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Old 01-20-2008, 09:20 PM   #11
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I always use stock or broth when I make my rice. I also keep a box of orzo on hand to mix with the rice...when I remember I even brown it first but in the rush to get dinner on the table I often forget!!

Chicken stock makes a big difference in flavor.

Next time, try it with beef stock. It makes a great side for beef or lamb.
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Chicken stock makes a big difference in flavor.

Next time, try it with beef stock. It makes a great side for beef or lamb.
I have used beef stock when doing beef dishes....it is my favorite!!
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I use chicken stock too. Costco had a wonderful deal on "all natural" 6 packs of it!
It is good in (gasp) water for boxed macaroni and cheese too. (I add dried minced
garlic and onion flakes to both sometimes, too.)
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