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This is a versatile keeper! This is a great mild recipe that easily lends itself to any number of extra seasonings as winkki suggests. I used chicken broth as half the liquid and the parsley perks the presentation up considerably. I was a bit concerned about using only 2 1/2 cups of liquid with 2 cups of grains, but it was fine.
So great and so easy! I used thin spaghetti on this and it was fantastic.
It's a keeper! I love the taste of the fried vermicelli and my DH is crazy about it. Even my picky husband likes it.
wow this was really good and so easy to make! Thanks for sharing this great dish! I added a little garlic and parsley just for funsies and I think it really enhanced the flavor. This is a keeper for us!
Very interesting combination but very delicious. I was afraid that my family wouldn't like it but it went over very well. I have enough left over for a second meal so I hope it reheats well!
simple and delicious!
Finally, I found a recipe like my MIL's. I did not get the chance to learn how to make it from her before she passed away, but this recipe is just like it. Thanks! My daughter's eat this up. I make it a minimum of once a week and sometimes twice.
What a great recipe winkki!! I used Orzo as my pasta/noodle choice per your request and the Armenian Rice and Noodles looked absolutely tempting!! It looked like herbed rice with almonds! I used Garlic Butter in place of the regular butter, Jasmine rice, added a 1/4 cup Lemon Juice (also per your request), 2 teaspoons Crushed Garlic, 2 teaspoons of freshly snipped Dill and a couple of pinches of parsley. This dish was very delicious and a perfect compliment to the Baked Salmon (Baked Salmon #69897) I served with it. Thanks winkki for your creative suggestions and a great recipe!!
I used mostly chicken broth for the liquid in this recipe, and was happy with the extra flavor boost it gave the noodles and rice. I also used broken angel hair pasta instead of fine egg noodles, as this was what I had on hand. In the future, I would add finely diced onion with butter while sauteeing the noodles prior to simmering. I think that other seasonings to coordinate with the meal would be good, too.