|Arroz Rojo - Mexican Red Rice
This dish uses few ingredients but done right
gives a big taste.
A delicious way to do ham with a touch of the Orient.
|A South of the Border treat with black beans and corn.
|Basic Rice Pilaf
This is a bare bones version of Rice Pilaf which can
be jazzed up in many ways.
Basmati Rice with Cashews
|An Indian spiced rice.
|This dish came together using leftovers and staples from my pantry.
|Beefy Spanish Rice
|The addition of ground beef makes this classic side
dish into a delicious main dish.
|Brown Rice Pilaf
|A great pilaf recipe using nutty brown rice.
|Cajun Dirty Rice
|This dish is extremely popular in the deep South.
|Cajun Black Beans and Rice
with Andouille Sausage
|A spicy and so delicious taste of New Orleans.
|A Cajun version of Spanish Rice.
|Easy to make with things normally found in the pantry
|A classic Southern dish with a bit of Creole heat.
|A touch of Indian spices jazzes up this rice dish.
Chicken and Mushrooms
with Wild Rice
|This is a delicious take on chicken and rice
without using canned soup.
|Fried rice can be made in so many delicious ways.
|Easy to make classic stir fry dish.
|Easy to make, delicious, and great for upset
|The exotic taste of turmeric gives
this rice its
|Hearty Tex-Mex Rice and Beans
|A rice and vegetable casserole
with a taste of the
|Easy to make breakfast in a muffin tin.
|This is an easy to make stove top recipe.
|A creamy raisin filled rice pudding that is
|An easy to make and great tasting casserole.
|Pork Fried Rice
|A great use for delicious Chinese barbecued pork.
|The rice in the meatballs
sticks out making them
look like little porcupines.
|A classic Southern recipe.
|A tasty rice treat.
|A luscious dessert that uses up bananas
|A vegetarian version of rice with a Tex-Mex flavor.
|Teriyaki Fried Rice
|Fried rice with a sweeter teriyaki taste.
|Teriyaki Rice Balls
|A ginger infused rice ball that is absolutely delicious.
|Tex-Mex Taco Casserole
|A hearty and tasty casserole
with the taste
of the Southwest.
|This was the first recipe I
ever gave out. It has
always been a comfort food recipe for me.
|A dish to go wild for. A taste treat using different
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