether to use a fork or a spoon. She gave me the recipe, So easy, now I can make it for my family.

    Recipe #222302

    Found on an advertising flyer, nutritious and full of flavour and texture. Prep time does not allow for the bean preparation, although if you substitute canned beans, then the time stated is the time it will take!

    Recipe #315425

    This will produce perfect rice every time, just make certain to use only converted white rice, I use Uncle Ben's for this.

    Recipe #145463

    Rice-a-roni-type dish.

    Recipe #487090

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