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.
Most of us are always looking for ways to repurpose leftovers, and this is one of our favorite ways to make the most out of day-old rice. The freshly cooked version just won’t do, but it magically transforms when you fry it with a few Asian staples and veggies! All together this is the perfect combination for delicious fried rice and eggrolls in one.
When it comes to rice dishes there really isn’t anything better than one that is inspired by Asian cuisine. The umami – that extra meaty flavor – that comes from things like soy sauce or fish sauce just bring so much flavor to the already amazing texture of perfectly cooked rice.
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!
Choose whatever vegetables you have fresh from your garden or the farmers market. We prefer to blanch the sturdier vegetables such as broccoli and peppers since we think it tenderizes them and brightens their flavor. Instead of chicken, try pork, shrimp or beef in place of the chicken if you like.
This dish is a delicious side item for any Asian inspired meal. It's easy and full of flavor. Perfect for feeding your hungry family.
This Asian style shrimp and brown rice dish is sure to be a crowd pleaser. From the 2016 Whole Grain Sampling Day eCookbook.
Get creative in the kitchen, and whip up Kimchi Fried Rice to add a little kick to your weeknight dinner routine.
Heat both vegetable and sesame oil in a large skillet or wok over medium-high heat. Add shrimp and stir fry until cooked through, about 2 ...
This vegetable fried rice, made with Riceland Brown Rice, is packed with color and flavor thanks to a mix of edamame, asparagus, sweet peppers, peas and carrots. Eggs provide protein to the dish, but you could also toss in some chopped, cooked chicken or shrimp to boost the protein content even further.