Cool weather calls for comfort food and this Chipotle Chicken and Rice soup will have everyone running towards the dinner bell. It’s the perfect recipe to warm you up, on a cool day, with a spicy kick from the chipotle peppers.
This soup is sparking on all cylinders. Comfort factor? Check. Protein rich? Check. Immunity booster? Check. Carbohydrate happiness factor? Check, check, and check.
From start to finish this Creamy Poblano Chicken and Rice recipe is super easy and carries a deliciously spicy kick. It’s what I like to call a “One Pan Wonder”. The whole dish cooks in one pan and takes less than 30 mins from prep to table.
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.
For dinner whip up a batch of these Creole Shrimp and Smoked Gouda Rice Grits. While it’s a dish fit for any fancy dinner party, your family is sure to love it on your regular dinner menu rotation as well. They deserve it, don’t you think?
This casserole would go nicely with meat, poultry and fish. The crunch is an added touch that gives some depth to this casserole. Walnuts, sunflower seeds, and sliced almonds all have a unique texture that makes each bite interesting. The sweet onions and melted cheese takes it from a so-so side dish to a so-so-so-delicious side dish!
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!
Most of us are always looking for ways to repurpose leftovers, and this is one of our favorite ways to make the most out of day-old rice. The freshly cooked version just won’t do, but it magically transforms when you fry it with a few Asian staples and veggies! All together this is the perfect combination for delicious fried rice and eggrolls in one.