The Gluten-free Vegetarian Rice Cooker: Fresh Dill Jasmine Rice Recipe

April 9th, 2009 yum Posted in Dill, Rice, Rice Cooker Recipe, Vegetarian 1 Comment »

dillriceI fell in love with rice cookers while we lived in Japan, when I realized how easy they made it to make a flavorful one-dish meal with a rice base. The DH got quite addicted to making traditional Japanese rice cooker recipes with veggies and plenty of sesame oil and gluten-free soy sauce for flavoring. When we moved back to the states I knew I had to have a rice cooker. We found one for a great price at our local Chinese market. Not much later I was poking around on Amazon and found a great cookbook full of nothing but rice cooker recipes- I ordered it, and the rest was history. We frequently make this Special Indian Rice Recipe and this French Butter Rice Recipe from the cookbook, and I feel like we’ve barely tapped the surface of this book. Just so you know- it’s not a vegetarian cookbook, and neither is it a gluten-free cookbook, but there are so many recipes that are either adaptable or naturally gluten free and vegetarian that it has been a great asset to my cookbook collection. The DH and I gobbled up this fresh dill rice recipe and I wanted to share it with you. Make it with some pan fried tofu or a bean or lentil recipe and some fast veggie recipe in your pressure cooker and you’ll have a fast and delicious full meal with very little effort!

Have any favorite gluten-free, vegetarian rice cooker recipes? Share them (or their URL) in the comments!

Gluten Free Wheat Free Rice Cooker Dill Rice Recipe
Side Dish  Rice  French  
Ingredients
2 tbsp. butter
2 tbsp. olive oil
1/2 cup diced onions or shallots
2 cups jasmine rice
3 1/2 cup vegetable stock
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 cup minced fresh dill
1 whole garlic clove
Directions
Heat your olive oil and butter in the rice cooker and add your onion, cooking until softened. Throw in your rice and stir, letting the rice getting translucent. Pour in your stock and seasonings, including the whole garlic clove, and start rice cooker cycle. When the rice is done remove the garlic clove but leave the rice in the cooker on warm to steam a little longer.
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