Top Rated Rice and Bean Recipes

Cuban Rice and Beans
Rice and beans is a classic food combination, like spaghetti and meatballs, a bagel and cream cheese, or peanut butter and jelly. In this recipe, rice and beans come together with a medley of Cuban flavors for a tasty, satisfying dish. Click here to see Rice Made Sexy — 5 Great Dinner Recipes.
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Rice and black beans are stuffed into sweet bell peppers and topped with cheese.Click here to see 12 Fresh and New Rice Recipes
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4.5
Rojo's Stuffed Tomatoes
Recipe Courtesy of Rojo'sWant to incorporate more vegetables into your diet? These stuffed tomatoes are delightful way to start a meal. Serve them in place of a salad.
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4.5
burrito
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If you’re looking for a quick and easy weeknight meal make ground beef burritos.
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4.5
Tex-Mex Casserole
Here’s a one-pot meal that’s a feast for the eyes. It’s vegetarian, too. Change the beans or cheese to your liking — white or black beans, reduced-fat Cheddar, or Monterey Jack cheeses all work well.
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nachos
It's almost game day, and we have the perfect protein-packed nacho recipe for you, which will help you swap out unhealthy ingredients for a delicious yet nutritious Super Bowl snack.
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This ultimate breakfast burrito completely wins breakfast with the addition of chorizo, Mexican-seasoned pinto beans, and Puerto Rican rice — and it spices things up with some added jalapeños. You’ll be craving it morning, noon, and night!
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Pumpkins
When you’ve worked with food as long as I have, and have come up with as many desserts as I have, you get to a certain point where many of the dishes you construct are compilations of things you’ve done previously. When we opened Mozza, I had done a cream-filled date tart that I really loved, so I urged Dahlia to rearrange some of its components, and to her credit she came up with this sophisticated rendition of pumpkin pie. We serve it with walnut cookies that are a twist on a Greek walnut cookie that I included in a previous book. Pumpkin purée is one of the few canned items that I endorse, the reason being that it is totally pure — there are no weird ingredients in it, just pumpkin. Also, from my experience, roasting a pumpkin and puréeing it myself doesn’t yield more delicious results than canned. You will need an 11-inch flan ring (a straight-sided bottomless tart ring) to make this. Click here to see the Bourbon Gelato recipe. Click here to see Nancy Silverton's Thanksgiving Dinner.
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Flour
People are unnecessarily intimidated by pie crusts. Your first 10 crusts may look like kindergarten art projects, but so long as the edges are presentable — so long as there are edges — no one who eats the pie will know or care.Many recipes are very specific about what type of fat to use. Cooks swear by all-butter pie crusts, Crisco crusts, lard crusts, even vegetable oil crusts. My favorite is this butter-lard crust, which has the most flavor and shatters when you bite into it. But, use whatever fat you want; the crust will be better than anything you can buy.Homemade crust tasted against Safeway’s frozen shell was delicate and rich, as opposed to brittle and bland. Likewise, it outperformed Pillsbury roll-out dough.Make it or buy it? Make it. 
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3.6
Slimming World
Spicy and boldly flavored, jerk chicken is a favorite dish around the world. Serving this blackened dish with a hearty side of rice and beans will keep you full without adding on too many calories.This recipe is courtesy of Slimming World.
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Here's how to make warming, satisfying soup with a few basic ingredients and plenty of options for substitutions. Customize your soup further by stirring in something especially flavorful just before serving, or topping with croutons or shredded cheese.
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