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    I love RIcE!! Thanks for the great ideas!!
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    Thanks. Posting so I can find this again.

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    Thanks Sara!!!

    Would you guys serve this with something or just eat this as the main dish???

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    Wow! I just found this fantastic list of ways to have rice. I see several that I'm very eager to try!! Thank you for sharing these with us.

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    Thanks so much for posting this...I'm always looking for more inexpensive ways to feed my family...I can use these tips for planned overs also!


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    1) Rice pudding in less than 30 minutes!

    2 cups cooked rice
    1/2 cup sugar
    2 eggs beaten
    2 cups milk
    1/2 tsp. vanilla
    1/4 cup raisins
    1/2 tsp. cinnamon

    Mix all the ingedients in a bowl, pour into greased baking dish or pan and bake for about 25 minutes in a 350 degree oven.


    2) Shepherds Pie...instead of a layer of mashed potatoes use rice.

    3) I always add rice to soups (HM or canned)...creamy soups too like cream of mushroom or tomato which we really like!

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    We use a lot of rice at our house, due to dd's wheat problems - so these are great for variety. Thanks

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    It's been awhile since we bumped this!
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    McD thanks for ing this - awesome ideas here.

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    Saved it, I ♥ you .

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    to the poster who asked about doing the same w/ couscous or pasta, yep....all good! we do alot of these w/ whole wheat couscous as dd loves it!

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    Oooooooo....Thanks for all these ideas!
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    Wow! thanks for bumping this. Some of these sound super delicious.
    It is what it is.

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    My favorite thing to do with rice is saute it with some oil and then add an egg and stir. Once the egg is set pour onto plate. Makes the rice nice and creamy. Sometimes I will add some soy sauce. Basically a fried rice.

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    We always use brown rice and sometimes serve as dessert with almond milk, cinnamon, and a little brown sugar. For savory rice, we often mix brown rice with a can of rotel and some sauteed shrimp and top with cheese.

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