Yield: Yields 4 cups.
Servings: four to six as a side dish.
You can serve this dish as a pilaf-like side dish or as a vegetarian main dish. I also use it to stuff poultry and vegetables, such as baked red peppers and tomatoes.
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If you’re planning to use this recipe as a stuffing, it yields enough to stuff about two 3 to 4-lb. chickens, 6 bell peppers, or 10 to 12 tomatoes.
Excellent. Use as a side dish and don't bother stuffing peppers. Wonderful flavors.
I really enjoyed this!I skipped the peppers and added some more spice to the broth. Also added fresh lemon juice that brought out all the flavors. It will be a repeat.
Very tasty filling, but you can ditch the peppers that render it bland.
From the time I first made this recipe when I received the magazine years ago, it has been one of my top 10.
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