How to make brown rice interesting – Jamie Oliver's food team

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The lovely Christina from Jamie’s Food team gives you a couple of recipes to help jazz up boring old brown rice. Enjoy. x

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Dingo Supreme says:

Way too much chili for my taste. I'd prefer throwing in some bell peppers, onion and carrots.

Karl Dagenais says:

That second recipe sounds and looks perfect. I'll try that for sure!

RebekkaHgsn says:

I make the first one all the time, it's really nice! Thanl you so much for the recipe!

fpstina says:

very cute… and the rice looked good too.

HANSL PUMMY KIM says:

wow…The food is so famous in here, Korea. ^^ It called '계란밥'(Gaeran bob…??!! = Egg rice). So simple and delicious~! Many young people like it. Tomorrow I'll take it!!! >.<

JamiesFoodTeam says:

Here goes…

Serves approx 4 people

400g brown rice, cooked and drained and left to cool
2-3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
a good splash of red wine vinegar
small bunch of flat leaf parsley, leaves picked and finely chopped
small bunch of mint, leaves picked and finely chopped
small handful of toasted mixed seeds like pumpkin, pine nuts etc
1/2 a red chilli, finely sliced
1/2 a butternut squash, seeds removed and cut into wedges and roasted
Sea salt
black pepper
50g feta, crumbled.

Enjoy!

Amir Krumphung says:

christina which seasoning is that u put on the fried rice egg???

Doctora Lola says:

I don't want my food to be boring. I try to cook creatively but I've realised that with certain ingredients, I always end up serving the same dish. This happens to me with meat, fish, salad and beans. How can I get easy alternatives to cook the same main ingredient?

Huddo295 says:

Great recipe, I substitute the brown rice sometimes for quinoa as its a protein or I add thin stirips of grilled meet to the rice

Глеб says:

Beautiful Christina and her lovely dishes! =) Great!

Jeramy Martyn Garner says:

I love the brown rice salad idea.

I always toast my brown rice in a bit of oil before I cook it, I think it helps make it a bit nuttier.

Jonathan Ng says:

"Great for a hangover!" Wow Food Tube… are you guys seeing a lot of brown-rice-eating-alcoholics in your demographic? 🙂

Max Cool says:

I love these both brown rice recipes 🙂
Will try these on my next cooking day!
Thanks Christina x

wildicepick says:

"Win lovely stuff" but the comments are disabled on the video :'(

prithvi gudiwalla says:

amazing video! loved the fried rice idea. 🙂

Michelle X says:

thanks for that, great idea!, im vegan so its a great dish for me, obviously the first recipe without the cheese!

cjmannix says:

did anyone else grimace when she bit the spoon *shudders*

David Pehrson says:

You are probebly the only one I've seen not saying "Ah, perfect!" the first time you taste what you've mended. I like that (and the recipe)!

Sushi Grrl says:

I recently bought some forbidden rice but am not sure what to do with it. Can you tell me the rice/water ratio and somethings that might be good to put in it? I'd like to serve it with some tilapia!

tjoebacca says:

YES! Add some tomato pesto and it'll taste even better! I always have it like this when I'm too lazy to cook.

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