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.
Need an alternative to potato salad at your next big event? All American Creamy Rice Salad is a new take on an old favorite. Riceland Gold Parboiled Long Grain Rice makes this salad a winner.
Crazy Guacamole Salad is a light and delicious side dish to pair with any meal. Riceland Gold Perfected Rice and creamy avocado make this salad a winner.
Creamy Rice Salad is bursting with flavor. Riceland Gold Parboiled Long Grain Rice, creamy ranch and crumbled bacon are the stars of this side dish. Everyone in your family is destined to love it.
While this dish looks like something you would serve at a special event, and you certainly could, it’s so easy to prepare you will want to serve it for an easy family dinner anytime. Just let your family think you went to all kinds of special effort for them. It’ll be our secret.
Looking for a quick and yummy new side dish to add to your week night menu? With a little pecan crunch and a lot of flavor, this Gold Parboiled Long Grain Rice recipe is sure to satisfy!
While black-eyed pea salads are often highlighted during the balmy summer months, there is no reason why they cannot be made year-round. This recipe from Riceland’s America’s Kitchen cookbook combines the freshness of a salad with the savory touch of black-eyed peas and then adds rice for depth and completeness. It is both crisp and solid and makes an excellent side dish or main dish.
Bring out this Riceland Vegetable Dip if you really want to impress your tailgating guests. It’s served cold and it’s chock full of goodness. Plus, it’s best made ahead which is a real plus for your game-day preparations.
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.