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We thought this was a good recipe. I had some left over rice and added it to the rest of the ingredients after I had sauteed the onion, garlic, and fresh chopped rosemary in the olive oil. I then added the cheese and gave it a stir. Was wonderful. You all need a fresh rosemary plant outside your door. It is really good in many dishes and is pretty growing. I keep mine in a pot close to the house at the back door in the shade. It stays there in the winter as well. We live in Tennessee.
This was just excellent even tho' I notice as I write this that I forgot the Parmesan cheese! Hubs was probably grateful for that and to be honest, I don't know that I necessarily would have enjoyed this any more with the cheese. I really loved the clean, fresh flavors of the garlic and fresh rosemary and the chicken broth, of course, gives the otherwise bland rice a nice richness. This has a pleasant subtleness that was just what I was after to support our grilled shrimp.
My husband thought this was a nice change from plain rice but I couldn't even finish one helping of it. There is too much rosemary in this dish to have a balanced flavor. I doubt I will ever make it again.
I think I love rosemary. Until now I was unsure but even though I had to used dried it is fantastic. Since I used dried I used one third measurement than the fresh. I crushed half between my fingers and put it in when sauteing the onion and the rest as the recipe fallows. The rosemary did not over power it at all it was light and airy and perfect.
I used Trader Joe's basmati brown rice and only used 2 tsp. of fresh rosemary. Those were the only changes I made. Using the basmati, I did have to increase the broth a bit and cook it for a little longer. We all enjoyed this rice, there were no leftovers.