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?
For those times when you want to serve your family or a guest something other than chili… but you want that comforting chili kind of meal, this kielbasa and 4-bean skillet over rice dish will hit the spot. The cornucopia combination of warmed beans mixed with sautéed sweet onions and seasonings-with-a-kick will have you reaching for the sour cream and grated cheese faster than you can say, “game on!”
Check out the Grand Prize winning recipe from the 2017 Riceland Rice Cook-Off. This dish was a crowd favorite side dish.
Reminiscent of a Spanish paella or a Creole jambalaya, this Chicken, Sausage, Shrimp, Artichoke and Rice Skillet Dinner can be on your table in 30-45 minutes. It can be personalized to your taste easily by using your preferred meat combinations.
This side dish placed 3rd in 2017 Riceland Rice Cook-Off. We love all the flavors in this dish.
Crazy Cajun Rice and Shrimp Cup from the 2017 Riceland Rice Cook-Off won 1st place in the appetizer category, and we loved every single bite.
This Louisiana style dish won 2nd place in the sides category of the 2017 Riceland Rice Cook-Off.
Are you in a rut when it comes to burgers and other sandwiches? These Salmon and Shrimp Stacks could very well become your new favorite sandwich. They are a great break from beef burgers, but don’t attempt to prepare them on the grill or in the oven. Fry them up in the tiniest bit of Riceland Rice Bran Oil for the best results.
No roux necessary to make this delicious gumbo. Smoked chicken adds a depth of flavor we absolutely love. It's a must try dish.
Spring in the South means it’s crawfish eatin’ time! There’s crawfish pie, fried crawfish, crawfish étouffée and, of course, crawfish boils (or crawfish parties as our New Orleans friends call it). These stuffed peppers are just the thing to give your weeknight meals a Cajun kick.