My kids LOVE this brown rice recipe. But, before I give details, you have to know that it is actually NOT brown rice. It is white rice, but since it is brown when you make it, my kids call it brown rice. It is definitely delicious, I can attest to that.


Ingredients needed:

1 1/2 c. White Rice

2 cans Beef Consommé

1 can Hot Water

1 Tbsp. Butter

1 Tbsp. Minced Onion

Black pepper to taste

Add all ingredients into a pan with a lid. I use my glass CorningWare and it works great. Place it onto your stove and cook and stir on high until it boils rapidly. After it is boiling stir it well one more time and put on the lid. Turn the heat down to low and cook for 20-25 minutes. You can also put it in the oven and cook it on 325 degrees for 40-45 minutes.

My kids absolutely love this stuff. It’s a great side dish with sooo many dinners. We use it a lot when we are grilling outside. So, if you are grilling chicken, pork, or fish this recipe is PERFECT!

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  1. Naomi J says

    But there isn’t any reason why you couldn’t use brown rice. It sounds yummy! I’m going to have to try it next time we do rice as a side 😀

  2. Karen H. says

    I make this very same recipe, but instead of two cans of beef consomme, I use one can Campbell’s French Onion Soup (no need to add the minced onions, unless you just want more) and one can Campbell’s Beef Broth. I have also made it with brown rice and it is equally delicious.

    Also, for a quick and easy dish, after I have cooked the rice, I combine it with one can of whole kernel corn and approximately a pound of browned ground beef. That dish was borne out of necessity for something easy after a long day at work when my kids were young. They are grown now with families of their own and they still ask for it! :)

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