Friday, September 9, 2011

FFwD - Creamy, cheesy, garlicky rice with spinach



It's French Fridays with Dorie time again, and this week's dish is creamy, cheesy, garlicky rice with spinach.  

This dish would be good as a side or as a meal on its own.  It consists of rice cooked in chicken broth, then mixed with onion, garlic, spinach and cream.  It is surprising how delicious this simply dish is.  Me, I am taking some for my lunch tomorrow.

To see some other perspectives on this dish, you can later visit the LYL section of the FFwD website.

14 comments:

Kayte said...

Sold! That looks delicious, and perfect for a lunch at school.

Gloria said...

Look delicious I love spinachs! gloria

Jennifer said...

This looks absolutely delicious!!!!!

jillbert said...

I missed the boat on FFwD again. This looks fabulous!

Elaine said...

I forgot it's Friday in your next of the woods. Your rice looks so creamy! I liked this one as well. I put some in a container in the back of the frig and I am hoping it is still there so I can take it to work for lunch tomorrow.

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella said...

That's so simple and I can imagine this would go with so many other dishes too :)

Happy Cook / Finla said...

Wowo so delicious and so comforting dish.

Cher said...

We really loved this one too - and the leftovers heated up very nicely.

yummychunklet said...

I'm also taking some of this rice in for lunch! Yours looks delicious.

Lauren said...

Oh yum! How could it not be delicious with cheese and spinach and garlic?! I totally need to run to the library and get the recipe!

Amanda said...

Oh, this looks like the perfect thing for tonights dinner - warm and comforting, with the added bonus of spinach to make me feel like I'm eating something vaguely healthy.

Johanna GGG said...

I'd do a lunch swap with you - this looks awesome - I would serve it with a crusty loaf of bread - mmmm

Kathy said...

Your rice looks wonderful...truly creamy and delicious! Lovely photo!

onewetfoot.com said...

We enjoyed this dish so much - the stuffed pepper version makes a great main. Yours looks so creamy!