Lebanese Vermicelli Rice
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Lebanese Vermicelli Rice is a staple in Lebanese cuisine, it is served with pretty much all Lebanese stews such as my Okra Stew , Peas and Carrots Stew and Lima Beans Stew. So, I wanted to dedicate a post on how to make this simple, fluffy Lebanese vermicelli rice.
My husband actually thought that I was joking when I told him that my new recipe post will be about this vermicelli rice. I know that making rice is very simple, but it can sometimes be a little tricky if not cooked right. Rice to water ratio is the key to this recipe. No one appreciates a sticky, gooey or under-cooked rice. So there ya go! My secret to a perfectly cooked Lebanese vermicelli rice!
For this recipe, I will be using Basmati rice, my all time favorite! You can also use any medium grain rice, but just keep in mind that it will take a little longer to cook than Basmati rice.
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