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A good side dish to bobotie. It is pretty sweet so depending on who you're cooking for I would adjust the sugar. I've made it both ways (sugar as written & sugar decreased) and it's delicious. It's not an amazing-wow dish but it's a nice compliment to bobtie. I also made a cumin-date sauce to go with it. So all and all a pretty good geelrys recipe.
this rice is so easy and it tastes awesome! my whole family loved it! i will definatly be making this again very soon! i served it with Bobotie and it was really great! i don't really like meat loaf but i loved the bobotie and rice together!! i highly recomend this recipe!
Its just to good to be true well that was not the case. This soothing yellow colored rice went down my throat nice and smooth into my stomach. WE used a little less sugar which was mmmmmm goodies! thanks so much and i love african food! weeeeee
This was really good. I had a package of yellow rice and I wanted to try something new. I of course omitted the salt and turmeric because my packaged yellow rice already had spices in it. I made the yellow rice according to the package and tossed in the raisins cinnamon and sugar. I took the suggestion of others and only used 1 tablespoon of the sugar and it wasn t too sweet to me at all.
My fiancee and I did not care for this rice. I cut the sugar like suggested and sweetness was okay what I did not like was the cinnamon flavor it was overpowering. My fiancee states "it was okay but who wants to settle for okay."