One time I asked a good friend how on earth her mother made such amazing mexi-rice. When she told me how simple it was, I couldn't believe it. What's even better, I took her famous recipe and made it one step easier! This pressure cooker mexi-rice is fast, easy and the perfect side to any mexican dish. When my friend told me her family's recipe for mexican rice, she mentioned ingredients I had never noticed while shopping. Knorr chicken boullion? "Always Knorr, and clado de tomate" I . . .
Rumbi Island Grill was one of my favorite places to go in college. They made this amazing teriyaki rice bowl that I loved to get. Half steak, half grilled chicken, lots of fresh veggies, ride and beans. They had a teriyaki sauce that knocked it all out of the park. We don't lived by any of these restaurants anymore, so we often recreate this amazing teriyaki rice bowl at home. How to Make Teriyaki Rice Bowls I start by preparing my rice- it takes the longest to cook.After you have . . .
CLICK HERE for the Valentine's Giveaway! We're giving away a Blendtec, tieks (pictured below) and so much more! Coconut Rice is a wonderful way to change up your rice game. Really, after a while plain ol' rice gets kinda old! (brown or white) You can make this to go with BOTH savory and sweet meals. For instance I love to serve mine along side of my Lettuce Wraps, or the Mongolian Beef on top. It's also fabulous with the Rumbi Rice Bowls and the Hawaiian Haystacks. But top it with just some . . .
Are you guys convinced yet that pressure cookers are pretty amazing? Steph's previous post vegetarian chili and pot roast had me drooling.. if you didn't catch her pressure cooker roast and chili recipes you need to go check them out! Today I'm going to share a simple yet delicious black bean and rice recipe. Since I received my Power Pressure Cooker XL a few months ago I've been playing with different recipes and cooking methods. Many so good and quick! But the function I found myself utilizing . . .
I was so blessed after having baby Oliver. Sweet friends surrounded my not-so-little-family with food, and cleaning, and babysitting. We are now a family of 6! So feeding and help us is not an easy task! But man, it helps sooo much. For me I needed it so SO much more than when I came home with my second baby. Kids needed to be at school, needed to be entertained, needed to be fed. Overwhelming to an emotional mama who can barely walk. One night a meal looking much like this was delivered to us . . .
This meal is always a hit, especially with kids, and is so super easy. You've got to try it...you'll love it! I had a hard time finding the right kind of tomatoes at the store I was at. So I got these. They turned out very similar to the ones Amy uses. It was less spicy- hot wise. My daughter had just had Fritos for lunch, so she opted to use tortilla chips. It was REALLY good like that too. So if you have those chips and not Fritos- don't fret. *do not be mistaken! this . . .
It's all in the sauce with Hawaiian Haystacks! This creamy, flavorful sauce gets a zesty tang with the mixture of toppings. It's a fun dinner, and kids love creating their own! You can make this either in your crock pot or last minute- either way it is a hit. Serve over rice (Coconut Rice is soo yummy). Then add the following to the top: trust me...as weird as it sounds its delicious! * denotes it's a MUST, the rest are just options crunchy chow mein . . .