Rice Recipes

 
 

Yellow Rice Recipe

March 21, 2016 2 Comments
Yellow Rice Recipe

How to Make Yellow Rice at Home Yellow rice is exactly what it sounds like – rice that has a yellow color. It is a traditional rice used in Afghan, Caribbean, Cuban, Indonesian and Spanish cuisines. What kind of rice you use and the ingredients used to give it a yellow color depends on where […]

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Valencia Paella Recipe

February 10, 2016 0 Comments
Valencia Paella Recipe

Aunt Judy is really my wife’s sister but we’ve been calling her Aunt Judy to our kids for as long as I can remember so it has become an affectionate nickname in our home.  Judy is an incredible cook who loves to learn everything she can about cuisine around the globe. She and her husband […]

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Barley Risotto Recipe

July 22, 2015 0 Comments
Barley Risotto Recipe

A Simple Barley Risotto with Tomatoes and Basil When you think of risotto, you more than likely think of an Italian dish prepared with Arborio rice, a high-starch, short grain white rice popular when making this dish. Because arborio rice easily absorbs liquids and release its starches, you end up with a creamy dish flavored […]

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Simple Shrimp Risotto Recipe

January 4, 2014 6 Comments
Simple Shrimp Risotto Recipe

When we need a quick and delicious meal, shrimp risotto to the rescue! Do you have nights where you haven’t planned anything for dinner but want to put a great meal on the table that everyone including the kids will enjoy? In our house, that means shrimp risotto. I already have a recipe for shrimp […]

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Chickpea Curry Recipe

June 17, 2013 0 Comments
Chickpea Curry Recipe

Or Curried Garbanzo Beans Recipe This is a very simple dish to prepare and great as a main dish if you add a protein but also works as a side dish. It’s really another version of rice and beans, a dish found in just about every culture. Chickpeas, also called garbanzo beans are rich in […]

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Shrimp Risotto Recipe

January 7, 2013 9 Comments
Shrimp Risotto Recipe

“Simple Shrimp Risotto but Delicious” Here’s A Rich & Delicious Recipe for Shrimp Risotto This recipe comes from a Forbes-August 11, 1997 article called And Don’t Forget the Saffron. Michael Lomonaco, one time executive chef for the World Trade Center restaurant, taught it to the author of the article, Daniel Roth.  Chef Lomonaco explains in […]

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Whats On Hand Risotto

December 11, 2012 2 Comments
Whats On Hand Risotto

What Do I Make With Leftover Chicken? How About Chicken Risotto? You could call this recipe What’s On Hand, Quick & Easy, or Clean Out The Fridge risotto but in the end you’ll be calling it delicious. What do I love about risotto? Great when you can’t think of what to cook tonight and need […]

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Asparagus Risotto Recipe

October 17, 2012 0 Comments
Asparagus Risotto Recipe

Risotto with Asparagus What inspired me to make the Asparagus Risotto is a wonderful little book by Chef Robert Reynolds called An Excuse to Be Together. It’s not really a cookbook like we think of, although it has numerous incredible recipes, but more of a dialogue with the reader about Chef Reynolds experiences in France […]

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Risotto Milanese Recipe

September 16, 2012 3 Comments
Risotto Milanese Recipe

Risotto Milanese Recipe Often I am asked by friends to teach them how to make Risotto because they think it’s difficult to prepare and because of the mystique created by restaurants. It’s never on the menu but always there as a “Special”. And then we are told by the waiter to be prepared for a […]

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Basic Mushroom Risotto

September 9, 2012 2 Comments
Basic Mushroom Risotto

How to Make a Basic Mushroom Risotto Preparing a basic mushroom risotto doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice flavor. No, this is how I would prepare it during the week and use button mushrooms or whatever I had on hand. If I want to step this dish up to something more “special”, I would look […]

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