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Rice Cooker Meals: Fast Home Cooking for busy people (cookbook) - Neal Bertrand


Book Description:
Enjoy delicious, multicultural recipes that are less expensive and healthier than fast food. Includes Mexican, Italian, Tex-Mex and Cajun recipes! And one-pot cooking means less mess to clean up!
You’ll see how easy it is to cook jambalayas, seafood dishes, pastas, “casseroles”, soups, rice side dishes, and various vegetable recipes including potatoes, cabbage, and sweet potatoes.
“IN A RICE COOKER?” Yes, they’re all cooked in a rice cooker.
Here are a few recipes from the book:
*Easy Chili
*Mexican Rice
*Tex-Mex Pasta
*Shrimp Jambalaya
*Cajun Pepper Steak
*Chicken Fried Rice
*Rice & Shrimp Pilaf
*Black-eyed Pea & Sausage Jambalaya
In short, Rice Cooker Meals offers a time-saving alternative to conventional cooking. With this cookbook you can prepare a traditional home-cooked meal – all in one rice cooker. If you want to cook a worry-free, quick, flavorful meal that doesn’t heat up your whole kitchen or use all your pots, Rice Cooker Meals: Fast Home Cooking for Busy People is for you!


For more information: http://www.ricecookermeals.com/

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My Take on the Book:
I live in the dark ages a bit and don't have a rice cooker, but I know how to cook rice!! I just adapted the recipe to suit how I normally cook rice. It was fantastic!! I plan on using all the recipes, but my adapted version of course. If you have a rice cooker, get the book. If you don't have one, don't fret. It is so easy to adapt the recipe according to how you cook rice.
*Hint: Using Minute Rice makes everything easy. It's fast and you can cook the same as a rice cooker, in less time.*


Mushroom Rice, Page 23.
(Adapted by me, to suit me, haha.)
Add equal parts water as rice to a pot. Set rice aside. (Use Minute Rice) Add fresh cut mushrooms, broth, butter and onions. Bring to a boil. When reached, add rice. Stir well and let sit. Takes like 5 minutes, and boom!! Deliciousness!!!



~ I was not compensated for this post. This review is my honest opinion. ~

Comments

  1. Sounds delicious. I was worried when it said rice cooker, since I don't have one either.

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  2. This is what I need! :)

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  3. thanks. It sounds like a great book

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