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.
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.
Here’s our take on cheddar cheese: it’s good. It’s melty, and salty and goes well with almost everything. But you take that cheddar cheese and make it crunchy and bubbly and brown? What happens in this scenario is the cheese then takes on this toasted, deeply umami flavor and becomes absolutely irresistible. The crunch, the flavor, the slight gooeyness in the middle – it’s all good.
This Chicken and Rice Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette brings together the nuttiness of Riceland Long Grain Brown Rice and the tartness of lemon and lime with purchased deli roasted chicken. It just doesn’t get much simpler than that.
As with any delicious side dish, all it takes is a little bit of imagination to take it from side dish to main dish. The light touch of flavor that coconut milk brings along with buttered onions and curry powder seemed like a perfect compliment to diced sweet potatoes.
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 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.
This recipe is a combination of all of these: ooey gooey, comforting carbs, touch of vegetables, balanced, impressive, easy, satisfying and affordable. Perfect as a main course or as a supporting side dish. Your choice. Either way, you win.