This is your moment, rice. You can be the star of the show, a main dish. Man up and let's go.
A quick, nutritious, low-fat recipe that's inexpensive to make, yet has a ton of flavor. The medley of beans pairs nicely with the wild rice. Serve with a loaf of fresh bread and you're in heaven!
This is a filling and tasty dish that can either serve as a unique starchy side or, along with a vegetable dish, a good vegetarian meal.
My Grandma used to make this for us all the time because it's quick and easy, and cheap. Chocolate rice is a Guamanian dessert almost like sweet chocolate porridge.
A quick and easy recipe using very few ingredients. Other ingredients can be added to make this a recipe to remember.
A simple rice salad with yellow curry, marinated artichoke hearts, served hot or cold.
My brother Jake and I ate this dish almost everyday on a surfing trip to Costa Rica. This is my best approximation of it. Very hearty, tasty meal.
If the Doc says heart-healthy, this is a great low-sodium side dish. Simple and fast to make, but very tasty and easily modified to your individual likes.
A Mexican meal is not complete without this tasty little side dish. Easy to prepare and full of flavor.
A simple delicious risotto with sun-dried and Roma tomatoes. I like to add in turkey polpettini (small meatballs about the size of a nickel).
This is a delicious dinner with minimal preparation required.
This is a quick side dish that is great with any Mexican dish.
Browning rice before steaming gives it a great nutty flavor that complements most dishes. This rice can easily be used where long grained and brown rice usually used. This is great under tomato and chicken based recipes.
My Grandparents always made this for family get-togethers and potlucks.
Growing up, this was the one dish we always looked forward to. We only had it twice a year, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Before Grandma passed away, she gave us the recipe. Enjoy.
This casserole is delicious, easy to make, and goes well with just about any dish. Great for potluck and holiday dinners.
Pan fried Italian sausages are layered into this hearty casserole and topped with plenty of Cheddar cheese.
A delicious and fairly easy to make 'casserole' type of recipe that combines marinated chicken with rice, cheese, and broccoli. It mainly uses a Broccoli & Cheese rice mix (like Uncle Ben's, Lipton, etc.), I use the Broccoli & Cheese, but experiment with other mixes to find the flavor you like!)
I was looking for a recipe that would use some ingredients I had around the house. I couldn't find one for a hamburger and rice casserole, so this is the result. It is tasty and easy enough to prepare.
My all-time favorite recipe, which my Dad makes every year on New Years Day for the college Bowl games. I prefer the ham hocks, but you can substitute a ham bone for them. To slice the sausage easier, put it in the freezer for about 20 minutes first. The longer you cook it the creamier the beans get; I love to let it simmer all day, the smell is wonderful. Serve with hot rice.
Delicious chicken and rice meal that everyone will love!