Fancy Brown Rice

48 servings

This innovative rice features Worcestershire sauce, paprika, mushrooms and brown rice.


7 oz. + ½ tsp. chicken base
1 gal. + 1 qt. + 1 cup + 2 oz. + 1 7/16 tsp. water
1 oz. Worcestershire sauce
1 oz. ground black pepper
1 oz. paprika
2 lb. butter
5 oz. + 1 tbsp. + 1 13/16 tsp. dried minced onions
3 lb. brown rice
2 cups mushrooms 


1. Place first eight ingredients in stockpot. Mix thoroughly.

2. Measure rice in pan.

3. Add mushrooms to panned rice.

4. Pour liquid over rice and mushrooms.

Recipe by Corpus Christi Independent School District, Corpus Christi, Texas

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