Rice o'brien #2

Yield: 4 Servings

Measure Ingredient
1 cup Regular milled white rice
2 cups Water; flavored with:
3 Bouillon cubes -and-
1 teaspoon Salt
¼ cup Butter or margarine
½ cup Sliced green onions
½ cup Diced green pepper
3 tablespoons Diced pimento
½ cup Sliced pitted ripe olives



submitted by: rayna@...

Cheers from Rayna from New Zealand! Here's one of my favorite rice dishes - I've had great success with this one for years! Easy to make and always a big hit. An excellent way to cook rice. It's one that never goes wrong.

Cook one cup of regular milled white rice in two cups of water, flavored with 3 chicken bouillon cubes and 1 tsp of salt. Heat ¼ cup butter or margarine in a skillet.

Add the cooked rice, ½ cup sliced green onions, and a ½ cup diced green pepper. Saute until vegetables are tender crisp.

Fork toss with 3 Tbsps of diced pimento and ½ cup sliced pitted ripe olives. I like to use black olives. Attractive presentation and very colorful with saffron colored rice, GREEN pepper, BLACK olives and RED pimento. Makes 6 servings. I also use a few more black olives than what the recipe calls for, but do it to your taste.

NOTE; When using a rice other than regular milled rice, follow the directions on the package using chicken broth instead of water, or by using 3 bouillon cubes as stated in the recipe.




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