Yield: Yields about 4 cups.
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Delicious! A fantastic way to make rice. Will definitely be adding to my rotation!
Delicious! This was a great accompaniment to Tandoori chicken and Bhartha, which I made for an Indian meal. The rice came out just the right consistency, and was very well flavored.
I have made this rice many times, and my husband and I really enjoy it. A nice variation to a rice pilaf.
This is a great way to serve basmati rice. I usually do not have fresh mint around so I omit it. I also cut the amount of salt back to 1 teaspoon. For a different variation, use 5-6 star anise instead of the cinnamon sticks. Delicious!
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