This idea for a portable fajita tapas bar is part taco-night and part date-night. Throw in a couple of kids and you’ve got the makings of a memory-maker.
Fajita Night just got better with our Brown Rice Cantina Bowl. This dish packs major flavor, and it has the added health benefits of whole grain medium grain brown rice. It's a must-try.
A traditional tamale pie has a thick cornbread crust on top. It is all manner of delicious and certainly something that can be made into a gluten-free wonder, but we love being able to utilize the surprising and bold texture of rice in this dish. It’s not traditional, no, but what it lacks in tradition it more than makes up for in flavor.
This dip is a meal-appetizer hybrid. It could be served while watching a game, but it has enough substance from the Riceland Medium Grain White Rice, beef, and beans to serve as a main dish, too.
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 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.
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.
Layers upon layers make these nachos great. All you have to do is grab a cast iron skillet, a bag of Riceland Long Grain Rice, and some leftover turkey. Now you are ready to create the best leftover turkey meal ever.
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.
This recipe takes a large sized baking pan taco casserole and shrinks it down into individual personal-sized taco casseroles. And, just like their grown up versions, everybody loves them. They’re pretty easy to make ahead of time and reheat.