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What is "Spanish Rice"???
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    Thread created on 23:41:35 - 09/05/15 (9 years ago)
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    Is there a difference between Spanish Rich and White Rice?

    I don't think there is, but can anyone add details????
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    Posted on 00:09:27 - 10/05/15 (9 years ago)
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    Spanish rice is white rice. The term is for the way it is prepared. You mix the uncooked rice with spices and oil for a few minutes then you put water and tomato (Usually crushed tomato or tomato paste.) Then cook it like rice until it is done.

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    Posted on 00:13:13 - 10/05/15 (9 years ago)
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    DrZed [237786]

    Spanish rice is white rice. The term is for the way it is prepared. You mix the uncooked rice with spices and oil for a few minutes then you put water and tomato (Usually crushed tomato or tomato paste.) Then cook it like rice until it is done.

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    Posted on 05:02:52 - 14/09/15 (8 years ago)
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    For a semi spicy Spanish rice, use pato sauce instead of tomato/canned tomato, it's pretty good.
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    Posted on 01:43:38 - 21/09/15 (8 years ago)
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    I'm from New Mexico and my mom would toast the rice before she would cook it. It tasted crunchy and very delicious.
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