rice pilaf.

rice pilaf. mmmmmm.
this is one of my all-time favorite recipes.
it's orginally my grandma's.
passed down to my parents.
now to me.
i'd request it every time we went to see my grandparents.
or somehow it just managed to be on their table.
and now i just make it myself. a lot.
i've tweaked the recipe just a bit.
so it's now double the rice.
(leftovers are oh so good)
less butter and more mushrooms.
but still as delicious as i remember grandma making.
(i am only sharing this recipe because i do not see a 'jen's diner' in my future :)

jen's grandma's rice pilaf (one of my favorite foods ever...)

1/4 cup butter
2 cans beef consume
1 cup rice
2 - 4 oz. cans of mushrooms, drained

combine all of these in an oven proof baking dish.
bake at 350 for 1 hour and 10 minutes.
enjoy :)


Jen said...

Yummy! We make a dish similar called "brown rice, but with only 1 can of the consomme and no mushrooms. Can't wait to try your version...it sounds delicious!

Kirchner'sblog said...

I remember having this at your mom's house when we went there one time - so yummy. I'm not generally a good rice maker - I will need to try this again. Mike loves rice :-)

Swedish Mama said...

Looks very, very good.

lisa said...

Thanks for the share! I would not be the least bit surprised to see a Jen's Diner in your future! Happy Birthday!

Rorie said...

Oo, a Jen's Diner. You should totally open one! :)

Anonymous said...

We make the same but we add a can of French onion soupnand a little more butter, actually I'm making it tonight:). Liz

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