Friday, September 24, 2010

Friday Firsts - Basmati Rice

Friday Firsts

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My first for this week was cooking my own Basmati Rice. I had eaten it before, but never bought and cooked it myself. It's a new favorite around here. I'm also looking forward to trying Jasmine rice, as many of you suggested!

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5 comments:

Debbi Does Dinner Healthy said...

I have never made basmatic rice either but I think I just bought some for a soup! Thanks for hosting, I just linked up with my first homemade pizza dough! Thanks!

Suzy said...

I love Basmati rice...and Jasmine rice too! Great flavor, plus it always seems more fancy than regular rice.

I just linked up my Friday First...a new feature on my blog for Fridays! Plus, the first time I ever made wings.

Jessie said...

Isn't basmati rice so tasty? I love it with Indian food especially. If you liked basmati rice, you'll love jasmine rice!

Have a great weekend, Christina!

Suzy said...

Just realized I forgot to include the Friday Firsts graphic and link in my post (d'oh). Fixed now...so people know to come back here and check out the rest of the Friday Firsts!

Unknown said...

If you like Basmati you should really try an heirloom rice from the 18th Century known as "Carolina Gold." Without a doubt the best rice I have ever had. You can probably find it online although I used to love buying it at the one working rice plantation still in existence in South Carolina.