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Why do people call Rice-A-Roni the San Francisco Treat?

Rice-A-Roni is called "The San Francisco Treat" because the company and the product originated there.

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When were the first Rice-A-Roni and Pasta Roni products made?

Rice-A-Roni was introduced in 1958 and Pasta Roni, which was originally called Noodle Roni, launched in 1964. Learn more about the history of these products here.

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How do I prepare more than one box at the same time?

We don’t recommend preparing more than two boxes at a time. To make two boxes, follow the range top directions, but use double the amount of added ... Read More

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What are the preparation steps for Rice-A-Roni cups?

Pour the seasoning pouch that comes with the product into the cup and add water to the fill line indicated. Stir well and microwave uncovered on high ... Read More

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What is the best way to store and reheat?

Store: Leftover product should be refrigerated in a tightly sealed storage container or zip lock plastic bag. For best results, store products in your ... Read More

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Can Rice-A-Roni be made in the oven?

No. The saute step is important, and it isn't possible to brown the rice in the oven. Therefore, we do not recommend making Rice-A-Roni in the oven.

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What are the alternate methods for cooking Rice-A-Roni cups?

Two cups at a time in a microwave: Add seasoning to each cup, add water to line on each cup, and stir. Microwave on high for 6 minutes, let stand 2 ... Read More

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What can I do to keep the water from boiling over in the microwave when making Rice-A-Roni cups?

You can either stop the microwave half way through the cooking process, give it a stir then continue cooking, or pour the ingredients and water into a larger bowl before microwaving.

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Why does it say "microwaveable round glass casserole?"

Glass is recommended because not all plastic and ceramic containers are safe and functional for the microwave. Food in round containers heats more evenly than square or rectangular containers.

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There is a range of cooking time in the microwave directions. What amount of time do I use?

Our preparation directions are tested and developed in 600, 700, 800, 900 and 1000 watt microwave ovens. The lower the wattage of the oven, the longer ... Read More

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