Recipe by sal
"Best casserole I've tasted in a long time!"
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uncooked white rice
shredded Cheddar cheese
1 1/2 cups
This smelled so good cooking! It needed a ton of salt, after it was already baked. Also, the very top of the casserole was slightly hard-crunchy, from not being covered. I would suggest covering it with foil 1/2 way through baking. I think it needs more cheese too. It wasn't quite as moist as I woul have liked. If you make this and fine tune it, you'll probably really love it!
Not bad, but definitely needs something added. I added extra cheese to the leftover dish and it made a huge difference (needed salt, I guess). I also increased the cooking temp to 350 and cooked for half the time...much better. Be sure to add a few extra tablespoons of liquid though...so that it doesn't dry out.
a bit bland i added more cheese and some salt other wise not bad.
I was looking for a rice dish I could eat as a substitute for a main dish. I found it very bland (despite using plenty of cheddar) and took far too long. I kept wondering if there was something missing form the recipe as submitted. Sorry to say I wouldn't make it again.
Way to bland!!!
Even with extra salt very bland, way too much parsley. Not a keeper! Thanks though.
No flavor! It tasted like plain white rice.
This was a lot work for little pay off. It was extremely bland, and I even doubled the cheese.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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