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    My sister gave me this many years ago and we make it often and everyone that tries it loves it and asks for the recipe. Great one dish meal with maybe a small green salad.

    Recipe #136698

    Mochiko flour can be found in the Asian aisle in most supermarkets. I prefer the Koda Farms Blue Star brand that comes in a white box. Mochiko chicken is a favorite here in the Islands and can be found at many restaurants and lunchwagons. Great for potlucks. Preparation time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #126786

    From Quick&Easy Thai by Nancie McDermott.

    Recipe #384451

    This is a thai dish with a lot of the flavor coming from the pineapple and coconut. I prefer to use thai jasmine rice but you can use regular white rice too. I used a can of pineapples instead of a fresh one since that was what I had on hand. Be sure to make just what you need, I couldn't stop picking at the leftovers!

    Recipe #95070

    2 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    A sweet and fluffy Jello salad. The rice and pineapple add interesting texture. This is a great summer salad! The recipe is adapted from a local cookbook, contributed by a New Zealand foreign exchange student. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #142607

    A recipe from my aunt, this has become a family favorite.

    Recipe #43920

    It's what's inside that counts! My japanese mother makes this all the time. It's quick and easy and tastes great!

    Recipe #164695

    This is our favorite cabbage roll recipe. I often double or triple it to take it to pot lucks. They always go down a treat. People love them.

    Recipe #94170

    6 Reviews |  By Glutton

    A Cuban-American friend of mine in Jersey City got this off of a website dedicated to Cuban cuisine....it's been a year since I made this, but intend to try it again, it was so delicious. You try it and let me know. It's more convenient to use cooked (not canned!) shrimp. You can also use half-crab and half-shrimp or lobster as well! Enjoy!

    Recipe #223708

    Easy to make casserole

    Recipe #141051

    54 Reviews |  By Kim1

    This is one of those dishes that you might find making over and over again. There is so much you can add to this and it still taste great.

    Recipe #31436

    From the kitchen of Tona Thornburg Court, Bridgeton MO.

    Recipe #405864

    This recipe is adapted from Ingrid Hoffmann's Green Rice recipe (foodnetwork.com) so that it will work in a rice cooker. It has great flavor with just the right amount of heat. I now use this recipe instead of the standard red rice with Mexican dishes. It is great as a side dish with almost any Mexican food. The hub and I have even put left over rice in lightly-fried tortillas to make rice tacos that were out of this world. Note - I use sushi grade rice almost exclusively in my cooking becuase I love the stickier texture. Accordingly, I have not tried making the recipe with standard or brown rice. You may need to adjust the amount of chicken stock, especially if using brown rice. This recipe is very easy to double or triple when feeding a crowd. It is also a tried and true pot-luck pleaser!

    Recipe #381945

    When life was simpler and few people traveled beyond their own community, the use of a single ingredient could imply an "exotic" flare. If a dish had pineapple in it, it would be called "Hawaiian"; if it had a green pepper added, then it was "Spanish" or "Mexican". This dish comes from those simpler, less global village times. It's from a 1949 Better Homes and Gardens cookbook and was my all time favourite dish when I was growing up on the farm. I even requested it as my Birthday Meal, that's how much I loved it! Very basic comfort food, not meant to compete with today's hotter foods or a gourmet palate. This recipe is now officially 60 years old and just as comforting and filling as it was when I was a child. And lastly, 60 years ago, this type of meal was called "Dining-in-a-Dish". :)

    Recipe #394049

    This is a great side dish for fajitas, pork loin or ribs, or grilled chicken. Originally from a friend in Boulder, CO. who, by the way, is a terrific cook! This has become a family favorite and is a wonderful blend of flavors!

    Recipe #56174

    Use this rice with Rendang or chicken curry. This is for an electric rice cooker.

    Recipe #381826

    Very tasty so much better than plain rice

    Recipe #377987

    This is the BEST recipe for Jambalaya, directly from OLD NEW ORLEANS!

    Recipe #138849

    A rice dish that makes its own gravy.

    Recipe #362795

    A good dish to serve as a side on a holiday or everyday occasion.

    Recipe #362812

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