If you are looking for the perfect comfort-food dessert for Sunday Supper, potluck, or for any night of the week, this dessert is for you.
Browned butter is incredibly easy and adds a sweet and toasty depth of flavor to almost anything you would use butter on. In case it isn’t obvious, this dish isn’t for the calorie counter, but it’s a perfect way to add a little sweetness and take advantage of Arkansas rice.
Cool weather calls for comfort food and this Chipotle Chicken and Rice soup will have everyone running towards the dinner bell. It’s the perfect recipe to warm you up, on a cool day, with a spicy kick from the chipotle peppers.
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).
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 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!
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.
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.
Horchata is a fabulous drink made from soaked rice. It is often sweetened with honey and spiced with cinnamon and vanilla. Of course there are hundreds of recipes out there. One of the best parts of this smoothie, though, is the fact that you don’t even need to have a horchata base in order to make it have that decadent creaminess. Leftover white rice will do!