Gluten Free Version of Texas Roadhouse’s Seasoned Rice
When it comes to this particular rice dish, I have to whip out the tired, old saying, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” Admittedly, it’s not really all that pretty. As you can see, I tried to “pretty” her up a little with a little sprig of parsley. Rest assured, however, this is uncommonly delicious – to the tune of mind-blowing.
It’s filled with several layers of flavor and makes an ideal side dish for chicken, fish, pork, or steak. I believe my husband could make a meal out of the rice, itself.
As with any recipe, feel free to adjust the seasonings to suit your own taste. I’m not overly fond of spiciness, so I may use a little less pepper than you’d like – if that’s the case, add a little more.
Not too much, though, since you do want to actually taste the other flavors!
If you don’t have to cook gluten free, then feel free to replace the tamari with soy sauce. If you do have to eat gluten free, just a friendly reminder: Always make sure you choose chicken broth that says “gluten free.”
Trust me, this rice is out of this world delicious.