Separate green tops from green onions, and diagonally chop; set aside. Cut green onion bottoms into 1-inch pieces; set aside. Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add 2 teaspoons oil to pan, swirling pan to coat evenly. Transfer rice mixture to a large bowl. Heat 2 teaspoons oil in pan. Add shallots to pan; stir-fry 30 seconds or until tender.
Asian Rice Pilaf
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I realize that this recipe is supposed to have a very subtle coconut flavor, but I was looking for a real bang for my buck since I was serving this with my Polynesian themed dinner, so for extra I'll admit, when I first tasted this I was disappointed - it was very bland. I think it smelled so good while it was cooking honestly, it smelled like I was baking coconut cookies that the mi Rice Cooker! Tasty, pretty and fragrant, this is a beautiful Asian method of preparing basic rice. It must just be that our taste buds are unfamiliar with this combination of flavors that made this unappeali I was curious about this recipe and decided to try it one night with some pineapple and apricot chicken.
Southeast Asian Fried Rice
What I ended up with is an Asian rice pilaf that packs one powerful flavor punch. This rice will now be on heavy rotation in my kitchen. I just added a couple more ingredients, which make all the difference in the world. Then I stirred in a handful of cilantro at the end to brighten the flavors. I also think stirring in some sliced green onions would be great to add even more flavor.
Want to have something filling? Try some of these satiating Chinese rice creations. Chinese combo meals, with rice and vegetable gravy, are simply mind-blowing. The best way to use your leftovers is to create a bowl of fried rice. It is boundlessly variable and there are plenty of combinations worth testing out!