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This was excellent. It is easy to use too much soy, so I measured out a tablespoon. & was liberal with the mushroom allotment. I served this with #258852. it was a perfect combination.
I love mushrooms, and this was the perfect recipe for a mushroom lover! I made this exactly as posted, using cremini, oyster, and shitake mushrooms. I added some low-sodium soy sauce first, then added salt in tiny increments until it was seasoned to my liking. Very easy to make and very delicious. Made for Culinary Quest 2014.
I've been making this for years and everyone in my family, even my mushroom-hating husband, loves it. I use a mix of button mushrooms and others (shitake, crimimi, oyster, etc.) Also, rather than bothering with regular soy sauce, I use Bragg's Aminos to make it healthier. I leave out the green onions as I find that they do not enhance the flavor.
Excellent rice! I used shiitake, portobello and cremini. Went very well with a pork tenderloin. I cooked my rice in chicken broth for extra flavor. This is easy and quick. Made for Spring 2010 PAC.
Yummy! DH and I both enjoyed this dish with baked pork chops. Quick and easy to put together. I think the same amount of chopped yellow onion would work equally well in this dish. Next time I may add some cooked chicken or fresh tofu and make it a complete meal. Thanks Lor! Made for KK's Recipe Tag.
Lauralie this was sooo good. Your recipes never disappoint girl. My picky dh was over the moon. He absolutely loved the flavors and textures in this rice. It was quick and easy to make with great results. I used cremi & lobster muchrooms. What a treat. I can't wait to have this again. Thank you so much for sharing your lovely recipe. Into my keeper box this goes :)
Brown rice is our favorite, so we used that instead of the white. Also I used low sodium soy sauce. Great rice! Tony
Tried this last night. It was great!! It's on my favorites list