Lebanese vermicelli rice (riz b sha’riyeh) is a simple three-ingredient Middle Eastern staple made with rice and vermicelli pasta. This recipe is easy to make and is so versatile that you can enjoy it as the perfect side dish with all cuisines.
This is an easy side dish for fall - and the holidays. Sautéing the rice in a bit of butter adds a certain depth of flavor.
No pressure cooker? No problem. Follow steps as outlined except cook your rice according to package directions on the stovetop. Once done, fluff and add the sun-dried tomatoes, pine nuts and spinach and serve.
Serves 4 to 6 1 1/2 cups quinoa 2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil 1/2 cup of chopped onion 2 teaspoons Madras curry powder 1 garlic clove, min...
This is almost like fried rice - but quicker. Sauté the vegetables when the rice is almost done.
We love barley - and using quick-cooking barley has this pilaf ready in no time. This is a warm salad. Or make ahead and serve chilled.
Differences to note between the U.S. and France if/when you decide to buy here (or most European countries): US: Old is 50 years; new is 5 years or less. France: Old is 300 years; new is 50 years or less. US: Central heating means (normally) forced air through ducts, which allows you to also have ... Continue reading...
Quinoa is incredibly healthy and versatile. It can be used as a simple side dish or in salads, pilafs, or a base for stir-fried or curries.
Rice Pilaf and Rice Pilaf Salad. Make enough pilaf the first day to turn the leftovers into a no-cook salad. Cook once / eat twice.
Go directly to recipe Summer! (Maybe the sun will shine here today?!?!) Salads! (We eat lots of them on warm, late summer evenings.) Cooking? (On the barbecue if possible, minimal in the kitchen.) We try to eat a bit lighter in the summer and with the abundance of fresh garden herbs and vegetables this is ... Continue reading...
The quest for delicious couscous recipes continues…. Fortunately, it’s a fun quest. Couscous is great for summer – it requires no cooking, just hot stock. Dress it up with anything that suits your fancy! Couscous Feta Pilaf Preparation and cooking time: 15 minutes Ingredients: 1/2 cup couscous 3/4 cup chicken broth 6 cherry tomatoes ... Continue reading...
Herbs are, at least for me, a crucial component of summer’s bounty. I start using fresh herbs as soon as the chives show signs of growth in the spring and don’t stop until I’ve picked the last sage leaf before frost. In my herb garden I have parsley, sage, rosemary, thyme, lemon thyme, tarragon, chives, ... Continue reading...
Barley Pilaf Barley! It's not just for soup! As a child, my favorite Campbell's soup was Beef Barley. It's only been in recent years that I've realized barley can actually be used for other things… Like Chicken Barley Soup. Um, I need to correct that last statement. When I was at university I did learn ... Continue reading...
Q: What makes a pilaf a pilaf? A: In your first step, lightly saute the rice in a small amount of oil or butter. Adding a little diced onion, celery, and carrot at this point is a wonderful way to incorporate more flavor!
A fragrant basmati rice pilaf with almonds and a touch of cinnamon and cumin. It is a perfect side dish for any meal.
Quinoa-Cranberry Pilaf is filled with good-for-you ingredients of fresh fennel, kale, onion, cranberries and pecans mixed with the fluffy quinoa.
Our recipe for sprouted brown rice pilaf is delicious. It is fluffy, aromatic and full of flavor.
A wild rice pilaf loaded with vegetables and mushrooms and full of flavor. Wild Rice Pilaf with Mushrooms
This savory Einkorn Breakfast Pilaf with Poached Egg is both delicious and satisfying. It is a great breakfast to add to your repertoire.
WOW! What a crazy few weeks it has been all over the world! Coronavirus has put a halt in everyone's life. Quarantine is the best way to fight this and I urge e