Near East Rice Pilaf Mix Wild Mushroom and Herb Description
Near East Wild Mushroom & Herb Rice Pilaf Mix
Made with 100% natural, certified Kosher ingredients, including long grain rice, orzo made from wheat flour, mushrooms and sesame oil
Five grams of protein and zero grams of trans fat per serving
Pack of 12 6.3-ounce boxes of uniquely spiced blend of rice and orzo
This dish blends long grain white rice and toasted orzo pasta with rich wild mushrooms, roasted garlic, onion and thyme.
Whether it's a busy weeknight or a special occasion, rice pilafs are a perfect complement to any meal. Pilaf is typically a blend of rice, spices and orzo pasta. Pilafs can also have ingredients added such as other grains, nuts, fruits, vegetables, meat or seafood -- the variations are as endless as your creativity! Each Near East® Pilaf comes with a separate packet containing a unique blend of herbs, spices and other special ingredients to create an authentic flavor from around the world!
Range Top: 1. In medium saucepan, bring 1-3/4 cups water and 1 tablespoon butter or olive oil just to a boil. 2. Stir in rice and contents of Spice Sack. Return to boil. 3. Cover; Reduce heat to Low. Simmer 18 to 20 minutes or until most of water is absorbed. 4. Fluff Pilaf lightly with fork before serving. Makes 3 cups. Microwave: 1. In round 2- quart microwaveable glass casserole, combine rice, contents of Spice Sack, 2-1/4 cups water and 1 tablespoon butter or olive oil. 2. Microwave uncovered, at High 18 to 21 minutes or until most of water is absorbed (Microwave ovens may vary, adjust times as needed). 3. Let stand about 5 minutes or until all water is absorbed. 4. Fluff Pilaf lightly with fork before serving.
Low Fat: Follow package directions, except omit olive oil or butter and add 3 tablespoons water.
High Altitude Preparation: At high altitudes, increase water to 3 cups and cook time to 33 to 35 minutes.
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