Top Rated Brown Rice Recipes

Chili doesnt always have to be about big chunks of beef. Using three different kinds of beans for that hearty effect, this recipe is not only vegetarian but also vegan-friendly.  Click here to see The Ultimate 1-Pot Meal Roundup.
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Easy to make and good for you, these soy nut clusters will win you over as soon as you pop one in your mouth. 
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Pine Nut Stuffed Mushrooms
My oh my are these ever yummy. If you’re a big stuffed mushroom fan in general, you’ll go wild for these cute little pine nut stuffed mushrooms. You’re probably going to giggle when I say this, but these cute bite-sized snacks are the 2012 of stuffed mushrooms. Seriously. They’re not difficult to make and literally take 30 minutes from start to finish. That’s right — no slaving in the kitchen over a hot oven. They’re tender and soft. Now normally, I prefer a chewier mushroom but I love the soft feel and texture of these. They’re perfectly savory and would be lovely drizzled with balsamic vinegar. See all mushroom recipes. Click here to see Gluten-Free Recipes That Actually Taste Good.
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To make a vegetarian version, use low-sodium vegetable broth and substitute quartered button mushrooms or cubed firm tofu for the chicken.Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Biscuits just like mama used to make, if your mama was gluten-free. Rich with buttermilk yet fluffy and soft, this recipe will have you wondering why you ever baked with wheat in the first place.     Click here to see the story Land of the Gluten-Free: 10 Iconic American Recipes Without the Wheat
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Martha Pesa from A Family Feast shares her recipe for healhty brown rice mixed with lentils, sweet peppers, zucchini, and feta cheese.Click here to see 12 Fresh and New Rice Recipes
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Shiitake Mushroom Stir-Fry
This stir-fry recipe is simple and delicious. It's perfect for a quiet night at home, and lunch the next day! See all recipes for mushrooms. Click here to see Bountiful Basil Recipes.
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Seared Tuna and Brown Rice Chirashi
Here's a healthier version of a Japanese lunchtime favorite, made with brown rice. Brown rice is nutty and chewy, and the short-grain version retains the stickiness that people have generally come to expect from Japanese white rice. See all tuna recipes. Click here to see Whole Grains Can Be Sexy, Too.
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Nutted Brown Rice
Growing up, my family would always make a nutted wild rice with pecans, raisins, and mint. We would serve it aside a grilled breast of chicken for a picnic dinner, or bring it along to a grilling party — it goes so well with barbecued chicken. So, when it came time to come up with a grill-friendly side dish, I knew just where to go for inspiration. Not everyone likes wild rice, so I swapped the slim, dark grains for short-grain brown rice. Cooking it with a bit of coconut oil gives it an irresistible creaminess. The addition of finely chopped scallions gives the rice a subtle kick, and the juicy grapes add more color and a sweet touch. The orange juice and zest adds another layer of complexity to the dish — I've found those I serve this to are often left wondering exactly what it is. Click here to see 8 Cook-Out Side Dishes. 
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Black Bean, Avocado, Brown Rice, and Chicken Wrap
Superfast and satisfying, this bean and rice wrap is one of our favorites. It’s also great for a make-your-own-burrito night with the kids. Just put all the ingredients in little bowls and let them get creative with toppings like chicken and rice. Click here to see How Carbs Can Help You Lose Weight.
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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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Gluten-Free Cacao Cornbread
Raw cacao... in a cornbread recipe? Sure. Why not? I mean a girl’s gotta love her cornbread, right? And what’s cornbread without a little added natural sweetness from agave and raw cacao. It’s a perfect dessert, a decadent breakfast, toasted with nut butter, or a lovely lunch enjoyed toasted as croutons atop a salad. Or just simply eaten alone. It’s that good. Yes, it’s just that good. The raw cacao takes the cake in this gluten-free treat... no pun intended.
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