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Long Weekend Cooking with Two Rice RecipesLong Weekend Cooking with Two Rice Recipes

Excited with long weekend?

Surely, having long weekend sounds fun and exciting for most people, especially if your schedule has been pretty hectic lately and all you wanted was to relax and simply have quality time for yourself or with your loved ones.

Of course, there is that idea of spending more time with your family and enjoying various activities. It could also mean inviting friends over for a lunch get-together or small dinner party.

But the thought of it could also be stressful and exhausting, right?

The very tough question is – what sort of foods to prepare? You want something that is easy and simple to prepare but would impress your family or guests.

The answer to that?

Try these two rice recipes: Rice Stuffed Crown of Lamb ; and Curry Chicken and Rice Casserole, as you complete your table setting.

These recipes are perfect for serving during holidays and are attractive and enticing dishes. They are simple to prepare, yet very satisfying and pleasantly filling.

Cooking Instructions:

Rice Recipe 1: Curry Chicken and Rice Casserole
For this recipe, you will need the following ingredients: minced onion (2 cups); curry paste; leafy green (such as chopped Swiss chard); dried apricots; chicken broth; rice (short or long grain brown rice); and chopped natural almonds. For measurement, cooking instructions, and nutrition information, visit our Rice Recipe Section >> .

Rice Recipe 2: Rice Stuffed Crown of Lamb
The three main ingredients here are of course, rice (long grain white rice), lamb (crown of lamb, made from two 8-rib racks), and sauce. This roast recipe creates like two dishes in one, and complete serving with a green salad. For cooking instructions, list of ingredients and nutrition information, visit our Rice Recipe Section >>

So, what are you waiting for? Start enjoying a royal feast-like celebration this weekend with your family and guests!


Credits:
USA Rice
Riceinfo.com

 

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