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This recipe for Irish Rice, by Jane Near, is from The Gleeson Family Cookbook ,
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1 head cabbage finely chopped 1 Bermuda onion chopped 1 stick butter 10 C cooked rice 2 eggs beaten Garlic salt and pepper
Sauté onion and cabbage in melted butter. Add cooked rice and mix together. Make hole in the center of the rice and pour eggs into center. Mix eggs with rice mixture until thoroughly cooked. Season with garlic, salt and pepper. This is great with Jane's Chicken Fingers!
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