Uncle Ben's Natural Whole Grain Instant Brown Rice

Uncle Ben's Natural Whole Grain Instant Brown Rice

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Uncle Ben's� Natural Whole Grain Instant Brown Rice. "Perfect Every Time"�. What's inside... per serving. Calories 170, 9%DV. Total fat 1.5g, 2%DV. Sat fat 0g, 0% DV. Sugars 0g, *. Sodium 0mg, 0% DV. Based on a 2,000 calorie diet. *No DV defined. Supports a healthy heart*. Full daily
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Ingredients

Whole Grain Parboiled Brown Rice.

Directions

Stovetop - preferred method: Step 1: Combine rice, water and butter (optional) in a saucepan. Step 2: Bring to a boil. Reduce heat (medium-low to medium) and cover. Step 3: Simmer 10-12 minutes or until water is absorbed. Fluff with fork and serve Measurements. Servings (cups of cooked rice) 2. Rice (cups) - 1/ 2. Water (cups) - 1. Butter (optional) 1 tsp. Servings (cups of cooked rice) 4. Rice (cups) - 1. Water (cups) - 1 3/4. Butter (optional) 2 tsp. Servings (cups of cooked rice) 6. Rice (cups) - 1 1/2. Water (cups) - 2 1/2. Butter (optional) 1 Tbsp. Servings (cups of cooked rice) 8. Rice (cups) - Whole Box. Water (cups) - 3 1/2. Butter (optional) 1 Tbsp. Alternate cooking methods. *For best results, use stovetop cooking method. To cook like pasta: 1. Cut open pouch. 2. In a 2.5-qt. saucepan boil 4 cups of water with desired amount of rice (use 6 cups of water when cooking the whole box of rice). 3. Boil gently for 10-12 minutes or until rice is tender. 4. Drain into mesh strainer. Fluff with fork and serve. Microwave: 1. Combine rice, water and butter (optional) in a microwave-safe glass bowl. 2. Cover tightly with microwave-safe lid or plastic wrap and cook on high using times below: Servings - 4. Minutes - 8. Servings - 6. Minutes - 10. Servings - 12. Minutes - 12. 3. Reduce to medium (50%) for 5 minutes. Remove from microwave. Let stand covered 3-5 minutes or until water is absorbed. Fluff with fork and serve. Microwave ovens vary. Cooking times are approximate. Adjust cooking time as needed. For best results: For firmer rice, use less water and reduce cooking time. For softer rice, use more water and increase cooking time.

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