Friday, November 11, 2016

8 Rice-Based Holiday Dishes


Look no further than your pantry this holiday season for a staple that can be included in breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert recipes, potluck menus – or even in food-based gifts. Quick, easy and ready in minutes, wholesome Minute® Rice, available in white, brown and multi-grain varieties, is the perfect ingredient for these seasonal breakfasts, side dishes and desserts.

  1. Pineapple Cranberry Holiday Salad – This perfect holiday or side dish recipe idea features
    delicious Minute Multi-Grain Medley – a blend of four gluten-free, 100 percent whole grains including brown, Thai red and wild rice and quinoa – plus tangy pineapple, whole cranberries, pecans and fresh celery.





  1. Zucchini Banana Multi-Grain Bread – Save those bananas for this delicious zucchini bread
    with just the right amount of whole grains. Perfect with walnuts or chopped pecans and makes a great gift for friends and neighbors.








  1. Cranberry Pecan Multi-Grain StuffingA perfect holiday or special occasion side dish
    featuring sauteed onions, crisp celery and flavorful dried cranberries all simmered in broth. Don't forget to add the toasted chopped pecans.







  1. Honey Nut DressingAn easy-to-make, dressing or stuffing recipe idea with Minute Whole
    Grain Brown Rice, crunchy walnuts and sweet raisins.








 

  1. Classic Rice PuddingA holiday favorite, everyone will want to taste this classic rice
    pudding dessert recipe after dinner.









  1. Broccoli Rice CasseroleThe quintessential creamy side dish,
    perfect for dinner, an office potluck or a holiday meal.










  1. Sweet Potato Rice Casserole – A delicious take on a traditional holiday side, perfect with
    either Minute White or Whole Grain Brown Rice.










  1. Brown Rice Frittata with Bacon and Edamame – Try whole grain brown rice for breakfast
    with this delicious frittata, crisp bacon, scallions and edamame.





Find more holiday recipes and preparation tips at minuterice.com.




SOURCE: Minute Rice

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