What sets this Coconut Cardamom Rice Custard apart from its cousin variation of rice pudding is the custard. There’s a full layer of light custard flavored with the sweetness of coconut and the hint of cardamom joining with a layer of Riceland Long Grain White Rice and golden raisins (optional).
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.
Schezwan fried rice is one of the famous Indo–Chinese street food. It is fiery sauce with lots of garlic, chilies and onion; and it goes well with veggies, shrimp or fish or chicken.
Indian cooking doesn't have to be complicated! This easy Curried Chicken and Brown Rice comes together in just 30 minutes for a fast and flavorful dinner.
Curry doesn’t always have to be spicy; it provides a great depth of flavor in addition to heat, which makes the pairing with coconut so perfect. The heat is reduced by the creaminess and slight sweetness of the coconut milk, and rice is just the best vehicle to carry this sweet and spicy combination. But let’s be honest, rice is pretty much the best vehicle for almost anything!
For those times when you are craving Indian food and a) it is ten o’clock at night, b) you live nowhere near an Indian food restaurant, and c) you try to eating a frozen dinner instead but it just isn’t cutting it, this is the moment when you realize it is time to finally learn how to make your own chicken curry.
Pal Payasam, or Indian Rice Pudding, is an easy and tasty dessert you can whip up any day, any time. Traditionally in India, it is made during celebrations; marriages, naming ceremonies, feasts etc.
This one-pot dish has layers of comfort food from the cheesy sauce base that hugs the chicken to the saffron-touched rice. Add a slight depth of heat with the addition of the jalapeno and now you have something to really spice up dinner.
Biriyani/Biryani is an aromatic, festive rice dish made in India and Pakistan, and is also popular in the Middle East and Southeast Asia. It is a rich dish and mainly served in the Royal kitchen of Mughal Emperors. There are about 1,001 variations, and each is delicious in its own way, some built around vegetables and some layered with meat and spices.
An Indian inspired dish to break up your weeknight meal routine. From the 2016 Whole Grain Sampling Day eCookbook.