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Good side dish!! Flavor and texture meshed well with my entree - flounder meuniere. Also, first time I had baked my rice - provided great lightness to the dish. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

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Cristina Barry February 19, 2011

Outstanding! Blended in perfectly with the chicken fajitas and ranch beans we had for dinner. Thanks for a keeper!

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Mareesme November 27, 2007

I loved it!!! My oven was in use, so after sauteing, I put it in my rice cooker. I think I used about 1-1/2 cups stock. Next time I might add some ginger too! For ZWTIII.

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Charmie777 May 28, 2007

Great Rice! I doubled the jalapeno and it was delicious! I used Brown Chicken Stock (56806) and served it with some Cuban steaks! Thanks for another winner Paula!

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NcMysteryShopper February 16, 2006

This is a very good, versatile rice dish. I expected it to be spicy but it was surprisingly mild. It would go very well with any type of cuisine. Thanks PaulaG!

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MommyMakes February 08, 2006

Incredibly easy and tasty rice, I uncovered it in the oven for the last 5 minutes or so to crisp it up a bit - yummy!

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currybunny October 04, 2005

Nice change of pace. I used a very small jalapeno as I was a bit worried that it would over power the other flavors. Next time I will use a larger one! I added a bit more butter after baking (personal preference).

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iris5555 October 01, 2005

We really enjoyed this rice dish. I changed the procedure slightly and used my rice cooker. It was just fine.

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justcallmejulie April 25, 2005

No need to eat boring rice again when you can prepare this little jewel. Very nicely seasoned! I used "Thai rice" as that is what I had on hand and found that after 20 minutes I still had lots of liquid so I upped the oven temp to 400° and after just another 10-15 minutes the rice was perfectly cooked (the difference could well be the type of rice used?). Anyway, I'll be doing this one again. Thanks for posting!

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FlemishMinx March 10, 2005
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