9 Reviews

it is the best rice i hahe so far

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cissa90 July 23, 2013

Really good. I made it with slivered almonds instead of pine nuts and it was delicious.

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Kim~In~Canada July 09, 2012

For wedding only the best! This is a great keeper Ummi!
I think my children will ask more again!
For sure a keeper!

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awalde November 07, 2011

This is very good rice!! DH loves white rice and I can only eat so much steamed white rice; the pine nuts and stock (I used chicken) gives it a much better flavor. Can't wait to try it with beef stock! Made for Make My Recipe in the AUS/NZ forum.

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AZPARZYCH January 05, 2011

Lovely basic recipe here with the option for so many variations. I really liked the flavour of the chicken stock and pine nuts together. Next time I'll try adding some italian seasoning. Thanks UmmBinat!

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Shuzbud March 14, 2010

I cut the recipe down to 1 1/2 servings, about a third of the posted ingredients. It worked great for 2 servings. I caramelized some shallots before adding the pine nuts and rice. DH said "Wow this sure is good"! It's a keeper. It's easy to prepare and the flavor is awesome. I love the pine nuts because they add just a bite to the overall dish. I also love the use of the paper towel. What a nice idea. I served it with Soy Glazed Salmon Kabobs and some steamed broccoli. Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas February 13, 2010

This was a tasty and easy side - I cooked the pine nuts and rice in a skillet, scrapped it into my rice cooker and then used chicken broth. i would probably add some onion and some herbs next time - this is a good basic recipe that is easy to vary.

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duonyte September 13, 2009

Delicious! I used brown Basmati rice, which is a bit chewier, but the grains still separate nicely. I wanted a rice dish that had more flavor to it than plain white rice, but wouldn't detract from my meat dish. This is it! Easy recipe and the broth and pine nuts were just the right touch to go with the satays. Made for Ramadan 2009 tag.

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Outta Here August 30, 2009

Followed this recipe exactly. Used basmati rice which I felt made the dish. Next time I would add some minced garlic and maybe shredded onion for a little more flavor. I served this with Soy Glazed Salmon Kabobs#254959. Thank you. Made for Spring PAC 09.

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mama smurf April 28, 2009
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