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Sesame Rice

Sesame Rice

"THIS SIDE DISH is compatible with any meat entree you serve. One of my friends gave me this recipe many years ago. I made a few changes, and it has been a family favorite for a long time. This secret of the tasty flavor is the chicken broth. --Norma Poole Auburndale, Florida"
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1 h servings
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  1. In a medium skillet, saute sesame seeds in butter for 2-3 minutes or until golden. Add rice, celery and onion; saute until the rice is browned. Spoon into an ungreased 1-1/2-qt. baking dish. Dissolve bouillon and salt in water; pour over the rice mixture. Cover and bake at 325 degrees F for 50-60 minutes or until rice is tender.

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Nice side dish that's easy to prepare. I love the flavor from the sesame seeds. I omitted the salt as the bouillon is salty enough.

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I am not wild about this recipe. The rice turn out to be quite mushy. I would suggest to cook the rice on the stove top instead. After sauteed rice and add broth, cook rice over high heat until ...

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Nice side dish that's easy to prepare. I love the flavor from the sesame seeds. I omitted the salt as the bouillon is salty enough.

I am not wild about this recipe. The rice turn out to be quite mushy. I would suggest to cook the rice on the stove top instead. After sauteed rice and add broth, cook rice over high heat until ...

This was great! It has a nutty flavor. I only had basmati rice in the house and I used my own homemade broth to cut down on salt. After sauteeing the sesame seeds, celery, onions and rice, I ...

I usually follow a recipe the first time I make it. This one I didn't. I added more sesame seeds, a 1/4 cup and a t. sesame oil. Gave a woderul texture and flavor. 2 T. of sesame seed would prob...

This rice was great! Even though I omitted the salt completely, it still tasted a little bit salty.

This was a nice easy side dish to make. It tasted good and I would make it again - it's always nice to have an alternative to regular steamed rice. It's also nice that you can have it baking whi...

I love this recipe and make it all the time. Its a HIT with everyone I have for company and usually make it when friends with kids come over - kids gobble it up.

This is a favorite!! I double the recipe, because one batch isn't quite enough for two hearty appetites, plus, it warms up wonderfully!!

Easy and great

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