Cashew Rice Pilaf

Cashew Rice Pilaf

"This hearty dish will add pizzazz to your plate, thanks to its beautiful blend of flavors and colors. Tina Coburn of Tucson, Arizona points out that she makes the pilaf regularly for her family, 'I often serve it as a main course with salad and bread,' she shares."
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40 m servings
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  1. In a Dutch oven, saute the long grain rice, onion, carrots and raisins in butter until onion is tender. Add the broth and onion salt; bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 20 minutes or until liquid is absorbed and rice is tender. Stir in peas, wild rice and cashews; heat through. Sprinkle with green onions if desired.

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I gave this 5 stars because I was able to "play" with it a little. I decided to try and make it in my rice cooker instead of a dutch oven. I was also missing several of the ingredients, but even...

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This was okay. Everyone picked out the raisins, as it gave it an akward flavor. It seemed to take too much effort for the outcome.

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I gave this 5 stars because I was able to "play" with it a little. I decided to try and make it in my rice cooker instead of a dutch oven. I was also missing several of the ingredients, but even...

I cheated and you can too! I melted butter in a 5 quart pot. Added onion, cashews, and finely chopped carrots. Sauteed for ~2 min on high heat. Add the remaining ingredients. I used two box...

This was okay. Everyone picked out the raisins, as it gave it an akward flavor. It seemed to take too much effort for the outcome.

Fantastic dish! Made this for a dinner party last weekend, and everyone kept taking additional helpings! Made it a head of time, and it reheated beautifully!

I cooked this rice for my husband and I tonight and we had it as our main course because we aren't eating meat right now. I tweeked it a bit using vegetable oil instead of butter, omitting the p...

I made this with some modifications and it was still very tasty! I left out the carrots and peas and used sliced almonds (toasted in a dry pan) instead. Next time I will saute the onions brief...

This recipe was not only delicious but very easy to make. I used Minute Rice and doubled up on the amount since I didn't have any wild rice and just let it cook for 5 minutes and it still turned...

I LOVE this recipe. It is amazing. I can't believe anyone could say it doesn't have flavor. It doesn't need added spices or anything. I am not a fan of raisins at all, but they are incredibl...

It was okay. Made exactly as written. There is next to no spices or herbs so there is next to no flavor. It can be flavored up, but to do so would change it so much you would effectively be m...

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