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I made this one night last week as a quick side dish. Dh took one bite and said it was not good. I tried it, and found it to be a bit flavorless (except for the green onion). Sorry!
What a lovely rice dish this is. Browning the rice a bit certainly adds to the flavor, I used Jasmine. I followed the recipe with no additions or subtractions and it turned out perfectly. 4 people ate the full recipe! It has to be good.
This rice was wonderful. Even though you'd think the amount of green onions would be overpowering, it's not...same with the parsley. I didn't add the bay leaf because I am not fond of them. I'm low on burner space right now, so I did this in the oven. I preheated to 400 degrees and using an oven-safe dutch oven, I sauteed everything added the rice and the stock and covered it. Into the oven for 15 minutes or so and then 10 minutes on the counter, no peeking. Fluffed with a fork and it was perfect. Thank you mama's kitchen!
Served tnight with Buttermilk Meatballs- very good ! Thanks Mama !
This is so yummy! It was super easy to make, with things I usually have on hand, and a very nice change from regular rice. We served it with lemon-herb rotisserie chicken. Thanks for posting!
I did try the rice and found it very-very tasty! I did not have any broth so I used plain water. Excellent! I sure going to have it often in the future. Thanks!
I knew I would love this as soon as I read the recipe. I was right! I used brown rice instead of white rice. I'm sure the white rice is even more delicious, but I try to use mostly brown rice for health reasons.
Love this! Loved the extra flavor from sautee-ing the rice and onion, love the herbs. I added some bits of fresh oregano and basil which I had on hand and a bay leaf from Greece which really added flavor--and used homemade stock. Really good and really easy.
A great rice dish! Instead of the long grain rice, I used basmati. Other than that made it as per instructions and the rice was fluffy and each wonderful individual grain was enjoyed by all. Thanks mama.
For some reason I just loved the name of this dish, loved the sound of it after I had read through the instructions, loved the fact that it was so quick and easy to make - and once it was made we all loved the dish itself! I made my Green Rice even greener, by adding a packet of well thawed and thoroughly squeeze-dried frozen spinach and a generous handful of baby spinach leaves which were due to be thrown into something I was making. I used my Vegetable Stock Vegetable Stock instead of the chicken broth and since I wasn’t adding the cayenne pepper (personal taste preference), and since there was no garlic in the recipe, I added some garlic powder and a pinch of cinnamon. A quick and delicious recipe that I’ll make again: great for a week-night stand-alone dish (and you could always add a can of salmon or some cold chicken or ham) or as a side dish, and I found it great to take to work as a dish that was easy to reheat in the microwave. Thanks for sharing!