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Good easy recipe, came out great. I also added turmeric, garlic, and basil, as well as a can of fire roasted tomatoes. Also I noticed the macros aren't right for fat content, stating 11mg of fat coming from 2 cups of brown rice.?

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Epic01 November 14, 2011

I love this and always keep coming back to it. Thank you!

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lightbrownbear October 05, 2013

This was a great no hassle recipe. I was looking for a quick one dish chicken meal with rice and no dairy products. I didn't have brown rice so I used white; no onion soup mix I put soy sauce oregano and paprika; I put 2 cups white wine and 2 cups water and skipped the green pepper. The results were excellent with the rice coming out like a pilau with the mushrooms and onion - great! It did miss the onion soup mix a bit - next time I'll try to substitute curry powder - I think the results will be awesome. Thanks for posting!

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dsavir July 22, 2008

I was looking for a recipe for a baked chicken and rice using BROWN rice. It was a gamble being the first to review this. Here is what I did. I sauteed the onion in fresh chopped garlic, and browned the boneless/skinless chicken breasts and thighs. Combined the rice, chicken stock, onion, salt, pepper, paprika, and parsley and 2 tbs soy (I din't have the onion soup mix) - placed the rice mix in a greased casserole topped with the chicken, covered and baked for a little over 1 hour. The rice texture was okay. I will play around with this recipe! Thanks for posting.

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pixiesmom November 06, 2007
Chicken & Brown Rice Casserole