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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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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Pork Belly Burrito
This burrito is probably the happiest accident of my modern life. I set out to make a pork burrito, and as I walked down the meat aisle I saw pork belly, delicious, succulent, awesome pork belly just staring at me. So I bought it and, well, the rest is history. The pork in this recipe has a "barbecue" essence to it that complements the cilantro-lime rice very well! Click here to see 6 Burrito Recipes: Simple or Sophisticated, You Decide.
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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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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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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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Bae Chu Kimchi
I love Korean food! I must admit that I never ate Korean food until I went to college in downtown Los Angeles in an area very close to many Asian communities like San Pedro and Monterey Park. The closest Asian district to where I went to school was along Vermont Ave in Los Angeles and here I found China Town, Korea Town, Viet Nam Town, etc. You just name it and there as an Asian “Town” to be found and along with that the foods that came along with them. One of my favorite foods is Kimchi and this is Bae Chu Kimchi the most popular Kimchi recipe  
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• 2 steaks (or leftover roast beef) • 1 1/2 tablespoons fish sauce • 2 spring onions • 2 – 3 chili powder • 2 shallots, sliced • Bunch of mint • 1 1/2 tablespoons toasted rice • Lime juice Grill or pan fry the steaks for about 8 minutes, turning regularly, and cook until you are happy. (I like mine medium rare, so cook for a little longer if you prefer your steak more well done.) Remove from heat and place the steak sit on a plate to relax. Mix together the thinly sliced shallots, spring onion and mint leaves. Slice the steak into thin slices Add lime juice, shallot, green onion, mint leaves, ground chili pepper, ground toasted rice and fish sauce to the steak. Mix well. Check seasoning and serve (traditionally with sticky rice) www.rovingchef.net http://www.boroughmarket.org.uk  
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'Mock' Sushi
This recipe is perfect when you're strapped for time, and kids will think you're super fancy for serving something sushi-like for dinner (and have a blast building their own handrolls). Just grab your favorite vegetables (cucumbers and asparagus work well), some steamed shrimp, and soy sauce to fix it all up. Click here to see Fast and Furious Dinner Recipes — 20 Minutes or Less.
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Risotto Milanese
Though this is delicious even in its simplicity, I give it distinction with a sprinkling of truffle salt. Truffle butter would also take this dish over the top; use it in place of the 2 tablespoons of butter at the end. You can also use this basic technique to try all varieties of risotto in your slow cooker. Want mushroom risotto? Sauté the mushrooms with the onion and eliminate the saffron. Easy. Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes  
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Sunchoke Risotto
Also known as Jerusalem artichokes, sunchokes impart a subtle taste not unlike their namesake's to this creamy, golden risotto. Even when thoroughly cooked, sunchokes provide a bit of fresh-tasting crunchiness to any recipe. This classic risotto, distinguished by the use of sparkling wine in place of still, which delivers a delicate twist on the palate, makes a fine first course or a light main course.  Arborio rice is a short-grained Italian rice named for the town where it is grown. Blessed with a high starch content, it is particularly creamy and chewy — two characteristics that make it an ideal flavor vector. Arborio rice is widely available in specialty-food shops and most fine supermarkets.  You'll have more than a half-bottle of bubbly left over after cooking, so keep the rest chilled for drinking. — Jeff Morgan Adapted from "Domaine Chandon" by Jeff Morgan.  
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Japanese Curry
The truth is that this is not a very pretty dish and never will be. But it's good, so good. I've served it over Japanese short-grain rice but like it best when I use basmati… that slight nuttiness only adds to the overall flavor. Don't let this ugly duckling fool you; make this dish!
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