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Skinny Ms.from Skinny Ms.

Skinny Mexican Rice

Skinny Ms. Mexican Rice is a single skillet dish that's a perfect side dish, and it's easy to clean up! #cleaneating #sidedish

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Chinese Fried Rice

Enjoy Chinese takeout at home with this delicious recipe for Chinese Fried Rice! Options for vegetarian, shrimp, or chicken!

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Turmeric Rice

Tumeric Rice... Very tastey... I made it without the butter... Also used water instead

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Spam Fried Rice

Spam Fried Rice - A quick and easy dish that can be made with any meat or veggies that you have on hand!

Creme De La Crumbfrom Creme De La Crumb

The Best Fried Rice

The BEST quick and easy fried rice recipe with all of the restaurant-worthy flavor you love without leaving your kitchen.

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Jollof rice with chicken

Jollof rice with chicken. West African good food.

Double CLICK PIC(slowly) for Recipe.... ...Shrimp "Mock" Fried Rice (cauliflower)... ...Recipe by George Stella... ...For tons more Low Carb recipes visit us at "Low Carbing Among Friends" on Facebook

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Indian Dal Nirvana (Dal Makhani)

indian dal nirvana

Easy Pork Tenderloin Marinade: 1/4 cup Soy Sauce, 1/4 cup Olive Oil, 3 Tbs Honey or Dijon Mustard, 2 garlic cloves minced, Dash of pepper

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Easy Fried Rice

I totally made this last night (9/24/13)!!! 1st Asian Recipe I have ever tried to make. Hubby Loved It!!!

Rasa Malaysiafrom Rasa Malaysia

Kimchi Fried Rice

Kimchi Fried Rice - the easiest and most delicious fried rice EVER! Made with kimchi and rice. Get the recipe!!! | rasamalaysia.com

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Crispy Garlic Fried Brown Rice w/Kale (vegan, gluten-free)

Crispy Garlic Fried Rice w/Kale (vegan, gluten-free) | Vegetarian Gastronomy http://vegetariangastronomy.com/

Rice Flour Pancakes. Eggs, rice flour, allowed milk, allowed oil, salt. I makes these often, double the recipe and use a little more milk and oil. And I cook them right away without letting the batter sit. They turn out great!