No More Boring Rice Recipes

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Rice is a staple for the majority of the world's population, but that doesn't mean it has to be an afterthought or filler at the bottom of a bowl! Here are a bunch of tasty ways to make your rice come alive with flavors and techniques from around the world.

Upside-Down Rice Cake

upside down rice cake
Maghluba means ‘upside down’ in Arabic, and this rice cake is a traditional Palestinian dish that usually includes meat.

Cashew Fried Rice

Cashew Fried Rice
Cold, day-old rice…is the secret to excellent fried rice. If your rice is too hot it won’t fry properly; it turns to mush. Using leftover rice or any grain for that matter is the perfect solution...

Sweet Chili Lime Fried Rice 

Sweet Chili Lime Fried Rice 
A twist on fried rice that will make your mouth love Cajun cooking even more!

Poached Egg and Congee Rice

Congee Rice with Poached Eggs Recipe
From the Posh Eggs cookbook, this is a cleansing bowl of comfort food.

Spanglish Fried Rice

Why should fried rice be limited to Chinese menus? Adding other vegetables and spices like those here yields a delicious Latin version.

Coconut Rice

Coconut Rice
The marriage of rice and coconut makes magic: they both grow in the same climates/areas (India, Southeast Asia, and Sri Lanka, to name a few), many of which are influences in Macanese cuisine.

Rice and Cheese Fritters

Rice and cheese fritters
Delicious on their own, these fritters can also be used as a filling for a wrap or a pita bread sandwich.

Thai Tofu and Rice

Thai Tofu and Rice
Tofu and coconut milk take over your typical chicken and rice casserole. This vegetarian, Thai-influenced version ditches the usual cream-based sauce and is loaded with vegetables and whole grain...

Vegan Jollof Rice

vegan jollof rice
"As soon as I witnessed that steaming pot of goodness in all its tomato-ey glory I just knew I had to recreate it in my own kitchen."

Black Walnut Wild Rice

Black Walnut Wild Rice
Black walnuts have a very bold and earthy. They work best in recipes without competing flavors. You can also easily add them to salad, cereal, brownie mix, or sprinkled on ice cream or yogurt.
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