Top Rated Rice Recipes

Hainanese chicken rice has become a famous dish thanks to its key components. There’s the rice, which is cooked with chicken fat and chicken, and three amazing dipping sauces: a chile sauce, a ginger sauce, and a sweet, dark black soy sauce. This recipe takes some concentration and a little elbow grease, but the results are well worth the effort!
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This month's superfood ingredient of watercress is popular for its versatility in cooking. Chef Qui whipped up a simple Watercress Fried Rice to help you use up the leftover rice from takeout. 
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Parmesan
If I do say so myself, this recipe is damn good. It was so good, in fact, that the second it was ready, we inhaled the entire thing, putting our forks down only onto empty (nearly licked) dishes, and then realized we’d forgotten to take pictures (hence the lovely stock photo you see). But trust me, the delicately pink poached salmon looks beautiful atop white rice dotted with Parmesan and bright red cherry tomatoes. It’s light, but has tons of flavor; it’s buttery, but doesn’t feel fatty; and it’s not that difficult to make. There are two main parts to think about: the rice, which can be all but left alone, and the salmon poaching which takes a bit more hand holding. I took my poaching cues from the one and only Eric Ripert, making them my own with white wine instead of vermouth and leaving out other steps and ingredients. But still, why not learn from the best? Just be prepared that whomever you make this for will request it the next night, and the next night…  Click here to see The New and Improved Farm-Raised Salmon story.
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Hot-Spiced Pork and Rice
If you’re looking for a way to spice up pork, try this delicious casserole from the Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. With soy sauce, molasses, chili paste, and five-spice powder, this dish is loaded with flavor. Click here for more of our best rice casseroles.
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Rice and Turkey Soup
Chef Patrick Long from The Green Room in South Carolina created this recipe to use Thanksgiving leftovers. 
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Pumpkin Rice Pudding and Walnuts
Learn how to make our famous Salt Creek Grille Princeton Pumpkin Rice Pudding and Walnuts, right in your own kitchen! Click Here to See More Pumpkin Recipes
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We have Mexican nights every couple of weeks and I marinated some flank steak and prepared all of the fixings (avocado, salsa, shredded lettuce) and wanted to make some Paleo Spanish Rice. We really enjoyed this and I never told the family it was cauliflower until the bowl was empty! Love paleo recipes!! ***How to rice cauliflower: Cut the head of cauliflower in 1/2 (put 1/2 away). Then cut in half again and cut out the core. You can then either feed florets through the shredder attachment to your food processor, or use a box grater to achieve a rice-like consistency. For this recipe and other entertaining tips from Cindy's Table, click here and sign up for my newsletter.
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Just to clarify, this isn't a curry recipe, it's a recipe for curried rice. Much simpler than putting together a complex — and quite delicious, might I add — curry sauce, this rice recipe comes together in 20 minutes and is a great side for grilled chicken, fish, or steak. Click here to see 12 Fresh and New Rice Recipes
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fried rice
This recipe is courtesy of The Recipe Critic
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This is an extremely satisfying dish, with richly flavored rice and browned calamari that will surprise even those who think they don't like squid. The same recipe can also be made with peeled shrimp instead of calamari.
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Brown Rice Quiche
The brown rice crust is a little healthier than your typical savory, pastry-based quiche crust and gives new life to quiche with an interesting texture. — Will BudiamanClick here to see Healthiest Breakfast Recipes.
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When Kathy told her friend Ginny about this cookbook and the kind of dishes we planned to include, she immediately offered up her fried rice recipe. A single mom and news editor who worked and traveled in Asia for more than 20 years, she knows a thing or two about getting a fast, fuss-free meal on the table. She uses leftover meat or fish (salmon is a favorite) — but you can also start with raw and cook it in the pan before you add the rice. The thyme is an unusual addition that Ginny calls a delicious accidental discovery. What’s more, she felt compelled to clarify two things: It’s oyster sauce, not soy sauce, that belongs in fried rice (otherwise, it’s like a "salt lick"), and don’t just serve it for dinner; it makes a great weekend breakfast. Click here to see 5 Recipes That Are Keepers
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