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Delicious! My husband loved it and it was gone in one meal! One thing I did different was use brown rice and cooked for about an hour. I had to add more water and the rice was still a little too chewy, but that was my own fault. Never the less it tasted very good.

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countryrissa July 13, 2009

Good recipe.Thank you.

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blacksky_ms April 28, 2010

Very good. I doubled the recipe. Followed exactly-Using all organic ingredients. Good stuff! Kids ate it up...

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grishamk July 06, 2009

Made with whole wheat rice and thin spaghetti and it still turned out great! We had with baked chicken, and broccoli with cheese sauce. It made a yummy dinner! Tony

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tonythurston51 January 17, 2009

I am so glad I found this recipe! I'm going to be using it a lot! It is a quick and tasty side dish. I make 1/2 a recipe for the 2 of us. I don't buy chicken gravy mix, so I use beef, chicken, or vegetable broth instead of water. The better the broth, the better the rice-a-roni! (I usually use jasmine rice and orzo pasta. Simmer time is 20-25 minutes, sometimes adding extra liquid.)

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J-Lynn October 16, 2008

This is a very good home-made version of rice -a-roni. I used angel hair pasta broken into pcs. I didn't have any chicken gravy mix so I used "better than bouillon chicken". I made 2 batches and it served 7 people with no leftovers. I made this to go with Easy Glazed Grilled Salmon.

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Lavender Lynn July 20, 2008
Rice and Vermicelli (Rice-A-Roni)