There is a reason why sushi-to-go is popping up in finer grocery stores everywhere… they’re satisfying and delicious. We think our medium-grain brown rice is a perfect compliment to this vegetable sushi.
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 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.
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!
For this recipe, all you need on hand is Riceland rice, jarred pesto, a lemon and some boneless, skinless chicken breast. And if you’re feeling fancy, you can add some shavings of Parmesan cheese on top before serving.
This Mexican Street Corn and Rice Skillet will add the right kind of summer heat with spices, some crunch from the fresh sweet corn, a little kick of acidity from the lime, and a perfect tender bite from the rice. These ingredients plus a few more make a killer combination.
We dare say the most preferred way to serve up a plate of okra is when it’s fried. But you don’t want to fry that okra up naked! We use our gluten-free Whole Grain Fish Breading combine with gluten-free panko and rice flour as a breading mix for okra fries.
Schezwan fried rice is one of the famous Indo–Chinese street food. It is fiery sauce with lots of garlic, chilies and onion; and it goes well with veggies, shrimp or fish or chicken.
The rice soaks up so much flavor in the cooking process, and then a quick dose of sweet chili sauce, soy sauce and sprinkle of green onions really take it to the next level. If you’re in the mood for making an addictive new rice recipe, this one is for you!