Rice Stew for Shabbos (Shabbat) Lunch

Found this on a message board posted by an Orthodox Jewish woman. The long cooking time is due to the fact that we do not cook on Shabbat and therefore, if we want hot food on Shabbat day (Saturday), we put it up on Friday b4 sundown... There is a note on the recipe that says that long grain rice bursts and becomes too mushy...The ingredient list won't let me suggest flanken as an alternative meat :( it should read 1 lb boneless chuck or flanken...

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24hrs 10mins
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directions

  • Place rice in a crockpot.
  • Add consume, onion soup mix, soy sauce and garlic.
  • Add water and give it a little stir
  • Add the meat.
  • Cover and cook on high for 1 hour then switch setting to low and cook until needed -- .
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"Found this on a message board posted by an Orthodox Jewish woman. The long cooking time is due to the fact that we do not cook on Shabbat and therefore, if we want hot food on Shabbat day (Saturday), we put it up on Friday b4 sundown... There is a note on the recipe that says that long grain rice bursts and becomes too mushy...The ingredient list won't let me suggest flanken as an alternative meat :( it should read 1 lb boneless chuck or flanken..."
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  1. Ilysse
    Found this on a message board posted by an Orthodox Jewish woman. The long cooking time is due to the fact that we do not cook on Shabbat and therefore, if we want hot food on Shabbat day (Saturday), we put it up on Friday b4 sundown... There is a note on the recipe that says that long grain rice bursts and becomes too mushy...The ingredient list won't let me suggest flanken as an alternative meat :( it should read 1 lb boneless chuck or flanken...
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