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Old 04-10-2016, 12:16 PM   #1
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Rice question

I have always just put soy sauce on my rice, anyone have any other suggestions?

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Is this for Asian food, or any food? I put all kinds of things in rice.

- Last week, I made rice pilaf by sautéing onion and garlic in butter and oil. Then I added rice and toasted it for a few minutes, then added Penzeys Mural of Flavor seasoning and chicken stock and cooked till done.
- A couple days later, I warmed up the leftover rice and added sumac, za'atar, golden raisins and toasted pine nuts.
- Quick Mexican rice: Sauté onion and garlic in oil, add 1 cup rice and toast for a few minutes, add 1 1/2 cups chicken stock and 1/2 cup salsa. Cook till done.

Add a teaspoon or two of any seasoning mix you're using in the main dish.
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any food
Furikake ?????????
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Furikake is rice seasoning you simply sprinkle on steamed rice or other Asian dishes. I assume you're looking for something as simple as that since you mentioned soy sauce?
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I have always just put soy sauce on my rice, anyone have any other suggestions?
Sure, jambalaya! Chicken and yellow rice. Mirin, rice vinegar and sugar for sushi rice. I know folks that just put butter on rice.
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Thanks everyone, some great ideas.
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Rice question

I love pineapple fried rice. I use fish sauce and soy sauce in it. A few cashews or other nuts add a nice crunch.

When I was in college, I would make what my roommates called "yummy rice". It was just Minute Rice made with Velveeta. They loved it. (Hey, we were poor!)
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Besides steamed rice I sprinkle Furikake on plain pasta as well. Nothing else on the pasta except Furikake. I usually keep about a half a dozen different varieties of this stuff in the pantry, my favorite being the wasabi furikake. Rock!
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