This soup will work quite nicely as a brunch dish, a lunchtime treat, or a savory side dish at dinnertime. Keep the main protein light with poached chicken, baked fish, or strips of rotisserie chicken that you picked up at the supermarket on the way home. Dinner is served.
While everything about this is delicious, we are a sucker for the melty Brie and rice combination. That unctuous texture-filled bite is the kind of stuff we live for, and with two of the finest ingredients around, if you ask us.
This 5 Ingredient Taco Bake is one easy dish. It’s low on ingredients and prep time, and crowd pleasing for adults and picky toddlers alike.
These breakfast burritos are easy to make in bulk and they freeze and reheat incredibly well. Filled with Riceland rice, scrambled eggs, bacon and cheese, they are filling enough to get you through until lunchtime. Swap the bacon for sausage, add in some peppers and onions, swap out the cheese for a different variety from time to time. The options are endless!
We love a mason jar salad, and this Greek Brown Rice and Chicken Salad is packed with our medium grain brown rice, feta cheese and a yummy Greek-inspired dressing.
This quick green goddess dressing is simple to throw together and makes it very easy to simply mix and serve this rice dish for any meal or gathering. We think it’s best to stir together when the rice is about room temperature and the dressing is cold; feel free to serve as you see fit.
This recipe may have the shortest recipe name ever but don’t let that deter you. It is worthy enough to be eaten on its own. It plays wonderfully with a side of burgers, tacos, or grilled chicken.
Make breakfast easy again with these honey cinnamon brown rice breakfast parfaits. Layers of slightly sweet and spicy rice, cool yogurt and fresh fruit make this parfait filling and flavorful. Make ahead and store in the refrigerator for a great grab-and-go option that can serve the whole family.
Huevos Rancheros, also known as Rancher’s Eggs, are a deliciously hearty breakfast meal. Huevos Rancheros are traditionally and historically served as a mid-morning fare in rural Mexico with tortilla and a tomato chili sauce. We are bucking from tradition a bit by offering these Rancher’s Eggs cooked with a spicy tomato sauce and served over rice.
We're a big fan of all things ooey-gooey-cheesy. The flavor, the texture, it’s all fantastic and pairs so perfectly with beautifully plump rice; it’s no surprise that cheesy rice is pretty much always good rice!