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Recipe Name: Apple Harvest Rice Submitted by: Administrator
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Ethnicity: Last Modified: 2/22/2014
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Number of Servings: 4

Ingredients:
1 Cup(s) Thinly sliced carrots
2 Tablespoon(s) Reduced fat margarine
1 1/4 Cup(s) Water
3/4 Cup(s) Apple juice
2 Tablespoon(s) Lemon Juice
2 Tablespoon(s) Brown sugar
1 Teaspoon(s) Salt
1 Cup(s) Uncooked Rice
1/2 Teaspoon(s) Ground cinnamon
1/2 Cup(s) Raisins
1/2 Cup(s) Sliced green onions
2 Cup(s) Cored, sliced unpeeled
Apples
1 Tablespoon(s) Toasted sesame seeds
Directions:
Cook carrots in margarine til tender-crisp, about 5 minutes. Add
water, apple juice, lemon juice, brown sugar, salt, rice, cinnamon and
raisins. Bring to a boil. REDUCE heat, cover and simmer til rice is
tender and liquid is absorbed, about 15 minutes. Gently stir in green
onions and apples, heat thoroughly. Turn into a serving dish and top
with sesame seeds. Recipe By : Low Fat, No Fat Cooking Fall 1996
p. 59 Posted to JEWISH-FOOD digest V96 #038 Date: Wed, 25 Sep 1996
17:16:07 -0400 From: Linda Shapiro- Naples Florida <lss@coconet.com>
To: andreah@utj.org Cc: jewish-food@eskimo.com Subject: Re: Sukkot
Dinner Ideas Please Message-Id: <199609252134.RAA03150@panix.com>
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7bit > > I just got some really interesting information from a friend
who is > very versed in Judaism :-) > > > Oh, and you are supposed to
have meat too, but I don't know why. She I can think of two reasons
for the meat. One is simple - there is a old saying in Judaism (from
the days when neither was more than weekly fare any way) - "There is
no simcha [joy] without meat and wine." Every meal in the sukkah
should be a celebration (that's why I suggested bread with each meal.)
Another (and this is pure speculation) may harken all the way back to
Temple days, when there would be massive, and ever-increasing, extra
daily sacrifices during the week of Sukkot. This is a pilgrimage
festival as well, so Jerusalem would be filled with people. It just
makes sense that the extra meat (once the priests and Levites get
their shares) would be distributed to the crowds. I could easily be
wrong - anyone know what happened to all the Sukkot sacrifices? ~- One
sharp pepper is better than a basketful of melons. --Jewish Proverb

Nutrition (calculated from recipe ingredients)
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Calories: 265
Calories From Fat: 44
Total Fat: 5.1g
Cholesterol: 5mg
Sodium: 653.2mg
Potassium: 454mg
Carbohydrates: 56g
Fiber: 4.5g
Sugar: 34.6g
Protein: 3.1g


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