Flavors, with other natural flavors. Per Serving: 200 calories; 0 g sat fat (0% DV); 480 mg sodium (20% DV); 1 g sugars. More recipes! For product information and recipes go to www.neareast.com or scan here. For questions or comments, call 1-800-822-7423. Please have package available when calling. This package is sold by weight, not by volume. Contents settle during shipping and handling. Please recycle this carton.
6.3 oz (178 g) x 12
2 oz dry
about 3 per pack
Range Top: 1. In medium saucepan, bring 1-3/4 cups water and 1 tablespoon butter or olive oil just to a boil. 2. Stir in rice and contents of Spice Sack. Return to a boil. 3. Cover; reduce heat to low. Simmer 18 to 20 minutes or until most of water is absorbed. 4. Fluff pilaf lightly with fork before serving. Makes 3 cups. See side panel for microwave, low fat and high altitude directions. Variations: For a creative twist, add one of the following to prepared rice. 1/4 cup quartered artichoke hearts and 1/2 cup chopped fresh baby spinach. 1/2 cup cooked shredded carrots and 1/4 cup thinly sliced green onions. 1 cup cooked diced chicken. For recipe nutritional information, visit our website at www.neareast.com. Microwave: 1. In round 2-quart microwaveable glass casserole, combine rice, contents of Spice Sack, 2-1/4 cups water and 1 tablespoon butter or olive oil. 2. Microwave uncovered, at high 18 to 21 minutes or until most of water is absorbed (Microwave ovens may vary. Adjust times as needed). 3. Let stand about 5 minutes or until all water is absorbed. Fluff pilaf lightly with fork before serving. Low Fat Follow package directions, except omit butter or olive oil and add additional 3 tablespoons water. (See Nutrition Information for Sodium Content.) High Altitude Preparation: At high altitudes, increase water to 3 cups and cook time to 33 to 35 minutes.
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