Holiday Peas and Rice

Holiday Peas and Rice

"With all the fuss that goes into holiday meals, it's nice to find a side dish like this that's both satisfying and simple. The pimientos and peas nestle among rice delightfully seasoned with sage and chicken broth."
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45 m servings
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  1. In a saucepan, saute rice and sage in butter until rice is lightly browned. Add broth; bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 20 minutes. Add peas; simmer, uncovered, 10 minutes longer or until heated through, stirring occasionally. Stir in pimientos.

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Every now and then I come across a recipe that turns out to be even better than I had expected it to be--this was one of those times! I added some fresh minced garlic while sauteing the rice whi...

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I made this recipe the night before for an office potluck. It didn't fair well being warmed up the next day. I made the recipe for 20ppl and it asked for 5 cups of peas. I thought that was to...

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Every now and then I come across a recipe that turns out to be even better than I had expected it to be--this was one of those times! I added some fresh minced garlic while sauteing the rice whi...

This has to be THE best rice dish I have ever tasted. Not too mention it looks very nice. It was a big hit at my dinner table. I tripled the order (no modifications necessary on this recipe) to...

I really really enjoyed this recipe. I cooked it without sage and with a finely chopped red bell pepper instead of pimentos as I had neither to hand. It came out brilliantly. It's just as nice ...

This recipe was quite good. I used half the amount of peas as another reviewer suggested and it turned out great. I served it along with pork tenderloin and everybody liked it.

This dish was just OK for us. Might try it again with fresh peas instead of frozen and add minced garlic to the saute. Very pretty side dish. *UPDATE* Tried this rice dish again & it turned ou...

I used chicken stock aswell as some powder onion soup mix. Also subbed grated carrots for pimentos. Was just what I wanted! Will be making again with different variations!

This was a no brainer for me, I love rice and I love peas. Followed the directions, only thing different was I used my roasted red peppers I had on hand, instead of pimintos, as one reveiwer sug...

No chicken broth or pimentos @ home so used beef broth and sauted red pepper slices. Turned out great!

pretty good but my rice wasn't quite cooked through. Will add another 10 minutes next time.

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