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101 Things To Do With Rice - cover

101 Things To Do With Rice

Donna Kelly, Stephanie Ashcraft

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

From the authors of 101 Things to Do With Cake Mix and 101 Things to Do With Canned Soup, 101 tasty yet simple ways to serve rice. Whether steamed, baked, fried or rolled, rice is the most widely consumed staple food worldwide with many varieties that vary by region. 101 Things To Do With Rice offers recipes using both long and short grain, wild, risotto, brown, Basmati and more. With so many different varieties and even more ways to serve it, you can enjoy rice for lunch, dinner and dessert. Be sure to try delicious dishes like New Orleans Jambalaya, Lemon Artichoke Rice Soup, Cowboy Rice, Dessert Sushi Rolls and many more!
Available since: 07/07/2015.
Print length: 128 pages.

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