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    Rice on!

    Savory and sweet rice dishes. Photo courtesy of Mrs Goodall
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    This recipe uses either jasmine rice (original to recipe) or basmati rice. Adapted from 'The Lavender Cookbook'. If you are new to lavender and/or are a wee bit concerned about the amount in this recipe, start off by adding one half tablespoon (or less even) then you can always add more later.

    Recipe #488776

    My homemade version of Lundberg's Farms' <Countrywild> gourmet rice blend. I am lucky to have access to all these grains in bulk bins and in that way I only purchase as much as is necessary for the recipe. Important note: the cooked rice will have a *brownish-lavender* hue (it's the Japonica rice's fault), it's completely natural and there is no cause for concern!

    Recipe #446189

    Simple and basic-orange rice with no onion or garlic, no herbs. Depending on my menu, for a more pronounced flavor I will increase the amount of orange juice; or omit the zest, etc. (But I like orange, so I almost always add more.) From 1,000 Lowfat Recipes' cookbook.

    Recipe #142979

    This beautiful traditional Persian dessert is now a favorite of ours. This version is not overly sweet. Saffron, one of the most precious and most expensive spices in the world gives this pudding it's beautiful golden colour and rewarding flavour. Recipe by Nahal Lovessert, modified from http://www.lovescool.com. I never would have imagined a rice pudding without milk could be so good!

    Recipe #391045

    A very simple tomato-based rice side dish recipe from Turkey. From turkishcookbook.com. A flavorful, freshly picked from the garden, preferably organic tomato works best for this recipe. *Update* 17 June 2011: Last week I prepared this substituting quinoa for the rice. Rinse the quinoa first as directed in Step #1 and proceed with recipe as written. The quinoa was completely cooked and liquid evaporated in about 25 minutes.

    Recipe #427221

    Keep a jar in the cupboard, bring it camping or give as a gift.

    Recipe #421452

    3 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is one of our favorites, just watch everyone fight over the almonds.

    Recipe #16616

    Delightful fried rice with excellent flavor. Serve as a side or main dish.

    Recipe #217095

    You can either choose to use wild rice or a wild rice blend of other grains and rice varieties. See link below. From healthyhealth.ca.

    Recipe #416048

    A easy flavorful rice dish. I serve with this with many seafood dishes or just a nice side to Mexican dishes as well. Serve this with my recipe #407148. It is a great compliment.

    Recipe #407149

    This is a mix of grains that I make in bulk quantities to use as a replacement for rice or as a flavorful addition to jasmine or basmati rice. With all due respect, this is based on a recipe from the Medicine restaurant in San Francisco. Also great for sushi!

    Recipe #188541

    I found these basic instructions for cooking Bhutanese red rice at Sugat.com. Goes very well with Zesty Corn and Beans.

    Recipe #335005

    These are a delicious side dish. They make a boring dinner exciting.

    Recipe #382162

    This looked awfully good, simple, almost perfect! I made this last night and my BF and I were very pleased with the outcome. If possible, use leftover rice as fresh rice will be too moist. Leftover rice from Chinese takeout works well too. After making the dish the amount of garlic didn't seem excessive to me, but use your judgment. Courtesy of Mark Bittman, the minimalist, from today's version of the New York Times. I reduced the oil as it seemed excessive. Use 1/2 cup if you'd prefer. For a vegan dish, omit the eggs. Originally from chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

    Recipe #410777

    5 Reviews |  By Geema

    This deliciously different rice dish pairs well with either duck, turkey, goose or any pork roast.

    Recipe #72501

    Modified from The Complete Middle East Cookbook By Tess Mallos. This is a beautiful accompaniment to Recipe #372093.

    Recipe #405300

    This "gourmet" combination of various grains is sold in bulk at our local Winco, but it dawned on me later after having purchased the mix of course, that I could buy the grains individually and make a homemade version. Which in turn meant I could reduce the cost. Light bulb moment! Please help me decide if I should classify this as a stolen recipe...? ;) If you have difficulty locating the red rice (I found a bag at our local Asian market), substitute Wehani, short grain brown rice or similar unhulled rice. Great for gift giving: place 2 cups of the mix in a canning jar or similar container, print out or hand write the cooking instructions, attach bow or raffia and the instructions to the container.

    Recipe #380734

    Very easy and tasty rice dish.

    Recipe #380730

    There is enough horseradish in this mix to pert up anyone's day!!

    Recipe #37533

    I've been planning to try this traditional Egyptian vegetarian dish (at least another version of it) for a long time and finally did a few days ago. From Arabian Delights. PS> In US, you'll find fideo vermicelli (aka 'pelo de angel' or simply fideos) in the Mexican food aisle section.

    Recipe #327791

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