What a fantastic way to serve rice! I used chopped parsley for the herb. I cooked my rice in a rice cooker, then melted the butter in a saucepan, added the other ingredients, and stirred in the rice. This was delicious on its own and would complement and not overpower anything you served it with. Enjoyed ours with baked fish for a great meal - thanks for sharing the recipe!
I really loved the flavor in this recipe. I am rice - cooking - challenged, so i just made the rice and stirred in all the flavorings. I used brown rice and it was super delicious.
The texture of the rice was perfect with this method of cooking. But DH found there was not enough taste of lemon or lime. So next time I'll add more. Maybe some chopped garlic in it would be a nice addition. Thanks NorthwestGal :) Made for PAC Spring 2013
What a great flavor! We really enjoyed this rice dish. It is packed full of goodness with just a few ingredients. I prepared mine with cilantro for the chopped fresh herb's. I served it with Honey-Dijon Chicken and Broccoli Dijon. Thanks for posting. :)
I loved the flavors of this rice the lemon and lime were both distinct. I added a little extra butter and salt at the end. The only herb I added was fresh parsley so as not to conflict with Spanish Garlic Chicken , which I served it with. I was greatly disappointed in the cooking method, I followed it exactly and my rice was way too firm, so I added extra water and turned it on low, which of course gave me gummy rice. Next time I will use the standard method of cooking rice and add the extras when it's done. Thanks NW Gal , this ones a keeper. Made by one of the Cooks With Dirty Faces for ZWT 5
Citrus lovers' heaven! Love citrus flavours and the combination of lime and lemon was great in this simple rice dish. Given a free choice of what herbs I used, I added oregano, rosemary, sage and thyme. Thank you, NorthwestGal, for sharing this yummy recipe, and to earlier reviewers for the advice about adding a little more liquid and perhaps cooking the rice for a little longer. I did both. We greatly enjoyed this with ~Rita~'s Herb Mushrooms. This is a rice dish that would be would be a great complement to grilled or BBQd meat dishes. Made for ZWT 5.
Made for ZWT 5 - I had a glut of limes given to me by a friend so this recipe was a perfect start to using them. My herbs came from my own garden and I used a combination of chives, oregano and a little coriander .I used whole grain rice and this side dish had wonderful, piquant flavours and everyone loved it.
I chose to try this recipe b/c it seemed so simple, and it was; however, I too thought it turned out more al dente; i.e., little too crunchy which doesn't make for a satisfying rice texture. That being said, it was fresh and light; I used it as a side w/ an incredible salmon recipe -- I'd just change the cooking time.
I liked the flavors of this very much, but mine turned out a little too al dente. I will try it again and add a little more liquid or leave on burner longer. I have to admit I was skeptical about equal amounts of liquid and rice, since I have always done the 2 to 1 ratio. The rice turned out not gummy like mine sometimes does, so I will be trying this again, only cooked just a tad more. I used cilantro.
This recipe would be great prepared as directed, I know, 'cause although I did it up a little differently this 1st time around, IT WAS GREAT, & the next time I make it I plan to prepare it as is! The 1st time, though, I did use brown rice & then, just before serving, I added about a cup of steamed peas & a cup of broken snow peas! I particularly enjoyed the use of the lemon & lime flavors here! Many thanks for a keeper of a recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in the current Pick-A-Chef]