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    Taken from "The Essential Rice Cookbook." Easy to prepare and very tasty. Can also be adapted to use shrimp, scallops, squid, alligator, catfish, tilapia, chicken, pork, rattlesnake... any mild-flavored meat.

    Recipe #382201

    1 Reviews |  By Da Huz

    From "The Essential Rice Cookbook." This is a hearty meal that could also be used as a side. I have tried substituting pork instead of beef, but it really needs the deep flavor of red meat. Also, it isn't very spicy, so you may want to add more spice. Serve with sour cream and warm flour tortillas, or just eat it from a bowl.

    Recipe #382042

    A yummy way to get lots of veggies! Omit the bacon if desired. The recipe (minus the bacon) is from Cooking the Dutch Oven Way by W Woodruff. I have adapted the recipe to an oven-proof casserole dish.

    Recipe #363946

    1 Reviews |  By Da Huz

    Very easy to make. Simple but pungent flavor. 2-3 tbsp of prepared mustard (the kind in the bottle) can be used in place of mustard seed, but I haven't played with the ratio so you might need to experiment. This chicken would be tasty with steamed rice and peas. Recipe is from "Irish Kitchen" by Lennon and Campbell

    Recipe #354958

    Simple and easy to make. Adapted from "4 Ingredient Cookbook" by J Farrow

    Recipe #354616

    1 Reviews |  By Da Huz

    Adapted from a recipe in The Essential Rice Cookbook. Nice flavor, good Indian food for people who don't like curry (although I don't know why one would dislike curry). Meat was extremely tender and juicy. PS: if you're one of those like me who doesn't like to measure, go easy on the lemon juice so that you don't overpower the saffron.

    Recipe #353160

    Traditional Irish soup.

    Recipe #351372

    Traditional Irish and Scottish dish. From "The Irish Kitchen" by B. W. Lennon and G. Campbell

    Recipe #351331

    5 Reviews |  By Da Huz

    Light, subtle flavor. From "Seasonal Food" by Susannah Blake. Try to find sun-dried tomatoes that are not packed in oil, or dry your own tomatoes.

    Recipe #349464

    1 Reviews |  By Da Huz

    North African flavored rice cooked with chicken. From The Essential Rice Cookbook. You will need a casserole dish that can be used on the stove top as well as in the oven. A dutch oven works perfectly. A large, deep cast iron or cast aluminum skillet would also work provided it is entirely metal (no plastic handles) and you have a lid (again, no plastic). If you do not have stove-top safe casserole dish, you may use a frying pan for steps 3-6. In step 6, omit the chicken. In step 7, transfer to a large kettle. In step 8, transfer to a regular casserole dish, place the chicken on top of the rice, then proceed as directed.

    Recipe #344367

    Bold flavor, creamy texture, filling. Block cheese is preferred, but pre-shredded will work. Fresh parmesan may be substituted for pecorino. Do NOT use the stuff that comes in a cardboard or plastic shaker! Adapted from The Essential Rice Cookbook published by Borders Group Inc., 2005.

    Recipe #318543

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