Brown rice has five times more fiber than white rice and is just as versatile. Try its nutty flavor in appetizers, soups,
sides, and entrées.
Brown rice is the healthier version of rice that has a light nutty flavor and chewy texture. The bran is left on these rice
grains, which gives them a brown color and added nutrients that can help lower your risk for diabetes and heart disease. And
when brown rice shows up in everything from stuffed peppers to stir-fries to soup, it's a healthy, tasty change you can stick
Miso Chicken with Brown Rice
Combine cooked rice with chicken, cooked egg white, and chopped fresh veggies for this version of fried rice. Before the chicken
is stirred in, it's rubbed with a miso-ginger mixture and steamed.
A timbale (TIHM-buhl) is rice or custard that has been baked in a metal mold, turned out, and served in the shape of the mold.
It's a great way to add a little pizzazz to the dinner plate, especially if you're entertaining. If you don't have timbale
molds, you can use custard cups or ramekins.
A version of Greek dolmades, this appetizer features grape leaves filled with a mixture of herbed brown rice, leek, parsley,
currants, and pine nuts. The stuffed leaves are then nestled in tomato sauce and simmered until thoroughly heated.
Savor the intense flavors of these small roasted peppers stuffed with a mixture of saffron brown rice and tomatoes and topped
with Manchego cheese. The appetizer-size portions are perfect for a tapas dinner.