Soaked, uncooked wild rice is firm with an earthy flavor that pairs wonderfully with cranberries and walnuts.
I used to hate making rice, until I realized that the world won't end if I ignore conventional wisdom. It's ok to remove the lid to stir during cooking and to add more water, and it doesn't even matter if there's liquid left at the end. As when cooking pasta, you can just drain whatever's left when the rice is ready.
Earthy wild rice pairs beautifully with sweet chestnuts.
Chewy, dense, and just a little bit crisp with a fresh lemony flavor.
Normally filled with a mixture of ground beef and rice, cabbage rolls are a staple in Eastern Europe and a favorite in many other countries. Try these vegetarian cabbage rolls stuffed with rice and vegetables for an equally tasty main course.
Serve these incredibly flavorful stuffed bell peppers alongside a green salad for an easy, colorful meal.
Maki rolls are a vegetarian relative of sushi. This recipe calls for cucumber, avocado, and carrots, but you can experiment with other ingredients as well.
A light alternative to classic Chinese fried rice.
This is a very simple but lovely dish. Kids will especially like making their own salad by picking their favorite items.
Risotto isn't difficult to make, though it does require a lot of standing at the stove, stirring away. The end result, however, is delicious and a wonderful comfort food.