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Knorr Mi Arroz Rice Seasoning Mix, White, 0.19 Pound (Pack of 24)

from Knorr
2.1 out of 5 stars 67 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Makes perfect rice every time

Product Description

Product Description

Knorr mi arroz seasoning mix allows you to cook perfect rice every time. For rice that doesn't stick, is fluffy and easy to prepare try the new mi arroz seasoner. The seasoning mix delivers perfect rice and saves cooking time because it substitutes blending vegetables into the rice. Each sachet makes 1 and 1/2 cups of uncooked long grain rice. This is a cooking aid, it does not contain rice.

From the Manufacturer

Make great-tasting rice every time with Knorr Mi Arroz White Rice Seasoning Mix. White rice seasoning features great onion and garlic flavors for rice with just the right taste and texture. Mi Arroz mixes help you easily prepare delicious nonsticky rice with the Knorr taste you know and enjoy.

Knorr Mi Arroz White Rice Seasoning Mix
Knorr Mi Arroz White Rice Seasoning Mix
Directions

Make Knorr Mi Arroz Rice for your family in three easy steps. First, fry the rice. Then add water. Finally, add a sachet of Knorr Mi Arroz and continue cooking until rice is fully cooked.

Discover Knorr Mi Arroz Seasoning Mix

Prepare delicious rice with the great taste of Knorr. Mi Arroz is available in Red Rice and White Rice Seasoning Mixes.

History of Knorr

The Knorr brand was founded in 1838 when Carl Heinrich Knorr recognized the need for quickly prepared, nutritious meals. He went to extraordinary lengths to create an innovative process to retain nutritional value while cutting down cook time. Now, Knorr has become an international brand reaching more than 320 million people daily through side dishes, bouillons, sauces, gravies, soups, baking bags, seasonings, and dressings. Today, Knorr products are sold in more than 80 countries.

What's in the Box

Knorr Mi Arroz White Rice Seasoning Mix

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Key Features
  • Seasoning for white rice
  • Onion and garlic flavors
  • Makes rice that won't stick
  • Simple, easy-to-prepare mix

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B00C1CLQGC
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #452,713 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
This is a really pointless product. It's basically just adding extra steps to the preparation of white rice. The lasting effect is that it makes your rice salty. There is none of the other flavors from the ingredients list. No garlic or onion flavor it is just salt. The product is full of sodium so be careful if you have a sodium problem. All in all, I find this to be a completely pointless product.
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By Cynthia on August 14, 2013
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Knorr often has great flavored cooking aids. This isn't one of them. The taste doesn't justify the amount of salt and msg it has. These are two things most people try to avoid in their diet. On the plus side it's easy to prepare though it's not worth the effort. I've also tried the red rice flavor which I also did not like however this variety is even worse than the red.
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இ Fuzzy Wuzzy's Summary:
ѾѾ Not recommended. This product gives me cold pricklies.

First of all, if you are highly sensitive to MSG or glutamates, you should not use this product. Although I tend to avoid products containing MSG, I am not sensitive or allergic to it, and MSG and all its glutamate-containing variants are far more ubiquitous in processed foods than many of us realize.

The ingredients in each of the four packets of this Knorr "Mi Arroz" rice seasoning are: salt, natural and artificial flavor (whatever that means??), monosodium glutamate, corn starch, silicon dioxide, cellulose gum, autolyzed yeast extract (barley), sugar, disodium inosinate, and partially hydrogenated soybean oil. The MSG and autolyzed yeast extract both contain glutamates, although autolyzed yeast has less glutamate concentration than MSG. Both of these ingredients, along with disodium inosinate, are designed to provide a savory umami taste. Your tongue actually has taste bud receptors that specifically taste for glutamates and favorably respond to the savory flavor of glutamates. Prior to the discovery of the fifth basic taste of umami, only four basic taste receptors were believed to exist on the tongue: sweet, salty, sour, bitter. Now there are five acknowledged taste sensations that we all have in our mouths, with a sixth possible taste possibly being for fat. The umami taste is a savory brothy sensation that MSG and all its glutamate variants appeases. A person's first experience with the umami taste may be with mother's breast milk, which has as much umami taste as a brothy soup.
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I was excited to try this in hopes of getting rice like my favorite tortilleria. I followed the directions perfectly. They were simple.

But the only flavor I got was salt. I could not identify one other flavor profile. The red one was just as bad. I ended up giving the rice to my cows. Very disappointing.
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I should have read the nutrition facts first. This is the worst thing for your health. And to top it all, it doesn't taste good either.

I have been cooking rice for about 2 decades now. I can make it in my sleep. I wanted to try something new and tried this mix. It was a mistake from the start. The instructions on the packet are all backwards. Why would you fry uncooked rice and then add water?

I cooked the rice as the instructions dictated without adding any other ingredients as I normally would. When I initially tasted it I noticed the very strong salt taste and that extreme lack of flavor. See, for all of the numerous ingredients that they list, it doesn't taste like anything but salt. The salt flavor is overpowering. I ate about half a cup. Then I dumped the rest of the pot. Such a waste of food. I had to drink 2 glasses of water trying to get the saltiness out of my mouth.

I then looked at the ingredients..... :0
The amount of salt in just 1 packet is over 200% of your daily value. 200%! The recommended daily value is 2,400 mg of sodium. Just one packet has 3,960 mg of salt. The crafty people that make this advertise the serving size as 1/6 of the packet. But, you need a whole packet to cook the rice. This is actually worse than ramen noodles. I never thought I would see something worse than ramen noodles.

I am very disappointed in Knorr, a brand I have used for many years, for making such a bad, unhealthy, and tasteless product.

Just add regular salt to your rice. This seasoning is completely unnecessary.
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Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
What is the point of this product? It contains 4 little packets of mostly salt. I could add salt to rice by myself, or just have Ramen noodles if I wanted a starch and salt combo. In case this was not clear, there is no rice included in Mi Arroz (which means My Rice, in Spanish).

SPECS:
- 4 packets, each with .42 oz of salt, an undisclosed flavor, MSG, corn starch, silicone dioxide, cellulose gum, barley extract, sugar, disodium inosinate, and partially hydrogenated soybean oil.

THOUGHTS:
- Way more salt per serving than is recommended in a day: the box lists 660 mg per serving. A serving, again, per the box, is 1/6 of a packet. The FDA reports that 480 mg or more of sodium per serving is high....doing the math, ONE PACKET would supply 3,960 mg of salt. That's just shy of 4k grams of salt if you add the packet to some rice and eat the whole thing.
- I'm going to just pause here and reflect on the 4 thousand grams of salt.
- I have no idea what the "natural and artificial flavors" are, because they don't tell you on the box or packets. The flavor might be onions and garlic, but that's a guess based on photos on the packaging. The only flavor actually indicated in words is WHITE.
- MSG is a flavor enhancer. A lot of people like the taste, but some people get headaches from it. Just be aware of this. It's also a form of salt. For more information, the FDA classifies MSG as "generally safe", and the Mayo Clinic website warns against MSG symptom complex, which has a whole suite of unpleasant temporary symptoms, if you are susceptible.
- Silicone dioxide is found mainly in quartz, and sand. The Wikipedia says silicone dioxide is used in foods as a 'flow agent' - this is mainly - I assume - what keeps the rice from clumping.
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