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Top Rated Rice Recipes

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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5

This flavorful chicken recipe is not only but easy to prepare, but will become a new family favorite. 
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4

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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congee
If you don’t already have cooked rice in your fridge, use 1 1/2 cups of uncooked rice (I usually have jasmine rice at home). You’ll have to extend the cooking time to 1-1/2 to 2 hours but you’ll still be rewarded with a bowl of yummy goodness that is soothing both spiritually and physically. If I have some on hand, I also like to add small cubes of sweet potato toward the end of cooking to add sweetness and texture to the final dish.This recipe is courtesy of theasiangrandmotherscookbook.com
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Asparagus and Goat Cheese Frittata
“When I put these ingredients in my rice cooker, I knew the flavors would complement each other, but I wondered what the dish would look like. It was lovely! The soft, melting goat cheese mingled with the asparagus and creamy eggs. The frittata makes a great light supper or luncheon dish; serve it with a fruit salad.” — Diane Phillips, author of The Everyday Rice Cooker: Soups, Sides, Grains, Mains, and More
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This is a traditional paella recipe with an Italian twist, and it's a great family-style meal because it can go right in the center of the table for everyone to serve themselves. Don’t forget to include fresh Italian bread to dip into the pan juices. Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
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Executive chef Andy Choi of Cherry in New York City puts his own spin on chicken wings by creating a spicy sauce made with red pepper paste and bacon fat drippings.  Click here to see 24 Chicken Wing Recipes for Fall
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3.5

Shrimp Étouffée
Etouffée means "smothered," as any fan of Cajun cooking knows, and Joshua Marks didn't skip any of the classic vegetables in the sauce that smothered his shrimp. This is a finely honed version of the traditional preparation, and even though a stick of butter may seem generous for a pound of shrimp… well, the dish would miss it if you used less. To get the roux to a medium golden color and cook it properly, you need this volume of butter and flour. And it's true to the spirit of generations of generous, open-handed Cajun cooks, who aren't known for starting a dish with merely a tablespoon or two of butter! Once the wine and stock have gone in, the sauce simmers until it's thick and smooth. At this point, your étouffée is pretty much ready, so don't add the shrimp until the rice is cooked and your guests are seated at the table. It doesn't take long to smother the shrimp once they go in. Click here to see Cook Like a MasterChef at Home.
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Chicken with Mushrooms, Rice, and Marsala Cream Sauce
When my kids were young and I was a single parent I recall making a lot of casseroles, some planned and some much like what I did for dinner on this night. Leftovers were golden and casseroles like this were a favorite. It all started with some leftover chicken, mushrooms that were still good but might not be in another couple of days, and some rice in the pantry. Those ingredients combined in a Marsala cream sauce made for a quick and tasty meal. See all chicken recipes.
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Spring Rolls with Sesame Ponzu Vinaigrette
This is one of my husband’s and my favorite dishes, and I hope everyone enjoys this meal with family and friends. It’s a Southeast Asian dish with a Japanese twist. See all appetizer recipes.
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Shrimp and Mango Summer Rolls
I call these light, fresh-tasting rolls summer rolls because they feature basil, an herb I associate with that season. Mangos, a warm-weather fruit, add tropical allure, and nicely accent the sweetness of the shrimp. Sambal adds heat, which is "cooled" by fresh mint. In other words, this dish is a party for your mouth. I like to wrap these in rice paper, but, for simplicity and even more freshness, you can use lettuce leaves instead. Click here to see Beam Ming Tsai into the Kitchen.
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Chef Dale Talde coats chicken wings in a rich flour batter before deep-frying and tossing with a sweet and spicy Kung Pao-inspired sauce, topped with chopped peanuts, cilantro, and scallions and served with a buttermilk ranch sauce. Click here to see 24 Chicken Wing Recipes for Fall Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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2.5