Recipe Exchange: Recipes recall Shone...

Recipe Exchange: Recipes recall Shoney's specialty

There are 22 comments on the St. Louis Post-Dispatch story from Aug 1, 2007, titled Recipe Exchange: Recipes recall Shoney's specialty. In it, St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that:

“The ingredients included frozen strawberries, sweetened condensed milk and cream cheese (I believe)”

Q: I'd like the recipe for Shoney's strawberry pie. I've tried several recipes, but they are not as tasty as Shoney's with their special topping. via St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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Deb

AOL

#1 Oct 23, 2007
I have been searching for shoneys breakfast rice recipe, It was made with sausage,, does anyone know this recipe? And would share thanks
orion

Saint Louis, MO

#2 Oct 24, 2007
IT SURE SOUNDS GOOD
Deb

AOL

#3 Nov 4, 2007
hello it is good :) I found it ..
tennessee pride sauage, onions, rice,worcestershire sauce
marilyn

United States

#4 Nov 20, 2007
Deb wrote:
hello it is good :) I found it ..
tennessee pride sauage, onions, rice,worcestershire sauce
This is
my first visit to a forum....what do I do now? I want that recipe for Shoney's breakfast rice!!!
Help.....
marilyn

United States

#5 Nov 20, 2007
This is my first visit to a forum...how do I get that recipe, deb? I want that recipe for Shoney's Breakfast Rice....
Dirty Guy

Saint Louis, MO

#6 Nov 20, 2007
I never had breakfast rice at Shoneys.

It might be like the quick and easy "Dirty Rice" I have had plenty of places and also made myself.

DIRTY RICE
(Cooking difficulty Level 1 - about as difficult as Hamburger Helper)
- Brown/cook loosely ONE pound of pork sausage of your choice and drain off excess grease (I press mine in paper towels a bit to get out more grease...healthier but a little less flavor)
- Cook two (2) packages of Uncle Ben's Wild Rice (it has spices mixed in already)
- Gently mix the two together after they are cooked and while still hot

You can add anything else that you think might ADD to the mix like...
A little sauted diced green pepper (will remind you of stuffed green peppers).
I like adding a little corn for texture and color.
I've seen Ramen Noodles added as fill and texture.

It's VERY easy and tastes pretty good. Can be a side or the entree...really. Some people just love it.
Billie Fredell

Morganton, NC

#7 Nov 25, 2007
Deb wrote:
I have been searching for shoneys breakfast rice recipe, It was made with sausage,, does anyone know this recipe? And would share thanks
Do you use white rice or brown rice? some where I read to add texas pete and hot peppers
Adolph

Blue Springs, MO

#9 Nov 26, 2007
How about a "G" for gone for many years.
Lady wrote:
SHOWNEYS IS HORRIBLE!!!!!!!!!!
stl COUNTY HAS GIVEN THEM A D HEALTH RATING FOR YEARS
Karan

Frankfort, OH

#10 Jul 25, 2008
marilyn wrote:
<quoted text>
This is
my first visit to a forum....what do I do now? I want that recipe for Shoney's breakfast rice!!!
Help.....
I would like this recipe thank you
Karan

Frankfort, OH

#11 Jul 25, 2008
I would like the recipe for Shoneys breakfast rice
Karan

Frankfort, OH

#12 Jul 25, 2008
i would like the Shoneys breakfast rice recipe
Rhett

Coosada, AL

#13 Aug 3, 2008
gee this must be a tough one.....I want it too :)
Dirty Rice Fan

Saint Louis, MO

#14 Aug 4, 2008
Dirty Guy wrote:
I never had breakfast rice at Shoneys.
It might be like the quick and easy "Dirty Rice" I have had plenty of places and also made myself.
DIRTY RICE
(Cooking difficulty Level 1 - about as difficult as Hamburger Helper)
- Brown/cook loosely ONE pound of pork sausage of your choice and drain off excess grease (I press mine in paper towels a bit to get out more grease...healthier but a little less flavor)
- Cook two (2) packages of Uncle Ben's Wild Rice (it has spices mixed in already)
- Gently mix the two together after they are cooked and while still hot
You can add anything else that you think might ADD to the mix like...
A little sauted diced green pepper (will remind you of stuffed green peppers).
I like adding a little corn for texture and color.
I've seen Ramen Noodles added as fill and texture.
It's VERY easy and tastes pretty good. Can be a side or the entree...really. Some people just love it.
That's the way I make it too.(Uncle Ben's Long Grain and Wild Rice and Jimmy Dean pork sausage...Ben and Jimmy's? Hmmm?)
Good eats.
Can also add some scrambled eggs.
I like mine with some cayenne pepper sprinkled on it.
lori

Taylorsville, KY

#15 Sep 2, 2008
I love the breakfast rice too, so I asked them how to make it.They let me buy the seasoning mix at the restraunt for $3.85 you melt the mix, butter, onions green peppers, red peppers and sausage that is finely chopped cooked and drained, and then add it to white rice The only problem I see is that they make so much that the bag of seasoning is for two industrial sized boil-in-the bag rice, I'm thinking of making it all and trying to freeze it in smaller portions
Steve_in_St_Loui s

Cape Girardeau, MO

#16 Dec 27, 2008
It's a bummer that Shoney's pulled out of the St. Louis market at least 10 years ago. Believe it or not, I was also searching for their breakfast rice recipe! That stuff is SO good.
pikeville ky

United States

#17 Mar 20, 2009
lori wrote:
I love the breakfast rice too, so I asked them how to make it.They let me buy the seasoning mix at the restraunt for $3.85 you melt the mix, butter, onions green peppers, red peppers and sausage that is finely chopped cooked and drained, and then add it to white rice The only problem I see is that they make so much that the bag of seasoning is for two industrial sized boil-in-the bag rice, I'm thinking of making it all and trying to freeze it in smaller portions
Would you know the nutrition label for this as one serving?
anna

Arequipa, Peru

#18 Nov 26, 2009
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Copycat

United States

#19 Apr 7, 2012
I looked online and couldn't find the recipe, so I shot it from the hip. I made a 2-cup batch of white instant rice. While the rice was doing its thing, I cooked a half pound of turkey breakfast sausage with a half cup of each: green bell, red bell, and white onion, all diced in very small pieces. Chop up the sausage as small as you can. When the turkey/veggie mix was done, I threw the rice in with a half stick of butter and turned the heat up to medium-high (you want to sear the outside of the rice, not cook it to mush). I added a half teaspoon of poultry seasoning, a few shakes of garlic powder and black pepper, and two crushed/powdered chicken bouillon cubes, then salted to taste. I stirred it on med-hi heat until the rice was done (5-8 min). If it's not dead-on, it was extremely close. The chicken bouillon adds that missing mystery-dimension. Any time you fry freshly cooked rice, it's very important to stir it frequently. If it's sticking, add oil or butter, or it will scorch/disintegrate. I was worried if my wife and son wouldn't like it. HUGE hit btw...
sceniccityred

Signal Mountain, TN

#20 Jul 19, 2012
It is the seasoning packet from Shoney's that makes this rice. Pretty basic otherwise: browned sausage, onion, bell pepper....LOVE IT!
jackiepitt

Charlotte, NC

#21 Sep 13, 2014
Deb wrote:
I have been searching for shoneys breakfast rice recipe, It was made with sausage,, does anyone know this recipe? And would share thanks
I just asked the waitress she said sausage onions peppers special seasonings like taco seasonings she said and sour cream. I don't taste the sour cream . I do agree the seasoning taste like uncle Bens but it is white rice

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