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Old 04-17-2011, 02:57 PM   #11
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What is "Mexican White Rice"?
Hi Patty, its a recipe I make for the kids and for me I'm not into rice that's sloppy with things. This is my favorite way to make it. I just saute a chopped onion and garlic in butter add my rice and chicken broth. Let the rice go til done and serve with additional butter. It's so easy and tastes wonderful.
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Yum, kades. I think that'll be one of tonight's sides for us. Glenn loves all the ingredients. I could even do it ahead and just warm it.
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Old 04-17-2011, 03:03 PM   #13
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Hi Patty, its a recipe I make for the kids and for me I'm not into rice that's sloppy with things. This is my favorite way to make it. I just saute a chopped onion and garlic in butter add my rice and chicken broth. Let the rice go til done and serve with additional butter. It's so easy and tastes wonderful.
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Thanks. I googled it after I asked. I found MANY different recipes.
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Old 04-17-2011, 03:09 PM   #14
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Thanks. I googled it after I asked. I found MANY different recipes.
To be honest I've never looked for a recipe that is like this one. It's so darn easy and tastes so good that I've never bothered. Glad you mentioned it. I can now go and hunt. Tahanks Patty.
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Old 04-17-2011, 03:11 PM   #15
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Yum, kades. I think that'll be one of tonight's sides for us. Glenn loves all the ingredients. I could even do it ahead and just warm it.
Good idea Katie. I've done it when there is a reasonable amount left over the next day. It's wonderful rewarmed.
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Chicken breasts "something" as I am in the mood for them and the fresh rosemary on the porch is smelling awfully good. Will probably do something with that and garlic, white wine, etc.

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I'm with you up to that point. I am doing up some Florentine....
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Taking advantage of the sunshine here in Ohio and grilling ribeye steaks with a red wine mushroom sauce, glazed carrots and herb-roasted potatoes.
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Taking advantage of the sunshine here in Ohio and grilling ribeye steaks with a red wine mushroom sauce, glazed carrots and herb-roasted potatoes.
That'll work.

I'm going to make green beans with bacon and onion with my loco moco, too. And I may even make a salad. I'm getting hungry early tonight.
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Hi Patty, its a recipe I make for the kids and for me I'm not into rice that's sloppy with things. This is my favorite way to make it. I just saute a chopped onion and garlic in butter add my rice and chicken broth. Let the rice go til done and serve with additional butter. It's so easy and tastes wonderful.
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It sounds good, but I don't see the Mexican connection.
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