Refreshing Cilantro Lime Rice

Refreshing Cilantro Lime Rice

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22 review(s) averaging 4. 86% would make again

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This is a great side dish with any fresh fish especially in the summer.

"Great recipe. Next time I will add more lime juice. I did 2 c of water to 1 c rice. I also added a half of can of zesty tomatoes (they had jalapenos with them) for extra spice and vegetable. I served it with Pepper Rubbed Pork chops topped with guacamole and it was a fabulous dinner. I see where this could go with many latin dishes in our future. Thanks for the recipe."

- Arvan43

Ingredients

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1 cup Rice
1.5 cups Water
2 teaspoons Lime Juice
4 tablespoons Fresh Cilantro
1 tablespoons Salt
.5 teaspoon Cooking oil

Original recipe makes 4 Servings

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Preparation

In rice cooker or pot combine all ingredients except cilantro and allow the rice to cook completely.

After the rice is cooked while still warm and fresh cilantro and combine well.

If you would like to make a larger batch add 1 teaspoon lime juice for ever 1/2 Cup of rice.

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vanzdeez 1 week ago
I made it today and i loved it, i however did not go by the measurements because i never do...to lazy for all that, but it was delicious, i did add some garlic powder thoguh
maleen 3 weeks ago
Yummy! ....very tasteful.
KitchenRoyalty 4 months ago
I added a little sweet onion to it for my tastes but it was good with fish tacos and such. Rev. Ken James Gertner
ReverendKen 10 months ago
DO NOT USE A TABLESPOON OF SALT IN THIS RECIPE. It will make this dish inedible.
LavenderWand 1 year ago
These measurements look off? Most recipes call for 2 cups of water to 1 cup of rice. Also the oil/salt quantities look flipped: 1 Tbsp oil and 1/2 tsp salt seems more appropriate. With these adjustments this recipe turned out awesome!
sHellsKitchen 1 year ago
served with feijoada.
dtbh4t 1 year ago
Looks fantastic, excellent ingredients. Making this now and the smell is making my mouth water!
Chocolotto 1 year ago
These were great, I always use this recipe to go with my bbq chicken & tortillas and just about any other chicken dish. Love it, thx for sharing.
NellyO 1 year ago
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