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Greek Oven Rice in the TM5! - So quick and Easy


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Ingredients

8 portion(s)

  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1 --- brown onion, halved
  • 60 g Butter
  • 45 g olive oil
  • 1000 g water
  • 2 tbsp TM stock (veg or chicken)
  • 500 g long grain rice
  • 1 --- bay leaf, dried
  • 2 tsp oregano, dried
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Recipe's preparation

    Method
  1. chop onion and garlic [3 sec, sp 7]

  2. add butter and oil. Saute [3min, 120C, sp1]

  3. On your TM5 Automatic Recipes, go to Boiled Rice 

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    Follow the Automatic Boiked Rice recipe:

    *add the stock with the water. 

    *add the oregano with the bay leaf. 

    **Important: There is no need to add the oil or salt

     

  5. When it tells you to add the rice.. do so.

     

    And there we have, in 9 minutes, Greek oven rice in the TM5! Enjoy

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Tip

This recipe is used in the Stuffing of the Greek Stuffed Zucchini [to be uploaded shortly]


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  • What is the "Boiled rice"

    Submitted by Brenna on 4. November 2016 - 15:05.

    What is the "Boiled rice" method? I can't find it anywhere 

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  • Had good flavour, but was too

    Submitted by jp15 on 26. December 2015 - 14:25.

    Had good flavour, but was too greasy. Will use less fat next time. 

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  • My family absolutely loves

    Submitted by happyhems on 24. July 2015 - 09:17.

    My family absolutely loves this recipe.  I use it as a side dish or added to fried lamb mince and tomatoes as a stuffing for baked capsicums. Thank you!

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  • Awesome, will do cheers Annie

    Submitted by anniea on 20. January 2015 - 13:17.

    Awesome, will do

    cheers Annie

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  • Hi Anniea. Thanks for the

    Submitted by Thermie Journey of Kasia on 19. January 2015 - 19:18.

    Hi Anniea. Thanks for the question. I am converting recipes as they are traditionally made, but most modern versions have less fat. You could try it with half the butter and oil...But dont forget this recipe makes a A LOT of rice. Depending on your portion size it may work out to an acceptable amount and you wont have to comprimise on the flavour. Let me know how you go... 

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  • Hi Anniea. Thanks for the

    Submitted by Thermie Journey of Kasia on 19. January 2015 - 19:16.

    Hi Anniea. Thanks for the question. I am converting recipes as they are traditionally made, but most modern versions have less fat. You could try it with half the butter and oil...But dont forget this recipe makes a A LOT of rice. Depending on your portion size it may work out to an acceptable amount and you wont have to comprimise on the flavour. Let me know how you go... 

     

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  • Thanks for putting this up,

    Submitted by anniea on 9. January 2015 - 12:06.

    Thanks for putting this up, it sounds great. Is it necessary to use all that fat, I'm always on the hunt for great low fat options, have you tried it using less fat? tmrc_emoticons.)

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