Best Ways to Spice up white rice

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A hint of salt and garlic

Here’s something that will make your mouth water. Add some butter, parmesan cheese, peas, cinnamon, and brown sugar. These are easy stir-ins. Also, put some toasted sesame seeds into your plain white rice for added flavor. Don’t forget to add a hint of salt and some onion and garlic. It will immediately turn into something entirely different. A great family time at the dinner table is guaranteed.

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Written by Martha Patel
2 months ago
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Can't go wrong with veggies

If you’re like me and enjoy a little ethnic flair then here’s something you should definitely try out. It’s equal parts healthy and flavorful. And doesn’t even involve many ingredients. Add some salt, onion, garlic, tomato sauce to your plain rice. Let that soak in before you put in some vegetable or chicken. You can also add frozen mixed vegetables with rice. This is such a healthy alternative and adds so much nutrient value to your daily diet. 

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Written by Audrey Benson
2 months ago
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Fry them

I like to throw in all the veggies that I can find lying around the house, that go well with a flavorful rice recipe. Most commonly, I use cauliflower, green peas, green chili (use only if tolerable for you), bell peppers, and green onions. You may also want to judge how many or how much of these vegetables you add based on the quantity of the rice. I aim for 20% veggies, 80% rice.

Then, add some oil in a pan, and add garlic paste and asafetida, then the veggies. I also add cumin seeds, curry leaves, and dried chilies (I LOVE spicy food). Sauté them and add plain rice. Add chili powder (yes, I know!), turmeric (only a tad), and some coriander powder. Stir well until fried adequately. Garnish with coriander leaves, and serve. 

Fry them

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Written by Opal Medina
1 month ago
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If you don't mind some meat

If you’re craving something meaty then you should definitely try out the crockpot recipe. It is a Jambalaya recipe that involves a lot of meat. You can pick the meat type and form. Whether you want to prepare a costly or cheap dish, the choice is yours. Put all the ingredients together and cook the rice in a crockpot for about five hours. Indulge in a wholesome meal afterward. 

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Written by Wendy Pate
2 months ago
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Toast them before boiling

Toast your rice prior to boiling them. Use olive oil or butter to toast dry rice grains, and then add water. This will bring the flavor out, and also add a hint of nuttiness to the final recipe. Make sure you don’t toast too much, though. That will do more harm than good.

Toast them before boiling

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Written by Lon Washington
1 month ago

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