Sage and Parmesan Rice
photo by SashasMommy
- Ready In:
- Melt butter in saucepan and stir in the sage. Turn off heat and let sit.
- In another sauce pan heat broth to boiling; add rice and lower heat.
- Simmer, covered until rice is tender, 15 to 20 minutes.
- Put rice into serving dish and toss with sage butter and Parmesan.
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This was so yummy... my husband even said over and over again how good it was, and he's a little tricky to please. I used a rice medley and cooked it in the rice maker using the amount of liquid recommended on the rice container. For the broth, I used homemade veggie broth with Better than Bouillon added... and I used 2 tbsp fresh sage from the garden.
I added one thing, but first let me tell you why. I recently started cooking "for real" a few months ago. Yesterday my 9 year old daughter would not try the rice I cooked because, "I only like Uncle Ben's rice!" <br/>So I made this recipe and I added a few drops of yellow food coloring, told her it was Uncle Ben's, and she fell for it! Of course, this recipe tastes a whole lot better than boxed seasoned rice, but what do kids know? :)
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