Very quick and easy to make. Tasty! I don't think guests would believe it was so simple. It accompanied the tilapia I grilled on my brand new George Foreman grill, so I had quite a delicious healthy meal. Will try adding nuts to the pilaf next time. I think that would add a nice flavor; however, it was very good just exactly as the recipe was printed.
I've made this recipe so often that I don't even need measure the spices anymore. My fav way to make brown rice
This was very easy and tasty. Highly recommend.
Since my husband is on a low fat low sodium diet, I cut the chicken broth in half and the other half water.Very easy to make.
As a preference I like to saute' the garlic and onion in the butter. As a little tweak when the rice is done, but before the fluff, like to add minced parsley and coarsely chopped pine nuts to the pan to let them warm/steam slightly. Use the fluff to mix the parsley and pine nuts with the rice and it's good to go. The parsley adds color and the pine nuts compliment the flavor and adds texture to the rice.
I have made this several times now and we always enjoy it. I use my own homemade chicken stock and season to our preferences. Great side for grilled chicken or salmon!
Much better than just plain old rice! I didn't add extra salt since the recipe asks for garlic salt. Also, my rice had to cook more than 5 minutes.
All you need to make ordinary brown rice a little more exciting. Better yet, all ingredients can usually be found in any kitchen cupboard. I followed this recipe exactly, using the rice box package for cooking times. It turned out well and tasted good.
The rice was still quite crunch and didn't have much flavor. DH said he was glad it at least had chicken stock and garlic...couldn't imagine how bland it would be without it. Sorry. :(
I love rice this is very easy to make and very tasty.Will do again thanks