In article , email@example.com () writes: |> In Hawaii they make a dish called Long Rice. I found this recipe in a Hawaiian cookbook. I love this dish, but haven't try making it yet. Do share on how it turns out. 1 chicken, about 3 lbs. water 1/2" slice of ginger, crushed 1 bundle long rice, soaked in water to soften salt to taste 3 stalks green onions Place chicken in a large pot and cover with water. Add ginger and bring to a boil; lower heat and simmer about 45 minutes to an hour, or until meat falls away from the bones. Remove chicken from broth and discard bones. Return chicken to broth and add long rice. Simmer until about half of the broth is absorbed by the long rice. Season with salt and add green onions just before serving.
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