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3 - 4 cups of minute rice 1 vegetable bouillon cube a spoonful of curry 1 can of mandarin oranges 1/2 cup of coarsely chopped nuts 1 tbs olive oil or garlic oil enough water to cover the rice Heat the oil in a skillet, add the rice, stir until glassy, add the juice from the can of mandarin oranges, set the parts aside. Add the bouillon, stir some more. add the nuts and mix. add water until the rice is about 1/2 inch under water, add the curry. stir occasionally until water is absorbed or evaporated. add the mandarin oranges last. this recipe takes about 15 - 20 minutes and serves 4 people, I have made this so often, that I really had to think about the quantities, I usually eyeball it. My mother used to make this with raisins, I really like the mandarins better. Serve with chicken or fish but really this goes with just about anything!

Yellow Rice


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3 - 4 cups of minute
rice
1 vegetable
bouillon cube
a spoonful of
curry
1 can of mandarin oranges
1/2 cup of coarsely chopped
nuts
1 tbs
olive oil or garlic oil
enough water to cover the
rice

Heat the oil in a
skillet, add the rice, stir until glassy, add the juice from the can of mandarin oranges, set the parts aside.

Add the
bouillon, stir some more. add the nuts and mix. add water until the rice is about 1/2 inch under water, add the
curry. stir occasionally until water is absorbed or evaporated. add the mandarin oranges last. this recipe takes about 15 - 20 minutes and serves 4 people, I have made this so often, that I really had to think about the quantities, I usually eyeball it. My mother used to make this with raisins, I really like the mandarins better. Serve with chicken or fish but really this goes with just about anything!


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