Adding Onion Soup for Oven-Baked Rice

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Learn what cookware to use and how to add onion soup to make oven baked rice, an alternative to regular rice, in this free cooking video.

Part of the Video Series: How to Make Rice in the Oven
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Video Transcript

Today I'm going to teach you how to make a very, easy, fast rice dish that is full of lots of flavor. Alright. In our first clip, what we need to do is to take one of the little packages that's in the Lipton onion. You want to cut that open of course and then just drop the contents of the package inside a dish. The dish you use, very important. Two key elements of your dish. I like to use Corning Ware, but you want to make sure, A: that the dish can go in the oven, and B: that the dish is deep enough or wide enough that it can hold up to 3 1/2 cups of liquid. That's what we're going to do right now. What I've done while we've been talking is I put the kettle on and I boiled some water. I'm going to grab that water down from the kettle. You want to take your boiling water, use your measuring cup, and we want 3 1/2 cups of boiling water. This cup's not quite large enough, so that gives me 2 cups right there. We're going to drop that in over top of the Lipton onion, and we're just going to get 1 1/2 more cups as well. We want 3 1/2 cups of boiling water. You want to put that in. Then you're going to want to get a spoon. I like to use a wooden spoon. It tends to work the best. Before you anything else, just mix that up. You'll notice that Lipton onion in there, it is a powder substance, so just mix that up really well before we go any further.


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