Rice, whether brown, white or wild, is a staple across the world and features in many great recipes including fried rice, risotto, paella and rice pudding.
This is a Cuban-style dish, a one pot meal that is very easy and satisfying. You can also eat it wrapped in tortillas if you like.
Quinoa is becoming very popular as an alternative to rice. It cooks very quickly and has a nuttier flavour.
This crispy no-cook slice is great to make with kids. A few pieces wrapped in cellophane can make a great Christmas pressie for them to give-that's if the adults haven't eaten them all first.
These spring rolls are really healthy and not fried. They make a lovely change for a summer party served with one or both of the dipping sauces. Well worth the effort - these are fantastic.
Although higher in fat than white breast meat, the darker-fleshed chicken pieces – the legs (drumsticks) and thighs – are a more concentrated source of minerals, including zinc and some iron.
If you are looking for a new flavour for your risotto try this version that includes chicken and asparagus; perfect for a midweek meal.
A lovely alternative to plain rice, this rice is jazzed up with garlic, spring onion and mushrooms and is cooked in chicken stock.
Good basmati rice makes all the difference to a homemade curry. This is a simple recipe but the right way to do it.
A great snack for children's lunch boxes. Coco Pops or mini M&Ms can also be added to the recipe for a change. Just exchange 1/4 to 1/2 cup of Rice Bubbles with the alternative.
This is such an easy chicken, pumpkin and spinach risotto to make. You can make this with simplicity all in an electric teflon wok!