Top Rated Congee Recipes

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Oxmoor House Healthy Eating Collection, Oxmoor House 2001
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Rice porridge is a staple of the Asian diet; this version incorporates wheat and barley for added texture and color.
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Chef #1282770
Congee
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lukie4
Try this Asian dish! Its easy to make!1
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WaterMelon
Very easy and delicious one-pot-meal. May substitute chicken with other meat e.g. pork/beef. Stirring is important, to achieve smooth congee. NOTE: Usually when cooking congee with electric rice cooker, i need to click it 'on' a few times after it switched off (automatically) because congee has to simmer for some time to be smooth.
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dcwang wang
miso, rice, and an egg per day gives you the necessary amino acids you need every day. a great breakfast to start out the day!! this congee is tasty and nutritious!!
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www.epicurean.com
1. Sautee chicken strips in fresh garlic, fresh ginger, and medium-sized yellow onion in a medium-sized sauce pan or pot .Add 3 cups of water and bring to a boil. 2. Add 1 cup of rice and boil for 15 minutes until rice is cooked. 3. Add saffron ...
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Chinese Rice Congee recipe. Ready In: 1 hr 5 min Makes 6 servings 155 per serving Ingredients: long grain rice, stock, chinese preserved turnip, ginger root, tangerine peel, salt, ---, scallions, spring or green onions, coriander, ginger, tea melon
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Chef mariajane
Congee is a rice porrige that is a staple dish in many Asian households. Eaten as a satisfying breakfast, lunch or dinner, congee is a great way to stretch a small amount of food and may be flavored in a dozen different ways.
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AmandaInOz
Congee is a type of rice porridge eaten in many Asian countries. This recipe is Chinese. It's easiest made in a rice cooker, but a pot will do as well. On a personal note: congee is also a popular late night eat here in Sydney's Chinatown. From: wedbee.blogspot.com.
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Nose
I read that a millet porridge with sweet potatoes (and sometimes chestnuts) was a traditional dish in Northern China, and pulled together the proportions, method, and seasonings from a variety of sources. Have for breakfast or as a side dish. Congee is by definition mushy and bland, so be sure you are prepared for that if you make this. Everything in this is very good for you. I think you could use apples or pears instead of sweet potatoes.
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johnnyray
A very simple rice porridge that I cook when I don't know what to eat. Also, great for hangovers! SIBA NA!!!!
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