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Wow, so easy and YUMMY! Like another reviewer I didn't have the soup, so I used Lipton onion soup mix and a cup of hot water. Plus I didn't add the basil, as it didn't seem to fit with the other ingredients. Regardless this was fantastic!!!
EDITED TO ADD - I've done this with brown rice too and it needed to bake for 75 minutes, perfect!
I didn't have white rice so I used instant brown rice and it turned out incredible!!! I have never been a fan of rice but my husband is. I can't thank you enough Monica! This is one of those dishes that makes people think you slaved in the kitchen but it's SO simple.
I made this last night for company and while the flavor was good it didn't ever finish cooking. I followed the advice of other reviewers and subbed brown rice for white rice. Instead of beef broth I used beef consomme and I added a small can (drained) of sliced mushrooms. I also added approximately 1 tsp. of herbes de provece (instead of 1 tbsp. of basil) to go with the chicken I made using that herb mixture. I baked it covered at 350 for 1 hour as the recipe said and it never finished cooking. There was still tons of liquid and the rice was still totally hard. I then popped it in the microwave for about 8 minutes uncovered and it was getting there but never quite finished cooking. At that point I really needed to serve dinner so I did and man was I embarassed about the rice! While the flavor really was good (quite rich and tasty) the rice was HARD and uncooked. I might try using white rice and just bake it longer next time but I might just try another recipe. There are plenty on here that sound similar and will probaby be better (at least I hope!).
I've been making this for years minus the basil and Worcestershire sauce. It comes out perfect every time. It's ideal to take for potluck when you don't want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen as it only uses one dish.
Very good recipe! I didn't have any french onion soup on hand so I used Lipton Onion Soup mix with a cup of hot water. I'll be sure to make it again using the french onion soup but until then my husband and I have some very tasty leftover brown rice to enjoy!
I used brown rice because of diet restrictions. Brown rice always cooks longer. For 1 cup of brown its an hour. So with 1 1/2 cups of the brown rice I would count on 1 hour and 30 minutes. Loved the recipe.
I'm not sure why this recipe calls for basil because it really is not needed. I added a pinch but next time I will not add any at all. Was still good and would make again! Easy side dish to any meal! Thanks Monica for sharing.