4 Reviews

Yummm, this is different and delicious. I used brown rice, golden raisins, pistachio's (no peanuts right now), light mayo, Splenda for the honey and Ras El Hanout in place of the curry ( because that is in the house right now, lol). What a treat. It was smooth in places and crunchy in other places while being sweetly spiced all at the same time! I wish it was summer and I'd had the melon to put it in. BK this is terrific!

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Annacia October 31, 2008

I served this with dinner...DH said what is this @#%? (stuff.) I told him to just eat it as a dessert. He loved it! His plate was licked clean. This has a nice sweet taste with just a slight touch of heat to it. I did use up my pecan bits because I didn't have peanuts. I tagged this because I had some leftover rice to use up. I'm glad I did. Thanks for posting.

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teresas August 09, 2008

I thought this sounded a little strange even for my varied tastes but it turned out so yummy! I followed the directions exactly except I doubled the curry powder. It could be a side dish or a dessert. I would say it makes more than 2 servings...more like 4-6. Thank you for the wonderful recipe Baby Kato! Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders.

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Engrossed January 15, 2007

Oh gosh this is really different but so good! Such a great combo of flavors here, I omitted the dried chives and increased the curry. I made it early in the morning to serve later, it needs time to blend the flavors. Thanks for sharing this great recipe hon!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz August 15, 2006
Rice Salad Surprise