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OMG, this was fantastic! The dried fruit (I used dates and cranberries) really added a unique flavor. My wrestler son, who watches his food intake and usually eats half his dinner, had seconds! My husband, to whom tofu is a 4 letter word,even agreed with my suggestion that next time I add tofu and serve as a whole meal. My only problem was that my rice needed more water and cooking time than specified in the recipe.

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topdog ollie October 18, 2011

Really enjoyed this delicious rice dish. The package of dried fruit I used contained dried prunes, apricots, dates and apples. I served this dish along side a wine-braised chicken dish and both complimented each other very well. Made for PAC, 2011.

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Nancy's Pantry March 24, 2011

What a delicious recipe! Loved, loved this colorful rice dish! I used Penzey's sweet curry powder so it wasn't at all hot. The dried fruit & nuts and pretty presentation makes this a company worthy side dish. I served with baked salmon and green peas, but I think it could be paired with almost anything. It's that good! I didn't have the dried apricots on hand this time so used 1/2 cup each of chopped dates, dried cranberries, and golden raisins. I omitted the 1/2 teaspoon of salt as I always try to reduce the sodium level in our diet. I think the dry mix would be a lovely hostess gift and I've saved the recipe in my "Best of...." cookbook. Thank you for sharing the recipe! Discovered during Pick A Chef Spring 2011. :-)

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Susie D February 22, 2011
Savory Curried Rice With Dried Fruit