Top Rated Rice Recipes

Bananas in Coconut Milk
Before taking a cooking class while traveling in Thailand, I did not know much about traditional Thai desserts. I was surprised to learn that the two most common desserts are gluten-free: Bananas in Coconut Milk and mango sticky rice. Although they don't sound complex or very interesting, the flavor proves otherwise. This dessert cooks on the stove top and take less than 15 minutes to make. Personally, I thought my favorite would be the mango sticky rice (the other dessert option) since it has two of my favorite ingredients side-by-side, but the Bananas in Coconut Milk won me over. It is like a dessert soup; a treat that is tropical, yet light and warm enough to give comfort on a chilly night.
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Vegan Kale and Black Sesame Sushi Bowl
This is clean food. Nutty brown sushi rice provides the comforting base for a colorful, satisfying bowl of crisp, zingy, taste-popping flavors. It’s the kind of food I crave for a weekday lunch when I need sustenance for running around. There are a couple of Japanese places in London where they do a bento box full of rice, avocado, and seaweed, which I often pick up on the fly.If I’m at home, though, or if I have time the night before, I make this; it’s as good cold as it is warm. I have written the recipe to serve two but you can double it for a dinner for four — it’s a perfectly complete one-bowl light dinner on a sunny day.Black sesame seeds are pretty dark blue-black seeds and have a distinct, deeper sesame taste than their white counterparts. Black sesame seeds are high in both vitamin E and antioxidants. I buy black sesame seeds from Chinese or Japanese food stores or spice shops. If you can’t find them, just use some well-toasted white ones instead. — Anna Jones, author of A Modern Way to Eat.
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Cranberry Walnut-Stuffed Acorn Squash
Try this healthy, tasty, and nutritious stuffed acorn squash packed with protein and fiber. Serve as a side dish to an elegant roast or eat it all on its own for a light meal.
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Porcini Risotto
A little bit of patience and a lot of stirring is all that’s required to make this risotto incredibly rich, creamy, and tasty.                             This recipe is courtesy of Port and Fin.
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Cauliflower and Chicken Makloubeh
Have you ever cooked upside down? Makloubeh (which translates literally into "upside down") is a famous Levantine one-pot rice, spice, and vegetable dish. You will find different variants of it throughout Syria, Jordan, Palestine, and Lebanon. The name makloubeh or upside down refers to the way this dish is served. You see, this dish is arranged and cooked in a pot and then it is flipped upside down to be served. This is my favorite version, cauliflower chicken makloubeh, but you can use eggplants or a combination of eggplant and cauliflower, and you can add potatoes, carrots, or even chickpeas. Experiment and try different combinations and see which ones you like best. Don’t like chicken? You can cook this using beef instead or skip the meat altogether and make it vegetarian.
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My friend Annie and I have a tradition of going to Chipotle at 11am on Fridays after a fun night out. We're always first in line to enjoy a fresh burrito. But sometimes, depending on location (or time of day) you can't always go Chipotle. For times like these, make your burrito bowls at home. Be sure to perfect the juicy hanger steak and cilantro-lime rice. Click here to see 12 Fresh and New Rice Recipes
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Pine Nut Porridge
Porridge is a popular dish in Korea often served as the first meal of the day or as a snack. There are many variations — some are made with chicken, some are made with kabocha, and others are made with abalone. This one is made with pine nuts, and is often served traditionally during the celebration of the Lunar New Year. — Will Budiaman Click here to see Celebrate the Korean New Year.
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Prime Grill Risotto with Truffle Oil and Mushroom Ragout
Risotto is an easy side dish for any occasion, made special with truffle oil and mushroom ragout. This recipe comes from The Prime Grill Cookbook by David Kolotkin and Joey Allaham. Click here to see Tips for Hosting a Rosh Hashanah Dinner.
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mushroom risotto
During colder weather, many of us are reaching for our favorite comfort foods like mac and cheese and lasagna to keep us warm. And while these foods that are often high in sugar, salt, and carbohydrates may satisfy us in the moment, they don’t offer the best long-term benefits for those of us who are striving for a healthy lifestyle.This wild mushroom risotto is The Kripalu Kitchen’s healthy take on comfort food. Kripalu, is recognized as the largest yoga retreat center, in North America and is a healthy haven for yogis and healthy foodies — offering a mainly vegetarian cuisine made with fresh, local produce. Whole grains, fresh vegetables, and legumes form the backbone of the menu at The Kripalu Kitchen — I while poultry, fish, and dairy are also optional for protein. The Ayurvedic-influenced "Buddha Bar” also offers vegan, gluten-free cuisine.
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Create an even healthier version of sushi with this recipe using parsnip-rice. 
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Guvec
Here's a delicious, one-pot meal that's vegetarian and doesn't require a whole lot in the way of ingredients. Just 10 easy-to-find ingredients and a casserole dish are all that's needed to get dinner on the table in a flash. Serve this with rice or a bulgur pilaf. See all eggplant recipes.
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Teriyaki Beef-Noodle Soup
Just 20 minutes of prep work, and you'll be ready to plug in your slow cooker for a broth-based soup that's richly seasoned with ginger. Use curly dried Chinese egg noodles, rather than rice sticks or rice noodles, for easier serving.
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