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Caz B
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I'm just in the middle of trying to adapt my fried rice recipe to be Gatherer friendly.  Definitely will use the basmati rice - yum!

I do have a question  - my recipe calls for dried mushrooms, the ones I have in the pantry happen to be shiitake - which of course are a no-no.  Does anyone know if there are other dried mushrooms available or have an idea for a substitute ingredient?
If not I will just leave them out altogether.

Many thanks


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Spring, I usually put a little turmeric in rice.  Gives it a nice color and a tiny flavor.  Makes me think I'm eating "junk" food, but I'm not .  Yellow rice!?


Add a teaspoon of lemon juice, finely chopped coriander leaves, salt and you will have half the version of Lemon Rice which is a popular dish in our parts of the world. The original Lemon Rice has black mustard seeds, wee bit of black gram dal, chopped green chillies, curry leaves and a dash of asofoetida.  




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Add a teaspoon of lemon juice, finely chopped coriander leaves, salt and you will have half the version of Lemon Rice which is a popular dish in our parts of the world. The original Lemon Rice has black mustard seeds, wee bit of black gram dal, chopped green chillies, curry leaves and a dash of asofoetida.  




yum, I like these ideas! I love larb too- which has lemon juice to soak the corriander, mint and onion in, add fresh chilies and ground rice to top   it is usualy served like a salad of ground beef, but I love this with just rice!
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all are very nice ideas! thanks!
asofoetida sounds pungent!!


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Quoted from Caz B
I'm just in the middle of trying to adapt my fried rice recipe to be Gatherer friendly.  Definitely will use the basmati rice - yum!

I do have a question  - my recipe calls for dried mushrooms, the ones I have in the pantry happen to be shiitake - which of course are a no-no.  Does anyone know if there are other dried mushrooms available or have an idea for a substitute ingredient?
If not I will just leave them out altogether.  Many thanks


Does it have to be dried mushrooms?  There are others out there that are dried.  As gatherers, there are many mushrooms that can be substituted for the shiitake ones.  

Great new recipe ingredients people.  Yuuuuummmm.

Debra



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Duuudes (sorry, I start every post with "Duuuudes" now, apparently...hopefully, it's just a phase!), red quinoa with eggs is really good, too!!!

Another G2 fave-o-mine, particularly for breakfast, is to pan-fry myself up a piece of millet-flax bread in a little olive oil, sprinkling some sea salt and some curry powder onto the bread during the frying.  Set the toast aside and, in the same pan, cook up an egg or two over easy.  While the egg is cooking, take a small scoop of tuna salad and place it on the toast.  Then put the egg on top of the tuna.  Voila:  tuna and egg on toast!

Sounds ordinary but tastes extraordinary, wondrousness-wise!


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