Top Rated Jasmine Rice Recipes

Butter chicken is a rich, aromatic tomato-based curry made with tender chicken that has been marinated in a spiced yogurt sauce and can be served with steamed jasmine rice and naan. 
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This is the perfect summer cookout recipe. Use local and organic ingredients when possible!
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Lobster Nam Tok
Nam tok is a Thai dressing often used on grilled meats or fried fish; it's simple to make and pairs well with lobster, too. It's refreshing, zingy, and spicy. Serve with jasmine rice. Click here for more lobster recipes.
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coconut scented
This is a great recipe that calls for fall flavors. In just no time, you'll have the perfect appetizer. Click here for 15 Asian-Inspired Thanksgiving Recipes
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Halibut With Mustard Seeds, Curry Leaves, and Tomatoes
This beautiful dish presents crisp-skinned, fresh white fish in a light and aromatic broth. It is important to use whole spices here, as their flavor is cleaner, lighter, and zingier than ground spices. The tamarind adds a delicate sourness and fresh curry leaves lend an incomparable citrusy and delicately aromatic flavor. Both tamarind and curry leaves are available from Asian food stores and some grocery stores.Excerpted from SPRING by Skye Gyngell by arrangement with Quadrille Publishing, distributed by Chronicle Books, Copyright © 2016 by Skye Gyngell.
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Put rice in small heavy-bottom pot with 4 cups water. Stir to level rice, bring to a boil over medium-high heat, and cook until water has been absorbed (tiny holes will appear on the surface of the rice), about 10 minutes. Reduce heat to low, cover ...
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Brian
This beautiful rice is infused with onion, a few bay leaves and peas while it simmers and cooks on the stove. The result is a fragrant and very pretty rice pilaf. Serves four.
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Sweetiebarbara
Soft, light, sweet and floral. Goes well with Asian dishes.
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Corrine Trang
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Andrea Reusing
Jasmine rice is native to Southeast Asia. When cooked, its long grains become soft, seductively aromatic, and nutty in flavor.
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Ambervim
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